Dannii has a natural affinity with performing. Crossing television, stage, theatre and film since the age of seven, she is also one of Australia’s biggest female exports. She has featured in shows such as ‘X Factor’ and ‘Australia’s Got Talent’, and has released 20 hit singles and five solo studio albums. 11 of Dannii’s tracks have made it to number 1 in the UK club charts, earning Dannii the name “Queen of The Clubs”, which no other female artist has ever achieved.
In 1978 Dannii began her career in the Australian television drama series ‘Skyways’ and ‘The Sullivan’s’ but is probably best known for her six year role in the Network Ten prime-time variety show ‘Young Talent Time’. She continued on to star in Australian network dramas including the internationally successful soap opera ‘Home and Away’. This was followed by the feature film ‘Secrets’ and an appearance in the short film 'The Porter' with Bryan Ferry.
Dannii continues to add to her wonderful career credits in music and acting including lead roles such as Rizzo in ‘Australia’s Grease – The Arena Spectacular’, Lady Macbeth in ‘Macbeth’ for the Edinburgh Festival and Esmerelda in The Dominion Theatre’s ‘Notre Dame De Paris’.
Dannii further expanded her television career and has featured in such films as ‘Except East Richmond’. Her talent has earned her several awards, including ‘TV Personality of the Year’ in the UK. With two hugely successful series of Australia’s Got Talent under her belt, a winning title to defend in the UK with The X Factor and a growing interest from America, you could be forgiven for thinking Dannii Minogue wants to be Wonder Woman. She certainly “has the body, the hair, the teeth and…” the gold cuffs!
Dannii Minogue travels from Victoria
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