|Birthdate ( Age)
||2 October 1929
||23 May 2021
||Alex Gorshenin (m. 1963–1976)
||Singer, recording artist, radio and tv presenter
|Net Worth ( 2021)
|| $8 million
Lorrae Desmond AM, MBE born as Beryl Hunt and also credited as Sheila Hunt, was an Australian Gold Logie-award-winning singer, recording artist, radio and tv presenter, character actress, and playwright, with a career that spanned over 55 years both locally and therefore the uk .She started her career in England, within the vein of entertainer Cicely Courtneidge.
Early Life and Family
Desmond was born on 2 October 1929, within the Southern Highlands town of Mittagong, New South Wales, to Alice and Des Hunt. She left Mittagong after the hearth season, and briefly lived on an island on the good coral reef in Queensland. After leaving Mittagong grade school , she trained as a hairdresser, but inspired by Dame Gracie Fields decided she wanted to become an entertainer. By the age of 10, she had travelled to Britain together with her family.
Lorrae Desmond Husband
Desmond was married to Sydney surgeon Dr. Alex Gorshenin from 1963 to 1976.They travelled to the us together, where he continued to review . before her marriage, Desmond was involved during a long-running affair of several years with English comic actor Terry-Thomas. She died on 23 May, 2021, Gold Coast, Queensland, aged 91.
Lorrae Desmond Net Worth
Lorrae Desmond was an Australian Gold Logie-award-winning singer, recording artist, radio and tv presenter, character actress, and playwright who has an estimated Net Worth $8 Million.
Returning to Australia within the early sixties, her career began in 1962, as presenter of the self-titled music variety The Lorrae Desmond Show and in 1961, she made history by being the primary woman on television to win the Gold Logie .The Gold Logie award that year was a dual honour, with Tommy Hanlon Jr. also winning the coveted trophy.
Desmond's television appearances include Homicide and Number 96 (1973) and Arcade (1980), both series written by David Sale, however the latter series was unsuccessful and cancelled after 16 episodes. Later, in 1997, she also had a guest appearance on Home and Away as Isobel Dupre, the mother of normal character Donald Fisher played by Norman Coburn.
Desmond, after having appeared within the ill-fated series Arcade, was touted by the Seven Network, alongside co-star Syd Heylen to seem in their new series a rustic Practice which became her best-known role as Shirley Dean Gilroy, and appeared from the series' inception in November 1981 until 1992. In 1984 she won the Logie for Best Supporting Actress for this role.
In 2001, she obtained the rights to write down the lyrics for a musical play supported Bryce Courtenay's novel Smoky Joe's Cafe, about the consequences of the Vietnam War on a veteran. The play, entitled Honey, premiered in 2007 at the Riverside Theatre Parramatta.She was also a magazine columnist for that is Life; she wrote a piece of writing called "Ask Lorrae", where readers would write in, posing for advice and knowledge .
Desmond took part in an a rustic Practice reunion special in 2006, as a part of the "Television Turns 50" celebrations, and therefore the series' 30th-anniversary reunion in 2011.In 2017, Lorrae who was the primary female to win a Gold Logie, appeared at the Logie awards, to present a gift opposite her cousin's son, Chinese Australian actor and presenter Sam Pang.