Chantelle Barry | Biography

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  • Full Name Chantelle Barry
  • Occupation Actress, Singer & Songwriter
  • Nationality Austrailian
  • Birthplace Perth, Western Australia
  • Birth Date Mar 18, 1980
  • Age 44 Years, 3 Months
Original Line-Up of Australian Band, Bardot

Chantelle Barry | Biography

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Barry, along with Sophie Monk, Belinda Chapple, Katie Underwood, and Sally Polihronas, were the original winners of the reality show. It made her one of the original line-ups of the five-piece girl group. 

Chantelle Barry is an Australian musician and actress best known for being in the original line-up of the girl group Bardot.

Who is Chantelle Barry?

Chantelle Barry is a singer-songwriter, actress, and voice actress. She was born in Perth, Western Australia, on 18 March 1980. 

After graduating from the Western Australia Academy of Performing Arts, she moved to the United States, where she soon earned her first acting role as a bar girl in one episode of the television series Water Rats.

Barry made her film debut in the 2003 film The Company You Keep. Since then, she has appeared in several films, including Punish the Wicked (2005), Alien Encounter (2008), and Me & My Left Brain (2019). 

She has also appeared in multiple television series, including Entourage (2004), 90210 (2008), NCIS (2003), and Ninjak vs. the Valiant Universe (2018). 

Barry has voiced video games like Mad Max (2015), Metal Gear Survive (2018), and Marvel’s Iron Man VR (2020). She also has voiced several animated characters like Zoe The Zookeeper in the children’s television series Curious George (2006) and Baphomet in the superhero television series Doom Patrol (2019).

In addition, Barry has a short-lived stint in a girl group Bardot. She has written three albums - Simple ThingsSongbird, and Love Gonna Love. And on 2020, she released a new single titled ‘Connect.’

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Bardot was an Australian girl group formed on the first season of the Australian reality television show Popstars in 1999. 

Barry, along with Sophie Monk, Belinda Chapple, Katie Underwood, and Sally Polihronas, were the original winners of the reality show. It made her one of the original line-ups of the five-piece girl group. 

However, her one wrong decision quickly ended her time in the group. Her mistake was taking Monk’s allowance, which Monk had left in an envelope in her room.

Explaining the incident in an interview with Woman’s Day in 2017, Barry confessed, “Sophie left her $100 weekly allowance in an envelope in my bedroom and I intended to return it on the weekend - we had plans to go to a gig together. In a moment of stupidity, being a teenager and thinking that a pair of shoes was more important than the friendship I had with Sophie, I decided to keep her money for myself.”

After the management found out about the scandal, they offered her $1000 hush money to exit the band quietly. She was quickly replaced by the reality show finalist Tiffany Wood.

In 2020, Barry played, recorded, and posted a version of Bardot’s No. 1 hit song titled ‘Poison’ upon the requests from her fans. 

After that, she told Herald Sun that she got a friendly message from Underwood after the post. She then also started texting her other former bandmates.


Barry is married to her husband, actor and musician Scott Whyte, known for his works in films like The Invisible Man (2020), Ghost in the Shell (2017), and Fantasy Island (2020).

In an interview with The West Australian in December 2018, Barry said she and Whyte weren’t in a place to be in a relationship at the time when they first met 11 years ago. 

However, the couple eventually married in September 2018 in an intimate ceremony hosted by their close friends. 

Barry told the newspaper that marriage changed nothing for them for the most part because they had known each other for a longer time. Still, it had deepened the sense of security, and they approached everything as a team.

Chantelle Barry and Scott Whyte
Chantelle Barry with her husband Scott Whyte in July 2021. (Photo: Instagram) 

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