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Dean Nash

Dean Nash is a Sydney based songwriter, actor, educator, disability advocate and emerging screenwriter with cerebral palsy.

 Dean studied a bachelor of music at WSU & UNE, as well as Musical Theatre at NIDA Open and is a sought after Vocal Coach & Choir Director.


Dean is a passionate advocate of authentic representation of people with disabilities and has co-created two award winning short documentaries on the topic. “Believe/Achieve (2013) and “Costume Change for Social Change. (2018)  He was also a cast member in the “Flicks4change” winning short film “Jeremy the Dud” (2018)

As a songwriter Dean has written and released singles and EP’s in a number of bands and musical projects, co written songs with numerous artists, and has just completed his most recent solo 4 track EP, to be released in the not to distant future!


Dean has been on the front lines of authentic disability representation on the stage and screen for the last decade, working in film, theatre and cabaret, with diverse artists of all kinds to create meaningful positive change, one role at a time. 

Off the stage and screen Dean has worked closely alongside community outreach organisations such as “Social inc” and disability organisation “Cerebral Palsy Alliance” as a presenter and youth mentor to young adults with disabilities and as an inclusion facilitator between mainstream and support unit programs high-schools.

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