began her career on the London stage, performing with
world-renowned artists since 15 months of age. Her parents
owned and operated one of London's leading talent schools
until they moved to Australia when Lynda was 10 years
Immediately, Lynda landed major roles in TV
Dramas such as Tommy The Boy Next Door, The
Terrible Ten and Consider Your Verdict.
After completing her schooling, Lynda joined
the longest running T.V. series in Australian history,
Bellbird, then moved onto further success in other
popular series, including Matlock, Division
4, Prisoner, Homicide and The Box,
until 1975 when she decided to focus her endeavors on
training and producing; opening the "Lynda Keane Talent
School" which steadily became one of Australia's leading
theatrical talent schools.
Lynda then evolved into management, successfully
nurturing the careers of numerous successful artists.
multi-award winning entertainer
and Variety showman of the year, also began performing
at 15 months of age when his parents were touring the
United Kingdom with their popular variety show.
At 10 he joined the number one children's
show on Channel 9, The Tarax Show, and made guest
appearances on every major T.V. show in Australia; including
In Melbourne To-night and Bandstand.
At 20, Greg wrote the top 10 hit "No Roses
For Michael" as the theme song for the award winning
film of the same name. This led to a successful recording
career and moved Greg from Melbourne to Sydney in the
early 70's where since, he has won numerous awards (2
Mo-awards, AQHA award, Variety's Showman of the Year)
and evolved into one of the most versatile entertainers
in the world, adopting the name of "Australia's
Electric Cowboy," and performing in his multi-award
winning show "The Electric Spectacular."