The Leukaemia Foundation's Comedy for Cure and Care is proud to present Peter Rowsthorn as MC, introducing the hilarious Denise Scott in a stand-up comedy show in Bunbury.
Denise first started working as a professional actor and comedian nearly thirty years ago, but it has been in the last six years that Scotty has been winning awards, selling out theatres, scoring regular gigs on high-rating national television shows and watching her two books head for best-seller status.
In 2009 she penned a memoir, 'All That Happened at Number 26', which became a national best seller and a hit tour, with sell-out seasons at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival and the Sydney Opera House.
In addition to writing another book - 'The Tour' - Scotty has been and remains a favourite guest on many of Australia's favourite TV shows, including Spicks and Specks, The Project, Talkin' 'bout Your Generation, The Melbourne International Comedy Festival Gala, Good News Week and Tractor Monkeys. You can also see her as a regular cast member on Channel 7's high-rating drama Winners & Losers.
2014 has seen Denise return to the stage once more with a new, BARRY AWARD-WINNING solo show, 'Mother Bare', at the Adelaide Fringe, the Melbourne International Comedy Festival , the Sydney Opera House and the Brisbane Powerhouse.
The funds raised from the Comedy for Cure and Care will help fund the comprehensive range of free services the Leukaemia Foundation provides for people with blood cancer and their families.