Daisy Valerio graduated with a Diploma in Music Theatre from Brent Street and a Bachelor of Music Theatre from the Western Australia Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) where she was awarded the Finley Award for Music Theatre upon graduation.
During Daisy’s time at WAAPA her performance credits include, Mary Warren in The Crucible, Heather McNamara in Heathers and Ethel in 42nd Street. Daisy also originated the role of Tess Redman in the short film Knock Out. While studying at WAAPA, Daisy debuted as Adele Rice in the Australian Premier of A Man of No Importance, for which she was nominated for a Finley Award.
In 2021, Daisy completed her Honours in Classical Voice at the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music.
More recently Daisy was invited to performed in Britten’s beloved opera Albert Herring in the role of Cis. Her other credits include Cinderella in Roger and Hammerstein’s Cinderella (Brent Street), The Golden Age of Broadway (Frankston Arts Centre) and Joan of Arc (an original musical workshop).
Most recently Daisy played the role of Kate Murphey in Titanic the Musical.