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Asabi Goodman

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Asabi Goodman
BornAkron, Ohio
GenresMusical theatre
Occupation(s)Singer, actor, engineer (retired)

Asabi Goodman is an American born Australian performer who recently toured Australia in the national production of HAIRSPRAY! The Broadway Musical playing Motormouth Maybelle.[1][2] She is a former chemical engineer who specialised in the design of water and wastewater treatment facilities and water management projects for various companies and municipalities.[3] In 2019, Asabi "retired" from engineering to pursue her love for singing and acting and has since performed in various places including, Europe, America, Asia, and Australia.[4] Her most notable roles include Marianne Angelle in Lauren Gunderson's The Revolutionists and The Princess Who Kissed The Frog in the Australian premiere production of Dennis T. Giacino's Disenchanted!.

Asabi has been recognised for her work as a performer with nominations from the Queensland Matilda Awards (for The Revolutionists) and the Melbourne Green Room Awards (for HAIRSPRAY).

Outside of performing, Asabi represents Queensland as a member of the Media, Entertainment And Arts Alliance's National Performance Committee and is the branch president of the Queensland sector.

Asabi is a graduate of the Viterbi School of Engineering at the University of Southern California.


  1. Gabi Bergman (4 April 2022). "Cast announced for the Tony Award winning Broadway production of Hairspray set to open in Melbourne in August 2022". Retrieved 24 April 2023.
  2. Kerrie O'Brien (21 July 2022). "We need Hairspray and its powerful women now more than ever". The Age. Retrieved 24 April 2023.
  3. Yasmin Ali (19 April 2021). "Careers in Chemical Engineering: Asabi Goodman". The Chemical Engineer. Retrieved 24 April 2023.
  4. Lizzie Franks (7 February 2023). "ASABI'S ODYSSEY FROM LABORATORY TO FOOTLIGHTS". The Equity Magazine. Retrieved 24 April 2023.

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