Born and raised in Melbourne, Brydi started training in jazz, classical ballet, tap and musical theatre at Centre Stage Performing Arts School. After graduating from school, Brydi travelled around the world and finally landed in the United States where she studied full time at New York City’s Broadway Dance Centre (BDC). This gave her daily exposure to dance teachers and choreographers such as Sonya Tayeh (So You Think You Can Dance), Joshua Bergasse (SMASH), David Scotchford (Dirty Dancing, The Musical), Jim Cooney (The Glee Project) and many more.
On her return home, Brydi started full time training at 16th Street Actors Studio. This life changing experience took her from the world of dance and musical theatre and introduced her to the wonderful world of acting. Working with incredible Australian and international teachers like Larry Moss, Carl Ford, Elizabeth Kemp and Kerry Armstrong. Upon graduating from 16th Street, Brydi got accepted into the Maggie Flanagin Studio summer intensive in New York City from which she has recently returned to Australia. She has subsequently starred in many short films and is writing and developing a number of her own projects.