Denise Drysdale Bio, Wiki
Denise Anne Christina Drysdale is a television presenter, variety entertainer, actress, singer, dancer, and comedian from Australia. She is frequently referred to as Ding Dong, a nickname coined by fellow singer Ernie Sigley. She is currently a co-host of the Studio 10 morning show.
Denise Drysdale Age
Drysdale is 74 years old as of 2022. She was born on born 5 December 1948 in Moorabbin, Victoria, Australia.
Denise Drysdale Height
Drysdale stands at a height of 5 Feet 9 Inches (1.70 m).
Denise Drysdale Family
Drysdale was born in the Melbourne suburb of Moorabbin, Drysdale. When she was three-and-a-half, her family moved to Port Melbourne , where her parents ran the Fountain Inn Hotel. They lived there for eleven years. Information regarding the identities of her family members is not yet disclosed. We will be sure to update you once this information is available to us.
Denise Drysdale Husband
Drysdale was married to Christopher Milne an Australian actor and award-winning writer from 1979 to1990. They have two sons and at least one grandson.
Denise Drysdale Education
Drysdale attended Kilbride Ladies Convent, South Melbourne.
Denise Drysdale Career
Drysdale featured as a dancer on In Melbourne Tonight in the 1960s. She appeared on The Go!! Show in 1966 and was chosen the third most popular female vocalist by Go-Set readers. As a result of their fame, they were invited to perform for the troops in Vietnam for three weeks in 1967, alongside Patti Newton, the Strangers, and Doug Owen. She traveled to the Far East in 1969 to entertain American troops.
On The Ernie Sigley Show in 1974, she became Ernie Sigley’s barrel girl. It was here that she earned the moniker Ding Dong. Drysdale and Sigley issued a duet single, “Hey Paula,” in 1975, which peaked at #2 on the Australian charts. Later that year, she received the TV Week Gold Logie for Most Popular Female Personality on Australian TV, and the following year, she won her second Gold Logie. During the same time period, she also won two Silver Logies in a row.
Drysdale has been on a number of TV programmes, including The Norman Gunston Show. She has also worked in Victoria’s regional television. In addition, she has acted in the films The Last of the Knucklemen, Snapshot, and Blowing Hot and Cold as an actress. Also, she Spent two years in Sydney appearing on Beauty and the Beast and “Weekend Sydney” between 1981 and 1983. Joined Ernie Sigley to host In Melbourne Today in 1989 and later hosted Hey Hey It’s Saturday.
In 1998, she joined the Seven Network for the first time to host her own show, Denise. This show aired for four seasons. In 2005, Channel 9 named Drysdale one of the 50 most influential persons in television history.
Also, she appeared in the second Hey Hey It’s Saturday reunion show on October 7, 2010.
Drysdale co-hosted Network Ten’s new morning show The Circle with Yumi Stynes, Chrissie Swan, and Gorgi Coghlan in 2010. She was on the show for two seasons before departing at the end of the 2011 season. In 2013, she returned as a special guest on the last episode.
Drysdale frequently performed on the club circuit in Australia, often with her television partner, Ernie Sigley. Later, she was appointed as the permanent co-host of Studio 10 in 2016 after previously serving as a regular fill-in presenter, sharing the position with Ita Buttrose.
Drysdale joins the cast of Neighbours in June 2018 as Nance Sluggett. On October 3, 2018, she made her debut.
Denise Drysdale Salary
Her annual salary is estimated to range between $ 100,000 – $ 500,000.
Denise Drysdale Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth of between $1 Million – $5 Million which she has earned through her career.