Enter now for a chance to win ,000 in cash plus a three-night stay at the Historic Gatlinburg Inn in Gatlinburg, TN and a year-long attractions pass for four provided by Gatlinburg.This Morning host Holly Willoughby revealed today she had landed her dream role in a Miss Marple drama - as a birthday present.Her first major movie was DOA: Dead or Alive, which box office earning was net worth of .5 million.She also earned a massive amount of salary being an actress.Holly Valance full name Holly Rachel Candy is a renowned actress from Australia.She has also established herself in several other fields like singing and she is also a model.A 12-year-old Holly initially wanted to work part-time at Mc Donald’s to help pay for school books and shoes, but needed to be 14.
She said: "It's been a lifelong ambition for me to appear in one of the Marple films as I've been a fan for years." The presenter, who also hosts ITV1 show Dancing On Ice, plays 17th century witch Goody Carne who pops up in the film when Miss Marple - Julia Mc Kenzie - attends a ritual "burning" in her memory.
The song entered both the Australian Recording Industry Association and UK Singles Charts charts at No. The song had some success in Europe, going top ten in seventeen countries, and became a surprise Number One in Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia. Her first album, Footprints, was released on 14 October 2002. We parted on good terms." In 2004, Valance returned to acting, this time in the United States, appearing in episodes of the television series CSI: Miami and Entourage. In 2005 Valance returned to music, albeit briefly, when she appeared on Har Mar Superstar's album The Handler singing on the tracks, "DUI", "Back the Camel Up" and "Body Request".
The director's cut version of the music video was notable in that Valance appeared to be dancing naked. She appeared in Prison Break in 2006 as Nika Volek, a role which she continued to portray in the show's second season.
In 2002, she released her first album Footprints which included the single "Kiss Kiss". The album's third and final single "Naughty Girl" peaked at No. Following the legal problems and poor sales from the album State of Mind, Valance was reportedly dropped from her recording company.
Valance's first single as a recording artist was "Kiss Kiss", an English language rewrite of the Turkish singer Tarkan's "Şımarık" (composed by the Turkish "diva" Sezen Aksu), released in 2002. She denied this stating, "I asked to be released, but Warner refused, so I hung out for a year until the contract expired.