Glenwood siblings bask in showbiz limelight

Centre stage: Laura and Jackson Bunting will make their musical theatre debut at the Riverside Theatres next week. Picture: Geoff JonesMOVE over Kylie and Dannii Minogue.

Jackson and Laura Bunting of Glenwood are the new siblings making waves in the entertainment industry.

Jackson,12, snagged his first centre-stage appearance in the musical Chitty Chitty Bang Bang at the Capitol Theatre in 2012.

He was 11-years-old at the time and played the part of Stephen, the leader of the sewer kids, along side well known star Rachael Beck.

Jackson’s career launched into action after attending an open day at Sonja Dene Dance Studios where his sister was learning how to dance.

He hasn’t looked back since.

Younger sister, Laura, 10, will make her musical theatre debut in the award-winning production of Candy Man alongside Jackson at Riverside Theatres, Parramatta,from October 10.

They will both perform in the youth choir.

Aside from musical theatre, Laura has also starred in a Telstra commercial and played the character of Mary in the Australian Film Television and Radio School produced movie, KHARISMA.

Her next big role will be in the popular musical Annie at Riverside Theatres in February.

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