Born in Mississippi, USA, Dee Anderson came to London as a child, growing up in a world of celebrity and entertainment.

Dee is the daughter of the famous husband and wife team Gerry and Sylvia Anderson, the creators of the cult television series’ Thunderbirds, Stingray, Fireball XL5, Joe 90, Captain Scarlet and Space 1999.

She has appeared in numerous television and theatre productions across the UK and worked alongside legendary actors and performers, and her recent return to her singing career has been extremely successful, with her debut album The White Rose receiving critical acclaim in the national press.

Her sophomore album Live in a Dark Place has already been favourably reviewed in the Daily Express and hotly tipped by a number of independent music critics.

Dee has released her single Where Did You Sleep, with an animated video which you can view on the multimedia page.

In 2014, Dee launched glotime.tv, the online platform for Arts, Music, Culture and Lifestyle with her mother Sylvia. She is also currently writing and producing The Last Station with her mother, a brand new animated series set to release in the near future.