At the age of fifteen she became the youngest winner of the first ever BBC talent show Rising Stars.  This led to her own six week series for the BBC called Contrasts and numerous guest appearances on national television.  She has performed to many members of the Royal Family and co-hosted three televised Royal Variety Performances in the presence of Her Majesty The Queen, The Duke of Edinburgh, Prince Charles, Princess Diana and Princess Margaret.

She has a regular slot on BBC Radio 2's Friday Night is Music Night and has starred in the West End playing the leading roles of Ellen in Miss Saigon at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, Grizabella in Cats - both on tour and at the New London Theatre, and Eva Peron in Evita.

She has played Mary Magdalene in Jesus Christ Superstar, Fantine in Les Misérables, and performed in two symphonic concerts of the music of Queen and Abba in major arena concert performances of the shows worldwide.  She made her comedy acting debut in the award winning Broadway play, Nunsense.

She appeared in the original Abba/Tim Rice musical Chess at the Prince Edward Theatre, and on the 10th anniversary tour was invited back by Sir Tim Rice to play the leading role.

She has appeared on BBC and PBS television (USA) in Showstoppers and was a guest performer with the Hyannis Symphony Orchestra in Cape Cod.

Last year she was invited to make her debut at the Sydney Opera House as a guest solo artiste in the concert West End and Broadway.  She has just returned from an Australasian tour performing the music of Rogers and Hammerstein with the Malaysian Symphony, Tasmanian Symphony, Perth Symphonia and Melbourne Symphony Orchestras.  This year she was asked to perform in a series of concerts in the UK to celebrate Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber's 65th birthday with the Birmingham and Liverpool Symphonic Orchestras.






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