Tottie Goldsmith


Tottie Goldsmith
Tottie Goldsmith (born Caroline Goldsmith on August 27, 1962) is an Australian actress and singer.

She started her career when she was 17 as an actress and landed regular and guest roles in some of Australia's most popular television shows, theatre productions and feature films. Some of her various TV roles include Australian soap operas such as The Young Doctors, Starting Out and Prisoner, and was a panelist on such programs as All Star Squares. She hosted Sex/Life (a Network Ten program in the mid-1990s) and has more recently acted in drama series Fire, in police drama series Blue Heelers, and in The Secret Life of Us.

During the late 1980s she was the founding band member of Australian girl-band The Chantoozies and toured Australia many times, selling over 200,000 records. She is the daughter of Melbourne nightclub owner Brian Goldsmith and the niece of famous Australian singer and actress Olivia Newton-John. She was known as a sex symbol early in her career, and posed nude for art magazine Black+ White in the early 1990s. In the late 1990's she was co-host of the breakfast program on Melbourne radio station TTFM replacing Nicky Buckley.

Continuing as a house-hold name in the entertainment industry, Tottie has recently turned her attention to the wellness industry. From an abnormal upbringing and the high pressure, rollercoaster of the entertainment industry, Tottie ended up with the over-achievers illness, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome in 1997. Three years with this lonely illness, she had to get herself well and stay on track, and she did this through meditation. With the need to find wellness and balance in her own life, Tottie is now passionate about helping others through corporate speaking appearances and her wellness CD's.

Continuing as a house-hold name in the entertainment industry, Tottie has recently turned her attention to the wellness industry. From an abnormal upbringing and the high pressure, rollercoaster of the entertainment industry, Tottie ended up with the over-achievers illness, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome in 1997. Three years with this lonely illness, she had to get herself well and stay on track, and she did this through meditation. With the need to find wellness and balance in her own life, Tottie is now passionate about helping others through corporate speaking appearances and her wellness CD's.

Tottie has written and recorded 3 CDs so far, a deep relaxation CD 'Unwind Your Mind' (played on Qantas Inflight Oasis channel) , 'Falling Asleep' (written with sleep scientist Chris Bunney), and 'A Sleep Story' (a children's self soothing CD written with child psychologist Dr Rosemery Steins). On each of these CD's, Tottie's soothing voice leads you through different techniques to help with deep relaxation and sleep for adults and children. The CD's are stocked in various outlets such as day spas, hotels, pharmacies, doctors' surgeries and Peter Alexander stores.

The corporate market has embraced Tottie and she has addressed audiences for companies including RetireInvest, McDonald's and Holden. She has hosted numerous charity events including Clown Doctors, RVIB Ball, Starry Starry Nights, TLC for Kids and the annual Mothers Day Comedy Debate for Melbourne University.

Tottie Goldsmith offers various types of corporate performances, these include role of MC, keynote speaker and she conducts workshop seminars focusing on stress management. To book appointments and more information contact Profile Talent Management - Phone: +61 3 8598 7807or learn more about Tottie Goldsmith at www.tottiegoldsmith.com

Tottie Goldsmith CDs:
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www.femail.com.au/falling-asleep-tottie-goldsmith.htm
www.femail.com.au/sleep-story-tottie-goldsmith.htm

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