Denise Drysdale

Television Personality + Actress + Comedian
Born Dec 5, 1948

Denise Anne Christina Drysdale, is an Australian Gold Logie award winning television personality and comedian. She is often affectionately known as Ding-Dong.

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1948 Birth Born on December 5, 1948.


1964 15 Years Old Photographed at the time by a Channel Nine photographer, Drysdale went on to win the annual Girl of the Year Award with Everybody's in 1964. … Read More
1967 18 Years Old Drysdale's popularity led to an invitation to perform for the troops in Vietnam for three weeks in late 1967, along with Patti Newton, the Strangers, and Doug Owen.


1969 20 Years Old In 1969, she went to the Far East to entertain American troops.
1974 25 Years Old In 1974, she became Ernie Sigley's barrel girl on The Ernie Sigley Show. … Read More
1975 26 Years Old In 1975, Drysdale won the TV Week Gold Logie for the Most Popular Female Personality on Australian TV. … Read More


1989 40 Years Old In 1989, Drysdale again teamed up with Ernie Sigley to host In Melbourne Today, and in 1991 began a Sydney version of the show In Sydney Today. … Read More
1998 49 Years Old In 1998, Drysdale joined the Seven Network to present her own show for the first time, simply called Denise. … Read More


2008 59 Years Old In 2008, Drysdale released an album entitled What A Wonderful World. … Read More


2009 60 Years Old On 7 October 2009 she made an appearance in the second of the Hey Hey It's Saturday reunion specials.
2010 61 Years Old In 2010, Drysdale joined Network Ten's new morning show The Circle alongside Yumi Stynes, Chrissie Swan and Gorgi Coghlan as host.
2011 62 Years Old She remained on the show for two seasons, leaving at the end of the 2011 season.
2013 64 Years Old She reappeared as a special guest on the final episode of The Circle in 2013. … Read More
2015 66 Years Old In November 2015, it was announced Drysdale would join as permanent co-host of Studio 10 in 2016 after appearing as a regular fill-in presenter, she will share the position with Ita Buttrose … Read More
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