Chantelle Barry

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Chantelle Barry
Origin Perth, Australia
Genres Pop
Occupation(s) Singer, actress
Instruments Vocals
Years active 2000, 2005 (singer)
2000–present (actress)
Labels Mercury France
Associated acts Bardot

Chantelle Barry is an Australian singer-songwriter and actress from Perth, best known for being in the original line up of girl group Bardot.[citation needed] She left the group suddenly, only weeks after the group was formed on the first series of the Australian version of Popstars.[citation needed]


She was fired from the Girl group Bardot after alleging stealing money from Sophie Monk.[1] She was replaced by Tiffani Wood in the final line up.[citation needed]

After leaving Australia, Barry appeared in independent films and in small roles on the television series Water Rats, General Hospital, Entourage and How I Met Your Mother.[citation needed] She also placed third in the Song of the Year songwriting contest[2] and reached the quarter-finals in the Music Nation online music competition.[3] Barry also appeared in two pictorials for FHM, one in the months after leaving Bardot and another in 2007.[2]

Barry played the recurring role of Nina, a friend of main character Naomi Clark on the television series 90210.[3][4] In August 2009, she officially launched her debut solo album Simple Things in the U.S. She also appeared in the film The House That Jack Built.[citation needed]

In 2016, she voiced Ava in the Oculus Rift video game Edge of Nowhere.[5]


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