In 2000, Holly was voted FHM's 5th sexiest female star.
Holly starred in the US TV special Behind The Scenes Of Dynasty, reprising Heather Locklear's signature role as Sammy Jo Dean.
Holly received critical acclaim for her acting in the independent film Official Denial.
Holly's first major role was in the docu-drama The Flood: Who Will Save Our Children?
Holly married Paul Ford on 11th February 2006.
Holly is an avid reader.
Holly enjoys rollerblading, surfing and playing touch football.
Holly has participated in numerous Eisteddfods.
To relax, Holly goes to the movies or shopping with friends.
When Holly was just 13-years-old, she began taking acting, dancing and singing lessons at the Paradise Performer's Dance Academy where she quickly caught they eye of Studio Search Agency who signed her to their books.
Holly attended Mary Mount Primary School and performed in numerous school musicals and dramas.
In 2002, Holly was the host of The Looney Tunes Show.
Holly's favourite movie is The Notebook
Holly's favourite ice-cream is chocolate.
Holly's nicknames include: H-Bomb, The Briz, Hol, Holly Lolly and Brizo.
Holly's favourite television show is Everybody Loves Raymond.
Holly has a pet cat named Ed.
The first album Holly ever bought was by Bananarama.
Holly's first car was a 185 Toyota Corolla.
Holly is the eldest of two daughters.
Holly's first television appearence was a stint on Agro's Cartoon Connection when she was 16 years old.
Holly has appeared in such films as Scooby Doo and Garage Days.
Holly landed the lead role in the film The Crop, in 2003, landing her the award for Best Actress at the New York Independent Film Awards.
Holly was on the Seven programme, Dancing With The Stars, which launched her career on Home and Away.
In 2005, Holly joined Australian soap Home and Away as vixen, Amanda Vale.
Holly: (on celebrating her first wedding anniversary) We had a massage and a facial treatment that were given to us for our wedding. I told Paul I'd really like to go for a walk in Sydney's Botanic Gardens but, secretly, I'd booked a company to provide a private chef and make a gourmet hamper. When we got to the Botanic Gardens, there was a chef waiting at the gate! We had a three-course picnic overlooking Fort Denison, which is where we got married. Paul had no idea - he was blown away. Then we stayed at a hotel for the night, so it was really nice.
Holly: (asked if it was a big decision to leave "Home And Away") It was the end of my contract and I'd always said I only wanted to do 18 months, so they wrote my storylines with that in mind. I guess there wasn't really anywhere else for Amanda to go - she's done pretty much everything. It's actually been nearly two years since I started playing her.
Holly: (on her "Home And Away" character Amanda) There's a reason for Amanda being the way she is. She's had a hard life and a tough upbringing, and often doesn't set out to hurt anyone. Really, joining the show and playing Amanda has been great for me!
Holly: (on her first kiss) It was a game of Truth or Dare and all the boys were the children of my parents' friends. I ended up kissing all three of them!
Holly: (on working with a puppet on "Agro's Cartoon Connection") I think the most difficult part of working with Agro was keeping up with his fast wit and funny comments. He kept us on our toes!
Holly: (on the best Christmas present she's ever received) I got a horse when I was about 10. I was a very lucky girl. We called it Bundy.
Holly: (what people would be surprised to know about her) That I have coeliac disease, which means I'm allergic to gluten. No bread or pasta for me!
Holly: (would she ever appear in her own reality TV show) I probably wouldn't jump at it, but then again, you can never say never.
Holly: (if she could go anywhere in the world for a holiday…) I've been to a few countries but still can't find anywhere that beats Australia. I think I'd like to go around Australia.
Holly: (on running out of petrol) My mum and I ran out of petrol going to my audition for Agro's Cartoon Connection.
Holly: (the worst meal she's ever eaten) It was beef stroganoff that I cooked! Instead of sour cream, I used vanilla yoghurt. It was a complete disaster.
Holly: (how she spends a typical Saturday morning) A nice walk along the beach, breakfast in a café and then hanging out with my husband and friends.
Holly: (the things in her handbag) My car keys, purse, lip gloss, a bottle of water and some sunglasses.
Holly: (health food fanatic or a junk food junkie…) I'm a health food fanatic who loves to splurge on junk food, but only very rarely.
Holly: (what she would cook if a guest came for dinner) Probably a roast. They're the best home-cooked meals.
Holly: (The first person she ever kissed) It was a game of Truth or Dare. All the boys were the children of my parents' friends. Us girls ended up kissing all three of them.
Holly: (The three possessions she can't live without) My photos, my fridge, because I love food and could not imagine life without it! And my car - I live in it most of the time.