Triple threat Aubrey O'Day can not only sing and dance but can act as well. She has pursued her love of performing through the years with leads in many musical productions, including Dorothy in "The Wizard of Oz," Carmen in "Fame," Sandy in "Grease," Liesl in "The Sound of Music," Tzeitel in "The Fiddler on the Roof," Mimi in "Rent," Elphaba in "Wicked," and Val in "A Chorus Line," to name a few. From her first competition, O'Day has not only been recognized by judges and audiences alike but has stood out in the crowd as a star. In 1992, she received her first honor, the SCETA Distinguished Theatrical Performance Award, and moved on to receive several others, including the Desert Theatre League's Outstanding Juvenile Performer in 1995, the Starmania Nationals' Junior Pop Vocalist in 1996, the California Arts' Scholar in Music and in Dance twice in 1997, a nomination for the Desert Theatre League's best supporting actress in 1998, and the Desert Theatre League's Best Actress in 1999. She was also one of the top five finalists in the 98.7 Be a Star Contest. O'Day also starred in the hit TV show "Making the Band? for five seasons and was chosen personally by renowned hip-hop artist and producer Sean "P. Diddy" Combs for a spot in the band later named Danity Kane.Since then, she has started her own charity, FAN (Fight AIDS Now). Her mission is to work hands-on providing therapy and art in children's hospitals. She has donated her time to responsibly being a Big Sister and to The Pink Project, which is an organization that donates to RAINN and LABCA. You can see her in their star-studded book in stores now. She also walked in the Celebrity Catwalk Charity to raise funds and awareness for National Animal Rescue.Most recently, Aubrey headlined the hit Las Vegas revue "Peepshow" and was able to live her dream by starring as Amber Von Tussle in "Hairspray" on Broadway. O'Day is destined to spend her life on stage and in the public eye. She captures her audience not only with her outstanding looks, her girlish smile, and her passion for honest expression, but most importantly for her unmistakable talent.