Kerrie Friend, once the stunning blonde hostess of TV’s blockbuster dating show “Perfect Match”, turned best-selling author and U.S. lifestyle guru, will be back on Australian soil this week to launch a new chapter in her incredibly successful life.
Kerrie, whose insightful self-help book “Image: 52 Weeks to a New You” sells worldwide, arrives in Australia today Thursday (August 7). She will be launching her second book and a new product brand “Image”: Everything from T-shirts for the whole family, to sweatshirts, baseball caps, coffee mugs and more.
The highlight of her trip home to her beloved Noosa, where she still maintains a home, will be celebrating her 20th wedding anniversary by renewing her vows on the beach with her very own Perfect Match – her American TV producer husband, Kenn Copenhaver on New Year’s Eve, witnessed by some of the original wedding party.
Kerrie laughs that she did not need Dexter the Perfect Match robot to choose her own soulmate.
Kerrie, who was plucked from obscurity as a 17-year-old student to become an international model, which led to her role on one of Australia’s most successful game shows of all time in the 80s, has lived in the USA for the past 20 years, which changed her life. By analyzing her own deep-seated feelings of dissatisfaction with life as a model, TV celebrity and actress, she turned to writing and was able to help thousands of others and has bult up a huge fan base.
Now she says the time is right for her to come home to Australia to officially launch her second “baby” in her mind, body, spirit book series: “Image: 365 Day To A New You.”
Both books are based on the principle that people can live a “heavenly existence” when they follow Kerrie’s advice to live life to the fullest.
TO INTERVIEW KERRIE email firstname.lastname@example.org or call her manager Max Markson on 0412501601.
NOTE: Kerrie will be available for television, radio, newspaper and magazine interviews, guest appearances, acting and commercials. Also speaking engagements on “The Seven Pillars of Image”, her talk which is just 45 minutes long.