Australian Deanne Berry, has been dancing as a professional from the age of 17. She has innate ability and a style that attracts plaudits from all over. She is a popular and highly sought after dancer and choreographer. Deanne is also a media favourite, currently writing a column in the Daily Mirror and regularly presenting on tv in Britain and abroad.
In stage, Deanne has supported a roster of stars including; Cliff Richard, Kylie & Danni Minogue, Kanye West, Girls Aloud, Blue and Basement Jaxx. In addition to being in demand for tours and live shows, she is frequently called upon for modeling assignments and has performed in musical theatre; ‘We Will Rock You’.
In 2004 she choreographed and starred in the highly memorable video for the single ‘Call on Me’ by Eric Prydz, based on Steve Winwood’s ‘Valerie’. This was hailed a contemporary classic with the scenario being Deanne instructing a 1980’s style aerobics class. She followed this up with taking the lead in the video for a remix of Irene Cara’s ‘What a Feeling’, another hit.
The Ministry of Sound locked into Deanne’s appeal and dance ability, and she fronted a series of fast selling dance work out videos for them, in addition to bringing out her own high energy work out video.
In the summer of 2009, Deanne presented a regular GMTV slot (alongside Mr. Motivator) providing the nation with invaluable tips on preparing the body and mind for the sunshine months.
Not only is she in great demand by tv shows and the print media, but also to brands (she is currently a K-Swiss brand ambassador) and the corporate market, who benefit from being associated with her talent, drive and popularity as well as learning from her varied experiences. A singer/song writer, Deanne is currently working on her debut album. A dedicated performer with star quality and an irrepressible talent, Deanne has a huge fan base, is delightful to work with and has a great future ahead of her.