Who Is Denise Van Outen?
Denise Van Outen is an actress, singer, dancer and presenter from England. She presented The Big Breakfast. She played Roxie Hart in the Chicago musical, both in the West End and Broadway. Denise finished runner-up in the tenth series of the BBC One dancing show Strictly Come Dancing. She served as a judge on Any Dream Will Do in 2007 and Born to Shine in 2011. She was also the judge of Ireland’s Got Talent, which ran for two seasons.
Is Denise Van Outen Pregnant?
Denise Van Outen is not pregnant at present. It’s only a mere rumour that Denise Van Outen is pregnant. Though the pregnancy rumour went high, she has not reacted to that rumour. This means that she is not pregnant. She must have told her fans if she was pregnant. So, we can conclude that she is not pregnant. She is already a mother to her daughter Betsy, who was born in 2010. Her former husband, Lee Mead is the father to her daughter.
Denise Van Outen Age
Denise Outen was born on 27th May 1974 in Basildon, Essex, England. As per Smoothradio.com, she is 48 years old. She has a sister named Jackie and a brother named Terry. She says that her ancestors “are all Dutch”, which is why she joined “Van” into her name. When she was seven years old, she started modelling for knitting patterns. She showed an early style of performing. This made her attend the Sylvia Young Theatre School.
Denise Van Outen Career
As a teenager, Denise appeared in brief roles on some television dramas, which include Kappatoo and The Bill. In 1992, Denise appeared in a Drinking and Driving Wrecks Lives commercial. She performed backing vocals with Melanie Blatt for the group Dreadzone. During her first stint on The Big Breakfast show, she took part as Jill in ITV1’s version of the pantomime Jack and the Beanstalk alongside Julie Walters and Neil Morrissey. Wishing to develop her acting career, she left The Big Breakfast in 1998.
Denise Van Outen Networth
As per marriedbiography.com, Denise Van Outen has a networth of $5 Million. In 1986, Denise appeared as Éponine in Les Misérables and A Midsummer Night’s Dream with the Royal Shakespeare Company. Van Outen has also appeared in movies, initially as Maureen in the crime comedy Love, Honour and Obey. In 1999, she acted on several episodes of The Bill and The Young Person’s Guide To Becoming A Rock Star. In July 2009, Van Outen played Mary in Hotel Babylon for the BBC. Van served as the guest presenter in This Morning in 2005, The Friday Night Project in 2006, The 5 O’Clock Show in 2010, Lorraine in 2010 and 2012 and Sunday Brunch in 2013.
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