Holly Brisley Net worth – Australian Actress and TV Presenter Holly Brisley has a net worth of $2 million. She has featured in a number of movies and Television shows.
Holly Brisley Biography
Holly Brisley is an Australian actress and television presenter who was born on January 11, 1978. She debuted on Agro’s Cartoon Connection (1994–97) at the age of 16 and most recently played Amanda Vale-Baker on Home and Away (2005–09). Garage Days (2001) and The Crop (2001) are two of her most successful cinematic roles (2002).
Brisley was born in the Australian city of Adelaide, in the state of South Australia. Holly excelled in speech and acting as she grew older, and she entered the Paradise Performer’s Dance Academy, where she took classes in jazz, ballet, and tap dance, as well as competing in eisteddfods and earning numerous awards.
Holly’s regular television career began in 1994 with the Logie Award-winning children’s program Agro’s Cartoon Connection, and it wasn’t until then that she began to attract notice. She would eventually host a more adult version of The Looney Tunes Show, as well as World’s Craziest Videos and other Foxtel programming. In FHM’s Australia’s 100 Sexiest Women, Holly was ranked 5th (2000) and 29th (2001).
Brisley continued to perform during this time, with prominent appearances in films such as Garage Days, The Crop, and Dynasty: The Making of a Guilty Pleasure.
Holly made her Dancing with the Stars debut in 2005, and then got the permanent role of town vixen Amanda Vale on the serial opera Home and Away, where she stayed for two years. Holly made a brief return to Home and Away in February 2008, renewing her role in July 2009 and departing in mid-August 2009. Holly has shown an interest in returning to Home and Away.
Holly has worked for most networks (at one point or another) over the years, including Channel 10 and Foxtel, but she has primarily worked for Channels 7 and 9.
Holly voiced the title character in the ABC children’s sitcom CJ the DJ, which aired from late 2009 to early 2010 in Australia. In the feature film Sinbad and the Minotaur, Holly played Tara, the female lead (2011).
In November 2019, she featured on 7mate as Pauly’s longtime high school love who works in the local pharmacy in the reincarnation of Fat Pizza.
Brisley’s family relocated from Adelaide to the Gold Coast when she was a child. Holly married marketing consultant Paul Ford on February 11, 2006 in Manly, Sydney, after they got engaged in Venice in 2005. They exchanged vows in the Cardinal Cerretti Memorial Chapel, which overlooks the ocean on the grounds of St Patrick’s Seminary.
On July 16, 2009, Holly gave birth to their son, Levi Harper Ford, at the Royal North Shore Private Hospital. Holly gave birth to the couple’s second child, Willow Jade Ford, on July 20, 2012.
Her performance of “Geraldine” in the Australian film The Crop earned her a Film Award for “Best Actress – Feature Film” at the New York Film & Video Festival on June 1, 2005. ‘Best International Feature’ was also awarded to the film.