Jason Donovan was born in Malvern, a suburb of Melbourne, Australia. Jason's father is a famous Australian actor. From 1988 to 1993, Donovan was able to release at least 15 songs, was among the top 40 in the UK charts. But his third studio album “All Around The World” did not leave his home country, Australia. A considerable amount of time Donovan plays the role of Joseph in the musical “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat”, the song “Any Dream Will Do” from which becomes his fourth UK single to reach the first place.
About Jason Donovan
In 1990, Donovan starred in the first feature film “Blood Oath” (another name is “Prisoners of the Sun”) by Stephen Wallace.
In 1992, Jason starts and successfully wins a lawsuit against the magazine The Face, which wrote about the alleged homosexual preferences of Jason. The case was won, but it has generated a strong negative reaction from the fans, and, in fact, put an end to the career of the pop artist. Donovan tried to justify himself by explaining that not the greed pushed him.
Donovan becomes actively involved in musical productions. In late 2004, he performed in the musical “Chitty Chitty Bang Bang” by children's book of Ian Fleming. The musical was originally on the English stage of London Palladium. Following this, the musician takes part in several concerts on the British markets, and in January 2006, returns to the stage to play in a musical by Stephen Sondheim “Sweeney Todd”, which is actually a modern opera. After working in the UK tour of the musical, Donavan expressed his desire to return to Melbourne to work on one of the main roles, in the Australian variant of the London “Festen”. Jason has also sold his voice for the games “Buzz!” in the PlayStation 2. In total, he has issued 6 albums, the latest of which was in 2012.