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Jenny Douglas

 

 

 

 

Jenny DouglasJenny Douglas (born 1 August 1991) is a Scottish singer and actress. She is most noted for her participation in the 2010 BBC talent-search Over the Rainbow.

An only child, Douglas lives with her mother in South Queensferry, near Edinburgh. Douglas attended Stenhouse Primary School and then Tynecastle High School before moving on to Motherwell College, following the Estill Voice Training Programme. She once had a singing lesson in New York with David Schaefer, saying "It was amazing, I discovered more about my voice in one hour than in my whole time of singing".

Douglas reached the final of the 2009 Festival4Stars talent competition. She performed in the travelling Keith Jack Tour, and also attended the Scottish Theatre and Music School. She aspires to be the kind of Dorothy who knows her own mind and isn't afraid to speak out. She would bring "100% individuality to the role".

Douglas took part in Over the Rainbow, a BBC talent-search looking for an actress/singer to play Dorothy Gale in Andrew Lloyd Webber's 2011 production of The Wizard of Oz. She advanced to the sixth week, whereupon she was voted off following a sing-off against Lauren Samuels, who ultimately placed third in the competition.

Douglas went on to play the role of Meat in a touring production of We Will Rock You, starting in December 2010.

Her father once sang on stage with Stevie Wonder.

 

 

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