Ariadne Baltazar

Ariadne Baltazar

Asian, Filipino
Age Range
23 - 33
149cm / 4ft 11in
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Ariadne is a New Zealand actor of Asian, Filipino descent. In 2016, she graduated from Toi Whakaari, the country's leading drama school, with a Bachelor of Arts Degree, majoring in Acting. Ariadne possesses a deep-rooted passion for storytelling and prides herself on creating genuine and captivating characters, honed through her experience on both stage and screen.

In 2019, Ariadne played the role of Tam in the feature film Births, Deaths & Marriages Directed by Bea Joblin, the film made its debut at the New Zealand International Film Festival (NZIFF) and received positive reviews from both critics and audience.

Ariadne's most recent work finds her in the anthology feature film series, KĀINGA by the producers of Waru and Vai, and places a spotlight on Asian female directors and writers. The production sees her take on the role of Camille in the short film Candy, written by Mia Maramara and directed by Michelle Ang. 


Year Production Role Company / Director Type
2023 Kāinga Camille Brown Sugar Grunt Productions, dir: Michelle Ang Feature Film
2019 Births, Deaths & Marriages Tam dir: Bea Joblin (Debuted NZ International Festival Feature Film


Year Production Role Company / Director
2022 Pinay - (Playreading) Alex Proudly Asian Theatre, dir: Marianne Infante
2022 The First Prime Time Asian Sitcom Ariadne/Moderator/Gia Silo Theatre, dir: Ahi Karunaharan
2022 Paraluman - (Playreading) Clara Proudly Asian Theatre, dir: Jane Yonge
2021 Duffy in Bubble Trouble Touring Cast Westpac Duffy Theatre, dir: Jeff Szusterman
2020 A Midsummer Night's Dream Puck Wellington Summer Shakespeare, dir: Shane Bosher
2019 Mr McGee & The Biting Flea Touring Cast Capital E & Patch Theatre, dir: Tim Overton
2019 Twelth Night Feste Yellowstocking Theatre, dir: Anastasia-Matini Roberts
2018 Dress Up Jam - (Live Event) Barbarian Productions, Just So Festival
2018 A Country of Two Halves Touring Cast Auckland Theatre Company, dir: Patrick Davies
2018 WETA Halloween Haunted House - (Live Event) Barbarian Productions, WETA
2018 Kid's Election - (Live Event) Barbarian Productions, Te Papa
2017 Yellow Face by David Henry Hwang & Leah-Ann Cho Red Scare Theatre, dir: Cassandra Tse
2017 He Tohu Opening - (Live Event) National Library, Wellington
2016 The Woman Who Forgot Hotel Cleaner Storybox Productions, dir: Jess Feast

Short Film

Year Production Role Company / Director Type
2018 Minimum Anonymous: The Migrant Worker dir: Kathleen Winter - Loading Docs Series Short Film
2016 Marching Self dir: Hayley Sproull & James Ashcroft Short Film


Year Production Role Company / Director
2017 Revel: Learnig Re-Imagined Student Pearson Australia & Wrestler Studio


Year Description Institution / Presenter
2023 Directors' Lab Workshop Massive Theatre Company
2023 Equity NZ Casting Hothouse Christy Faison & Jami Rudofsky
2023 Essentials Workshop Massive Theatre Company
2023 Equity NZ Improv Club Various
2021 PASC Masterclass Miranda Harcourt
2018 Equity NZ Masterclass Garth Davis
2017 Equity NZ Casting Hothouse Various
2017 Equity NZ The Rehearsal Room Tandi Wright
2014-2016 Bachelor of Performing Arts Degree NZ Drama School: Toi Whakaari
2016 Introduction to Chekov Elena Stejko
2014 Screen Methogology Miranda Harcourt
2014 Screen Practice Brita McVeigh


Advanced: Filipino

Intermediate: Korean


Advanced: Filipino

Intermediate: American - General | British


Intermediate: Badminton

Singing Range

Mezzo | Soprano

Singing Styles

Intermediate: General | Popular

Musical Instruments

Intermediate: Piano | Ukulele


Intermediate: Choreography | General Movement | Hip Hop