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Lucy Durack Biography

Lucy Durack Biography – Lucy Durack (born November 17, 1982) is an Australian actress and singer best known for her roles as Glinda in Wicked and Elle Woods in Legally Blonde: The Musical in Australia. In 2016, she played Tugger in the Australian television show Doctor Doctor, and in 2017, she played Roxy Karibas in Sisters.

NameLucy Durack
Date of BirthNovember 17, 1982
Age39 years (2021)
HusbandChristopher Horsey
Marital statusMarried
Profession/OccupationActress and Singer
Net worth$4 million

Lucy Durack Background

Lucy Durack Background – Durack was born in Perth and received a Bachelor of Arts (Music Theatre) at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA). Prior to graduation, she was cast in the Brisbane and Sydney seasons of Mamma Mia!, where she understudied and performed the role of Sophie.

Lucy Durack Husband

Lucy Durack Husband – Lucy Durack got married to her husband in on April 5, 2014. Christopher Horsey married Lucy Durack, an Australian film, television, and stage actress, on Rottnest Island, off the coast of Perth, Western Australia. Polly Gladys is their daughter, and Theodore Lindsay is their son.

Lucy Durack Career

Lucy Durack Career – Durack’s screen credits include the roles of Cherry in the feature Goddess, Bunny in the Southern Star/UKTV telemovie Dripping in Chocolate, Cassie Bennett on Channel Seven’s headLand, All Saints, Rush II, Spicks and Specks, Parlami d’Amore, the Australian feature film Finding Nigel, and a finalist in the BBC2 Voice of Musical Theatre Competition in Cardiff. Durack appears frequently on Channel Seven’s Absolutely Melbourne as a guest host.

Durack’s cabaret credits include Immaculate Confection with collaborator Matthew Lee Robinson, which toured to Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Tasmania, and the Adelaide Cabaret Festival, All Star Cabaret for the Sydney Theatre Company, Cavalcade for His Majesty’s Theatre, Perth, and the 2003 Sydney Cabaret Convention, for which she received the Judges’ Award.

Durack is most recognized for portraying Glinda in the Australian production of Wicked as Glinda.

The performance premiered at Melbourne’s Regent Theatre on July 12, 2008, after previews began in June 2008. It concluded on August 9, 2009, and then moved to Sydney’s Capitol Theatre, where it ran from September 5, 2009, to September 26, 2010. After a brief hiatus, Durack returned to the show’s Australian National Tour, which kicked off on January 25, 2011 in Brisbane (running to 2 April). From 14 April to 4 June 2011, it was in Adelaide, and from 19 June to 11 September 2011, it was in Perth. Amanda Harrison, Jemma Rix, Pippa Grandison, Maggie Kirkpatrick, Bert Newton, Rob Guest, Rob Mills, and Anthony Callea have all appeared in the film.

As part of the cast of Wicked, Durack sang the National Anthem at the AFL Grand Final and Oaks Day as part of Melbourne’s Spring Racing Carnival, as well as performing on Channel 9’s Carols By Candlelight and Channel Seven’s Carols in the Domain.

Durack went on from her four-year role as Glinda to Melbourne for rehearsals of the new Australian production of Strange Bedfellows, where she played the mayor’s daughter, Faith, at the end of the Australian tour of Wicked, which ended on September 11, 2011 in Perth. Suzie Mathers took over the role of Glinda from Durack. When Wicked returned to Australia in 2014, Durack reprised her role as Glinda, beginning in May of that year in Melbourne.

Durack’s role as Elle Woods in the Australian production of Legally Blonde was revealed in March 2012, alongside her Wicked co-stars Rob Mills and David Harris as Warner Huntington III and Emmett Forrest, respectively.

The Lyric Theatre in Sydney hosted the Australian production season, which began in September 2012 and ended on October 4, 2012. From March to June 2013, it was staged at Brisbane’s Lyric Theatre. It premiered at the Princess Theatre in Melbourne in May 2013. Lucy’s performance in Legally Blonde earned her the Helpmann Award for Best Female Actor in a Musical.

In September 2013, Durack wrapped filming for the character of Katie Morgan in the film Now Add Honey, in which she played Hamish Blake’s fiancée and Portia De Rossi’s sister.

On September 28, 2012, Durack released his self-titled debut album. Beginning in 2017, Durack will play Glinda the Good Witch in The Wizard of Oz’s Australian tour.

Durack debuted as Princess Fiona in the Australian version of Shrek The Musical in Sydney in January 2020, before travelling to Melbourne. The Melbourne run was cut short because to the COVID-19 epidemic, with the final performance on March 26.

As a result, the initial Brisbane run has been postponed, but it will resume in January 2021.

In the second season of The Masked Singer Australia, Durack was revealed to be the ‘Cactus’ in late 2020. She was the show’s seventh contestant to be eliminated, and she finished sixth overall.

Lucy Durack Net worth

Lucy Durack Net worth – Lucy Durack has a net worth of $5 million. Lucy is an Australian actress and singer best known for her roles as Glinda in Wicked and Elle Woods in Legally Blonde: The Musical in Australia. In 2016, she played Tugger in the Australian television show Doctor Doctor, and in 2017, she played Roxy Karibas in Sisters.

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