Review: Actor Mitchell Bourke is spotlighted on Power 98.5 Satellite Radio

Mitchell Bourke
Mitchell Bourke. Photo Credit Elliott Deem

Actor Mitchell Bourke is spotlighted on Power 98.5 Satellite Radio, where he was interviewed by Steven Cuoco. #Powerjournalist has the scoop.

He is the star of thew new critically-acclaimed Great American Family film “A Prince in Paradise,” where he stars as Prince Alexander opposite Rhiannon Fish.

“Live On Air With Steven Cuoco” is a weekday syndicated satellite radio program produced and hosted by Steven Cuoco, who is a veteran expert in public relations, reality TV, media, broadcasting, and podcasting. The radio program is heard in 200 countries. 

Bourke was born and raised on the outskirts of Brisbane, QLD, Australia to an ex-professional rugby league player and a gymnast/model, a career in acting was a different choice for a young Mitchell Bourke.

After many hours of extra curricular training throughout school and multiple leads in school musicals, the arts were a definite calling for Mitchell. Though his high level achievements in sport played a part in his growth, his interest in art, human behavior and psychology led him to continue his arts journey by studying a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Acting at the Queensland University of Technology an audition based program that takes part for three years.

Mitchell is looking forward to his new feature film ‘A Royal in Paradise’ to come out, where he plays Prince Alexander alongside Rhiannon Fish. Most recently Mitchell has was the lead in Queensland’s Theatre production of ‘First Casualty in 2022. Previous to that he was involved in QPAC’s Fourteen. He has also worked on the SBS (The Family Law) and ABC (The Diary of an Uber Driver) as well as spending time with the Australian Shakespeare Company and has lead multiple internationally recognized short films.

He has Australian and US based representation. Mitchell’s acting journey has also led him to work behind the scenes on three international projects as a grip. Such projects include ‘Young Rock’, ‘Blacksite’ and most recently ‘The Wilds S2’ where he spent five months as a dolly grip.

Bourke’s entire informed conversation with Steven Cuoco may be heard below.

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