To describe Tottie Goldsmith as “multi-talented” is a gross understatement.
Tottie was born into a showbiz family:- her father Brian, the doyen of the Melbourne night-club industry and her aunt, Olivia Newton-John. Tottie had earned the reputation as a credible actor but it was her singing career that made her a household name in “The Chantoozies”.
Tottie re-ignted her acting career and landed the female lead in Channel 7's 'Fire' series which was followed by a guest appearance in Bryan Brown’s Twisted Tales playing opposite Academy Award winner Geoffrey Rush. Adding additional strings to her bow, Tottie worked in Televison and theatre and radio!
She hosted Channel 10’s coverage 40 Years of Television, successfully conquered breakfast radio in 1997 on TTFM finishing the year as No.1 rating breakfast show, then accepted the role of Miss Lynch in Grease - the Arena Spectacular, becoming part of the phenomenon in Australian box office history.
She continued to tread the boards as lead role ‘Janet’ in Paul Dainty’s “The New Rocky Horror Show”, following on to complete a national tour with Jon English and Dennis Waterman in “Don’t Dress for Dinner”.
Tottie returned back in front of the camera in an Australian feature film, “Visitors" by Bayside Pictures, the producers of 'Hotel Sorrento' and 'Brilliant Lies', and has enjoyed various guest roles in Stingers and most recently Blue Heelers.