Judith Durham is an Australian Musician, Singer and Songwriter who started her career in 1961.
The Seekers consisted of Judith Durham, Athol Guy, Bruce Woodley and Keith Potger, an ABC radio producer; through Potger's position the three were able to make a demo tape in their spare time.
On 12 March 1967, The Seekers set an official all-time Australian record when more than 200,000 people (nearly one tenth of the city's entire population at that time) flocked to their performance at the Sidney Myer Music Bowl in Melbourne, Australia.
She returned to Australia in August 1968 and her first solo television special, 'An Evening with Judith Durham' screened on the Nine Network in September.
During her solo career she has released albums titled For Christmas with Love, Gift of Song and Climb Ev'ry Mountain.
In 1975 Judith starred in an acting and singing role as Sarah Simmonds, a burlesque type performer in "The Golden Girl", an episode of the Australian television series Cash and Co.
In 2006, she started modernising the music and phrases in the Australian National Anthem, "Advance Australia Fair".
In October 2011, Judith signed an exclusive international deal with Decca Records.
In June 2018, to celebrate she's 75th birthday, a collection of 14 previously unreleased songs was released on the album So Much More.
Judith Durham's net worth is currently estimated at $3.2 million.
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Judith Durham’s father is William Alexander Cock.
Judith Durham’s mother is Hazel Cock.
Siblings: Judith Durham has a sister named Beverley Sheehan.
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