Theatre: Roxie Hart in Chicago (Adelphi Theatre, London and Shubert Theatre, Broadway, New York); Stop the World I Want To Get Off (Lyric Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue); The Royal Shakespeare Company’s production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Barbican Theatre); Les Misérables (Palace Theatre).
Concerts: Appearances with Andy Williams performing “Can’t Take My Eyes Off You” (Royal Albert Hall, Café de Paris).
Television: Debra Squires in Murder In Mind (BBC); Leigh in two series of Babes In the Wood (ITV); The Bill (ITV); Jill in Jack and the Beanstalk with Julie Walters, Neil Morrissey and Gryff Rees Jones (ITV) performed “Gimme Gimme Gimme” for Abbamania, the tribute to Abba (LWT). Denise Van Outen has enjoyed enormous success as a presenter on numerous shows including The Big Breakfast with Johnny Vaughan (Channel 4), hosted Record of the Year three years in succession (LWT), co-presented the ten-part series of Prickly Heat with Julian Clary (Sky One), How Much Do You Love Me (Seven Network, Melbourne), two series of Something For the Weekend (Channel 4); Sing It Your Way (Carlton); Men For Sale (ITV); three series of Scratchy & Co Massive (ITV).
Film: Maureen in Love, Honour and Obey with Kathy Burke, Ray Winstone and Jude Law (Fugitive Films); Alex in Horny with Liz Smith and Tom Bell for the Tube Tales series (SKY).
Recording: Duet with Andy Williams of his classic song “Can’t Take My Eyes Off You”; appeared on the platinum selling compilation album Abbamania; “Especially For You” with Johnny Vaughan for Children In Need which sold over 300,000 copies and reached No. 3 in the UK charts.
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Trained: National Youth Music Theatre; Guildford School of Acting.
Theatre: Pam in The Full Monty (Prince Of Wales Theatre); Florinda in the European première of La Cava (Piccadilly Theatre); Belle with the original cast of Beauty and the Beast (Dominion Theatre); Putting It Together directed by Edward Hall (Festival Theatre, Chichester); Lady Jacqueline in Me and My Girl with Gary Wilmot; Alice in Rebecca; Beth in A Christmas Carol; Oliver! directed by Sam Mendes (London Palladium); Linda English in Pal Joey (Edinburgh Festival).
Concerts/Cabaret: Regular cabaret and concert soloist including recent appearances at the Café De Paris and Birmingham Symphony Hall.
Television:Doctors, Paul Whitehouse’s comedy/drama Happiness (BBC).
Film: Marianne in Miss Monday.
Recording: Original cast recordings of Beauty and the Beast, La Cava and The Will to Kill by Neil Rutherford.