Roxy Darr, one of Hollywood’s rising performers, knows the power of performance. At a very early age, Roxy co-starred in various Broadway shows after her mother realized her vivacious energy and love for the stage. Roxy is the goddaughter of Oscar nominated actress, Terry Moore, who is an active mentor in Roxy’s entertainment endeavors. After getting her break on television as a young girl on The Young and the Restless, she went on to film, starring in and producing her own film with Legendary Entertainment and Guillermo Del Toro at the YouTube Space Los Angeles.
Roxy was born on the Fourth of July, and is dubbed as “The Anthem Girl” for holding a record of singing the national anthem for the MLB at the Dodgers Stadium, the NBA at Staples Center, and overseas for the troops. After touring as the lead singer of Kidz Bop Live for a 50-city nationwide tour and Canada, Roxy gained much recognition performing in venues such as the House of Blues Chicago and Sunset Boulevard. She was the only female singer chosen to fly from Los Angeles to New York to personally meet with and audition for Lady Gaga’s “The Monster Ball Tour”. Shortly thereafter she recorded her first album of originals. Roxy’s hit single “Forever” received much success in the pop world as it was featured in KIIS Fm’s Breakout Star.
With over hundreds of thousands of followers on social media, Roxy was discovered by billionaire Clive Palmer of Australia to sing “My Heart Will Go On” for the Global Launch of the Titanic II in New York and London. She was picked after Palmer viewed her rendition of the song via YouTube. Very impressed, he went to his personal social media to sing her praises with regard to her vocal abilities, comparing her to the likes of Celine Dion. Roxy continues to be affiliated with the Titanic II rebuild and progression.
Roxy is currently writing a new album as well as writing/co-producing the soundtrack for the role of Wendy in “Peter Pan’s Magical World of Neverland". Her singer/songwriter talents are highlighted in her latest album.