A Monkey's Tale
 
 

Animated Films

The Princess & the Goblin, directed by Jozsef Gemes

Television

Disney Club (ITV), guest appearance as Cecile from Grange Hill
Tricky Business (CBBC), 12 weeks series lead,
1989 Chromazone (Nickelodeon), presenter Children's magazine programme,
1994 BPM (Channel 4), presenter dance music programme,
1995 Top of the Pops (BBC1), Lead vocalist in Xpansions,
1991The Big Breakfast (Channel 4), guest appearances with Zig & Zag. Motormouth (ITV), live performance with Xpansions. Bushell on the Box (ITV), guest November
1996 Grange Hill (CBBC), Cecile for 12 episodes in November 1996 Black Adder (BBC), Lead Vocal on theme tune for 'Christmas Carol' Tales of the Tooth Fairies (BBC), animated children's series of 26 episodes
1996 Bodger & Badger (CBBC)


Biography

Born in 1972, Sally-Anne Marsh began her singing career at the age of six.

In 1990 she formed the pop band Faith, Hope and Charity with Dani Behr and Diana Barrand, releasing 2 singles through WEA Records, including 'Battle of the Sexes'.

In 1991 she moved into the dance scene by joining Xpansions, who released the single 'Move Your Body' through Arista Records. It reached No.1 in the club charts, and crossed over to reach No.7 in the UK pop charts. The record was a huge success in Europe, reaching No.1 in several territories.

She signed for the dance act 'Global Wave' in 1993 and released 2 singles through Big Time International, making many live TV and Radio appearances.

De-Construction, UK's premiere dance label signed Sally-Anne as a vocalist, and she subsequently performed lead vocals on the singles 'High' for Hyper Go-Go and 'Let it Slide' for Ariel. In the same year she joined 'Hysterix', a soul-dance band with a hint of disco classic, who supported chart-smashers D:Ream on their 1994 tour, and subsequently had a huge club hit with 'Must be the Music'.

In 1995 she signed a recording agreement with RCA Records as a solo artist, recording 'In the Summertime' with producers Mike Stock and Matt Aitken. Despite its successful airplay, the single was never released because it clashed with the same song performed by Shaggy.

In February 1996 she signed a recording agreement with Mike Stock's Love This Records, appearing throughout the UK to promote her first single 'Windmills of your Mind'.

In early summertime, she starred as Jane in the risqué West End show Voyeurz, directed by Michael White of 'O' Calcutta fame, for which Sally-Anne received good notices. She featured in various tabloids, linked with Jack Nicholson, Mick Hucknall and Robbie Williams.