Holly Brisley Net Worth

Holly Brisley was born on January 11, 1978 in  Adelaide, South Australia, Australia, Australia, is Actress, Producer. Holly Brisley is an Australian and entertainer with a career that includes; acting, presenting and voice over roles. A career highlight was the coveted role as Amanda Vale on the hit series Home and Away. Holly became one of Australia's best known actors on our TV screens five nights a week. Having started her career at Warners Bros Movie world in films; The Flood, who will save our children & Official Denial with Parker Stevenson, Holly was quickly snapped up by channel 7, who awarded her the much sought after role of roving reporter on Agro's Cartoon Connection, the nations number one kids program where she stayed for 3 years. From 1999 to 2001, Holly presented on various shows for the music country network on cable television and secured roles in Scooby Doo: The Movie; and Garage Days which was directed by Alex Proyas (I:Robot) Holly's other work includes; Escape with ET, Cheez TV, White Collar Blue, Beastmaster and Pizza (Series 3) and the iconic channel 7 hit All Saints. In early 2002 Holly was offered the role to host the Nine Network's Looney Tunes cartoon show. In 2003 Holly landed the lead role in the Australian feature-film, The Crop, for which she won 'Best Actress' at the New York Independent Film Festival in May 2005. She also played Heather Locklear's role of Sammy Jo in the Hallmark Channel's Behind the Scenes of Dynasty that same year. In 2004, Holly was once again given her own TV show called, Worlds Craziest Videos. Holly swept the floor on the second series of the acclaimed Seven Network series Dancing with the Stars in 2005. Holly made it through to the final three, impressing the judges with her talent and dancing ability. After DWTS finished Holly then went on to land the role of Amanda Vale, the resident vixen on the international smash hit TV series, Home and Away, This role allowed Holly to explore her darker and more confrontational side, she really enjoyed the journey that Amanda took her on in the two years she played the role. Holly forged great friendships with the cast and crew on the show and was happy when she reunited with them for a small return visit in 2009. Since then Holly has had roles in various other film projects and presenting roles and is extremely passionate and focused on the craft of acting.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Actress, Producer
Birth Day January 11, 1978
Birth Place  Adelaide, South Australia, Australia, Australia
Birth Sign Aquarius
Spouse(s) Paul Ford (2006–present)
Children 2

💰 Net worth: Under Review

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Awards and nominations:

On 1 June 2005, She received a Film Award for 'Best Actress – Feature Film' at the New York Film & Video Festival for her portrayal of "Geraldine" in the Australian film The Crop. The movie also won 'Best International Feature'.



By the age of 13 she was on the books of the Studio Search Agency on the Gold Coast, with her first roles being the Australian telemovies The Flood: Who Will Save Our Children? in 1993 and Official Denial in 1994.


It was not until Holly began her regular television career in 1995 on the Logie Award winning children’s program Agro's Cartoon Connection that she began to receive recognition. She would later host The Looney Tunes Show in a more adult style, along with World's Craziest Videos and various shows for Foxtel. Holly was ranked 5th (2000) and 29th (2001) in FHM's Australia's 100 Sexiest Women.


On 1 June 2005, She received a Film Award for 'Best Actress – Feature Film' at the New York Film & Video Festival for her portrayal of "Geraldine" in the Australian film The Crop. The movie also won 'Best International Feature'.


Holly became engaged to marketing executive Paul Ford in Venice in 2005 and they married on 11 February 2006 in Manly, Sydney. They exchanged vows in the Cardinal Cerretti Memorial Chapel, in the grounds of St Patrick's and overlooking the ocean.


In 2008, Holly voiced the title character in the ABC children's series CJ the DJ which has screened in Australia from late 2009 to early 2010. Holly played the female lead Tara in the feature film Sinbad and the Minotaur (2011).


Holly gave birth to their son, Levi Harper Ford, at the Royal North Shore Private Hospital on 16 July 2009. On 20 July 2012 Holly gave birth to the couple second child, a daughter Willow Jade Ford.


In July 2010, Holly climbed Mount Kilimanjaro in Africa for a charity trek, whereby she raised $50,000 for the Humpty Dumpty Foundation, a worthy cause that helps sick children. She had a near death experience having contracted pulmonary edema caused by the high altitude but is in good health now.