Mala Ghedia is an Australian-born actress of Indian background, currently based in Berlin, Germany.

Her acting career began at 16 years old, appearing in the popular Australian soap Home and Away in the role of new love interest, Monique. After earning her BA in Communications at Nepean University, Mala relocated to London where she trained at the Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Arts. 

Mala's extensive work in the UK theatre scene includes productions with the Royal Shakespeare Company and in Salman Rushdie's self- directed stage premier of Midnight's Children. She also played naughty nurse Rabindra Shah on BBC's Holby City. Her feature film credits include the Australian drama Jindabyne with Laura Linney and the German apocalyptic action Snowblind with Wim Wenders.

Alongside her stage and screen work, Mala is a sought-after voice artist, having worked on many projects including audiobooks, animation, film dubbing and commercials. She has hosted corporate and industry events and is a teacher of drama and English to young children through her own school Mala’s Playhaus.

Mala has recently co-written, produced and acted in the award-winning short film NO MONSTERS IN BERLIN.