Born on 24 May 1953 in Sydney, Australia.
Her father Ross, who was a writer, gave her the nick name Little Nell.
In 1972, Nell joined the Australian swimming-team at the Olympic Games in Munich.
In 1973, she played Columbia in the London Rocky Horror Show.
From 1974 and on she started acting in several films, including The Rocky Horror Picture Show perhaps most famously.
She released some singles between 1975 -1978.
During the 80's she ran the very successful nightclub "Nell's" in New York.
Nowadays she writes for Tina Brown's Talk magazine.
- 10 Vocals
- 8 Instruments & Performance
- 4 Writing & Arrangement
- 1 Featuring & Presenting
- 3 Acting, Literary & Spoken
Singles & EPs
|AMS 7194||Little Nell||Stilettos And Lipstick (7")||A&M Records||AMS 7194||UK||1975||Sell This Version|
|AMS 7234||Little Nell||Fever / Do The Swim (7")||A&M Records||AMS 7234||UK||1976||Sell This Version|
|AMS 7221||Little Nell||See You Round Like A Record (7", Single)||A&M Records||AMS 7221||UK||1976||Sell This Version|
|Little Nell||Fever||A&M Records||US||1978||Sell This Version|
|Little Nell||The Musical World Of Little Nell (Aquatic Teenage Sex & Squalor) (EP, Single)||A&M Records||UK||1978||Sell This Version|
|Little Nell||Beauty Queen (Original Motion Picture Score) (Single)||PRE Records||UK||1980||Sell This Version|