Chloe Dallimore

Leading lady of musical performance

Chloe Dallimore is a leading lady of Australia’s musical theatre stage. Probably best known as Ulla in The Producers for which she won the Helpmann Award for Best Lead Actress in a Musical, she has also performed in Chicago, Annie, The Wizard Of Oz, and Oliver!

In addition to playing lead roles in national musicals, Chloe Dallimore performs sensational song and dance acts for public, corporate and private events.

She created the show The Magic of Musicals for Taronga Zoo’s Twilight Series which was a hugely popular success. Her corporate gigs include Prime Minister’s Dinners, Hotel Tours in Asia, and the Australian Consulate in New York.

Chloe Dallimore performs solo or as a double act with PJ Lane (Don Lane’s son). Much more Mad Men than Rat Pack, this sensational duo performs songs including Fly Me To The Moon; Sway; Diamonds Are A Girl’s Best Friend; Call Me Irresponsible; Cry Me A River and Blue Moon.

An incredibly versatile talent, for eighteen months she was engaged as the choreographer with the hit show Billy Elliot in Australia and Korea.

Chloe Dallimore has appeared on television shows including Spicks and Specks. GMA with Bert Newton and Mornings with Kerri-Anne.

She has won awards that include the: Helpmann Award – Winner, Best Female Actor in a Musical – Role: Ulla. The Producers 2005; the GreenRoom- Winner, Female Artist in a Lead Role – Role: Ulla, The Producers 2005; Sydney Theatre Award – Winner, Best Actress in a Supporting Role – Role: Ulla. The Producers 2005; MO Award – Winner, Female Musical Theatre Performer – Role: Ulla, The Producers 200; and the Australian Dance Award – Winner, Outstanding Performance in a Stage Musical – Role: Ulla, The Producers 2004.

A superb performer, Chloe Dallimore adds glamour and excitement to any corporate gala, awards night or celebration.

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