One half of 80's Pop Royalty Dollar, David Van Day is still one of the most recognised names in showbiz.
In the 2001 show - Best Duets of all Time for Channel 4 - Dollar were placed number five in this rundown, ahead of Ike & Tina Turner and Donny & Marie Osmond. They had countless hits on the UK (and European) charts during the late seventies and early eighties, including Shooting Star, I Wanna Hold Your Hand, Hand Held In Black And White, Mirror Mirror, Give Me Back My Heart, Videotheque and O L'Amour (which was their last Top 10 hit in 1988).
Since Dollar's spilt in 1988 they have had various reunions including the TV show Reborn In The USA in 2002, the eighties revival tour Hear & Now and in 2002 - a tribute concert to producer Trevor Horn at Wembey Arena in 2004. Their latest reunion was earlier on this year for Living TVís new show Pop Goes The Band giving pop stars from the eighties a makeover.
In addition to Dollar, David joined the successful band Bucks Fizz in the 90ís performing along side original Fizzer Bobby Gee.
David was back in the celebrity spotlight once more in 2008 when he arrived in the jungle in Iím a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here! DVD - as he became known - was the name on everyones lips eventually finishing fourth.
David is now performing in his new duo Rich and Famous alongside his new wife, Sun newspaper fasion editor Sue Moxley. David can be booked as a solo artist or as part of Rich and Famous