If you think you recognise our February Talent of the Month, you'd be right. Gabrielle Miller has been the face of online travel company Trivago for the past few years, fronting print and television campaigns around the world.
We caught up with Gabrielle to find out more about her diverse career, her plans for the future and what it's like to be one of the most recognisable faces on TV.
How long have you been on StarNow and what prompted you to join? Five years. When I moved to Europe I was prompted to join by a friend.
You have a wealth of varied experience under your belt, including acting, dancing and modeling. Did you always know you wanted to work in the performing arts? I have been experimenting in all kinds of the Arts since I was little, however I made the decision to become a full-time, fully dedicated performer quite late, at the ripe ol' age of twenty-four.
How did you land your first paid gig? What was the role? I think it was a video clip when I was eighteen; I scored it through my agent at the time.
You grew up in Australia, and are now based in Berlin. Why did you decide to move? I was accepted to study at the Atelier für Physisches Theater in Berlin and after graduating, I stayed. I love exploring Europe and annually tour with my band ZAP.
Most of our members will recognise you as the Trivago Girl. How did you land such an awesome gig? A successful audition I guess! It's been an interesting ride!
What's the process for filming the Trivago ads? Is there anything we'd be surprised to know? We have filmed with various production companies around the world, so although we film everything in front of a green screen, I still get to travel to lovely cities.
What's the weirdest or best thing that has happened to you since becoming the face of Trivago? It was extremely odd having my face plastered on walls and buses across London last year.
If you could go back in time and give yourself one piece of advice before launching your career, what would it be? Be brave and believe in what you have to offer.