Amiel Daemion or just Amiel (born c. 1981) is an Australian singer who began her international singing career at age 9 with a haunting ecology song: "What About the Children?" - a plea to save the rainforests of Brazil for the children of the world. Her first film (at age 12), 1993's The Silver Brumby starred Russell Crowe and Caroline Goodall. ...more on Wikipedia about "Amiel Daemion"
Anita Lane is an Australian singer and songwriter who directly influenced the early 1980s European post-punk landscape. ...more on Wikipedia about "Anita Lane"
Rebecca June Cartwright Hewitt (born July 23, 1983 in Sydney, Australia), more commonly known as Bec Cartwright, is an Australian actress. A performer from the age of 3, Cartwright came to the nation's attention when she joined the cast of the Seven Network's nighty soap opera Home and Away in 1999, playing Hayley Smith. She remained on the show until August 2005. Although she left the show, her character did not; Ella Scott Lynch took over the role of Hayley. ...more on Wikipedia about "Bec Cartwright"
Brody Dalle (born January 1, 1979; Fitzroy, Melbourne, Australia), is the lead vocalist and guitarist for punk rock band The Distillers. Brody's birthname is Bree Leslie Pucilowski. ...more on Wikipedia about "Brody Dalle"
Casey Donovan (born May 13, 1988) was the winner of the second season of the reality/talent-search television series Australian Idol. ...more on Wikipedia about "Casey Donovan (singer)"
Chanel Cole (born Chanel Cole Whalley on 13 November 1977 in Hamilton, New Zealand) is a musician from Bega, New South Wales. Her fame grew largely from her appearance as a finalist in the second series of Australian Idol (2004). She was eliminated from the competition on 25 October having reached fifth place, despite her stubborn refusal to be moulded or play for votes. Her quirky song choices and unique, jazz-influenced vocal style was a far cry from the traditionally inauthentic and melismic Idol contestant. This distinction, along with her individuality, quick comebacks and off-beat sense of humour, won her a loyal, cult following of fans, who for the most part did not fit into the program's target audience of female teenagers. Cole's eccentric hair accessories, which often included feathers, flowers and other ornaments (most notably a plastic bird in her performance of "Hit 'Em Up Style"), also added to her notoriety. She warned the Australian public of this when she auditioned for the show and said it could range from pumpkins to plastic babies! ...more on Wikipedia about "Chanel Cole"
Cosima De Vito (born November 1, 1976), also known simply as Cosima, is an Australian singer-songwriter known for her powerful diva voice. Her strong voice often draws comparisons to Whitney Houston and Celine Dion. ...more on Wikipedia about "Cosima De Vito" www.shortopedia.com moments.
Danielle Spencer (b. May 16 1970) is an Australian singer, songwriter and actress. ...more on Wikipedia about "Danielle Spencer (Australian actress)"
Debra Byrne, born in Melbourne, Australia on 30 March, 1957, is an Australian entertainer. ...more on Wikipedia about "Debra Byrne"
Denise Drysdale ( Melbourne, December 5 , 1948) is an Australian television personality and comedian. Born Denice [sic] Anne Christina Drysdale, she began her career as a dancing three-year-old. Drysdale began working with television at 10 years of age with GTV9 in Melbourne. ...more on Wikipedia about "Denise Drysdale"
Emily Williams (born October 8, 1984) was the runner up on the 2005 season of Australian Idol; Williams comes from Inala, Brisbane. She sang " Bohemian Rhapsody" by Queen for the top 10 live performance show, the judges agreeing this was the best performance of the night. She has so far scored three of Mark Holden's "touchdown". One for her performance of " River Deep, Mountain High" by Ike & Tina Turner for the Motown themed show and for her performance of " All The Way" by Frank Sinatra & Celine Dion on Big Band Night and her most recent " I'm Every Woman" by " Chaka Khan" for the '70s themed show. ...more on Wikipedia about "Emily Williams"
Emma Donovan is an Indigenous Australian singer and songwriter. ...more on Wikipedia about "Emma Donavan"
Gladys Moncrieff ( 1892– 1976) was an Australian singer born in Bundaberg, Queensland. She became known as 'Australia's Queen of Song' and 'Our Glad'. ...more on Wikipedia about "Gladys Moncrieff"
Hayley Jensen (née Thomas) (born January 7, 1983) was thrust into celebrity status after appearing on the second season ( 2004) of television ratings hit show Australian Idol, on Network Ten. She was the fourth finalist, leaving the show on November 1. ...more on Wikipedia about "Hayley Jensen"
Helen Buday is an australian theatre, TV, movie actress and singer. She appeared as "Savannah Nix" in the film Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome. She was awarded Best Actress at the 48th Valladolid International Film Festival in 2003. ...more on Wikipedia about "Helen Buday"
Jane Clifton is an Australian actress, best known for playing tough crim Margo Gaffney in Prisoner. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jane Clifton"
Jeannie Lewis (born in 1945 in Australia, attended Sydney Girls High School and studied at University of Sydney) is a musician and stage performer whose work covers many different styles such as folk, jazz, Latin, blues, opera, rock and pushes all musical boundaries. Jeannie’s music often includes a strong social consciousness and she is capable of making very strong political statements in her work. ...more on Wikipedia about "Jeannie Lewis"
Joanne Ruth Charlotte Accom (born 13th November 1978), better known as B.Z. featuring Joanne, Joanne BZ, Joanne, a female Dance Music Dance/Pop Music Pop singer from Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. Joanne was originally born in London, England. ...more on Wikipedia about "Joanne Accom"
Judith Durham (born Judith Mavis Cock on July 3, 1943) was a jazz singer who became the lead singer for the Australian popular folk music group The Seekers in 1963. She left the group in mid 1968 to pursue her solo career. She has performed with the Seekers a number of times in recent years, including their Silver jubilee concert tour and fund-raising events for charity. ...more on Wikipedia about "Judith Durham"
Judith Henley is an Australian opera singer. She sang in the State Opera of South Australia performance of " H.M.S. Pinafore" (as Josephine). Also appearing in the same opera production were Thomas Edmonds and Dennis Olsen. ...more on Wikipedia about "Judith Henley"
Julie Anthony is an Australian soprano who is perhaps best known as the singer of the Australian National Anthem " Advance Australia Fair". She sang the Australian National Anthem at the Opening Ceremony of the 2000 Sydney Olympics. ...more on Wikipedia about "Julie Anthony (Australian singer)" There's a bit of http://www.shortopedia.com in all of us.
Kate Ceberano (born November 17, 1966) is an award winning Australian pop vocalist and entertainer. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kate Ceberano"
Kellie Hoggart is a Australian singer, actress and children's performer. She was born in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia on May 1, 1974. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kellie Hoggart"
Kelly Cavuoto (born May 21, 1981) is an Australian singer and television presenter, finishing seventh in the first series of Australian Idol. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kelly Cavuoto"
Kylie Ann Minogue (born May 28, 1968) is an Australian singer/ songwriter and an occasional actress. She rose to prominence in the late 1980s as a result of her role in the Australian television soap opera Neighbours, before commencing her career as a pop singer and recording artist. ...more on Wikipedia about "Kylie Minogue"
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