Actress. Producer. Creative. Humantarian in Training.
Bel Deliá is known for her feature film debut in the lead role of ‘Natasha Warner’, in found footage Australian Horror The Tunnel. The Film garnered a large international cult following in 2011.
At Tropfest 2010 was awarded Best Actress for her comedic role in The Last Roll of the Dice by judges Toni Collette, Elijah Wood and the Spierig Brothers. Since then, she has starred in: Romance thriller Love of my Life with Peter O'Brien & Diarmid Heidenreich, Online US series Horror Haiku, Sci-Fi film Distance along side Geoffrey Arend and Aubrey Anderson Emmons, HULU's unique The House VR series, EPIX series Get Shorty and upcoming Lyrical Sci Fi feature The Tangle in the role of CLEO, being her latest to watch for.
In her role of multifaceted 1950’s housewife Lily in the award winning Scratch, of which she also produced, Bel received Best Actress nominations and praises in its reviews through its festival run of Official Selections including: screening internationally in 2016 at Screamfest Los Angeles, A Night of Horror Australia and Lund International Fantastik Film Festival Sweden and the inaugural 2017 Women in Horror Film Festival.
As a producer Bel began in broadcast television at Nine Network Australia, producing hundreds of commercials and having worked on many large-scale productions and shows, such as Commonwealth Games, The Block, NBCU E! International People's Choice Awards, Golden Globes and the Oscars, Academy Awards 2020, documentary film The Battle of Long Tan and trailers for Sony's former Columbia Tristar. Working also in Narrative films, producing Love Always xx and Scratch plus a humanitarian docu-series, From Bottom to Top exploring the passions of Skid Row artists effected by homelessness and how art connects us all.