DOROTHY

DOROTHY

Dorothy is a Sydney-based Dancer, Model, Actress and Choreographer.

At the age of 14 she entered her very first modelling competition and 2 months later she was the face of a state-wide campaign for the charity Endeavour Foundation and had secured herself a speaking role on Channel 10’s teen drama “H20- Just Add Water”. As well as acting and modelling, she had discovered dance when she auditioned for a position in her highschool’s ‘Dance Extention’ crew and was the only junior to be accepted to the group. Since the audition – right up to graduating in 2006, Dorothy was given the opportunity to perform, choreograph and represent her highschool in district and state-wide competitions. She finished school receiving the Subject Prize for Dance before moving to Sydney NSW to pursue greater opportunities in the entertainment industry.

Since 2007 Dorothy has trained in various dance styles including Salsa, Lambada, Burlesque,Hip Hop, Jazz, Samba and Bollywood fusion. She’s performed at some of Sydney’s biggest events including the Channel 7 Logies Party, awards nights for Channel 10, 20/20 Cricket Matches as well as TV commercials, weddings, corporate events, latin festivals, music videos for Rickki Lee and AnnMaree and appeared as a competitor in Everybody Dance Now with Bollywood dance company Sirens Dance. She has been featured as a model for Hair shows and Bridal Expo’s, Product Launches and Magazine hair and beauty editorials. She recently appeared on TV as zombie-killer “Saffron” in Boost Mobile’s award-winning Stay Living Campaign as well as minor roles in commercials for Pepsi, Bonds, So You Think You Can Dance amongst others.

In 2013 she spent a year in Los Angeles – landing a commercial with Google, and appearing as a Dancer in music videos for artists Pharrell Williams, Nikki Lorenzo and Adam Lyons, she collaborated with Stoligrant Productions as a Stylist and Art Director and was the face of the summer campaign for street-wear brand Charlotte’s Love.

After her year abroad, she flew home to Sydney in 2014 where she has returned as a member of Sirens Dance performing Bollywood-fusion and in June became a member of Rhythm Brazil. Being of Mauritian heritage, Dorothy feels a great affinity to Brazilian music and culture as if it was her own and strives to embody the Brazilian vibe in every performance.