Bonnie Piesse first got into the business when she was 14. A friend of hers got an agent and began doing some work, and suggested she do the same. Bonnie got the very first role she auditioned for and played a Trapeze artist in the Australian children’s television show, High Flyers (1999). She took six months off High School for the shoot. Bonnie picked up the guitar when she was 14 and started writing songs. She entered them in, and won a number of prestigious Songwriting Awards. In 2002, was selected with only a handful of the highest-achieving arts students from around Victoria, to perform in two “VCE-Season of Excellence” events, including one at the Melbourne Concert Hall.
Bonnie acted in other Australian TV shows, including Blue Heelers (1994), Stingers (1998), Horace & Tina (2001), and Last Man Standing (2005). Then came the job that has garnered her the most attention, by not only Australian audiences, but the world, as Luke Skywalker’s foster mother, “Beru Whitesun”, in Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones (2002) and Star Wars: Episode III – Revenge of the Sith (2005).
Bonnie then moved to LA where she met Grammy-winning Music Producer, Val Garay (Kim Carnes, James Taylor, Linda Ronstadt, Dolly Parton, Santana). Val introduced her to many world class songwriters including Eric Kaz (“Love Has No Pride”), Bonnie Hayes (“Have a Heart”), Jack Tempchin (“Peaceful Easy Feeling”, “Slow Dancing”) and JD Souther (“Heartache Tonight”, “New Kid In Town”).
Her debut album, “The Deep End”, will be released in January 2011 on Big Deal Records, and her song, “All I Have”, was featured on Life Unexpected (2010) in Sept 2010 on the CW network.
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