Nancy started her career at the age of fourteen playing guitar and singing in clubs in North London.
She joined the National Youth Theatre at eighteen.
She then studied for three years at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School.
Whilst there she continued with her singing and songwriting taking time out to tour Europe, record with and write for the EMI artist Jesse Green.
Nancy had her first chart success as a writer for Jesse Green and her first Top Of The Pops appearance.
She also wrote songs and sang on albums for other artists including Lena Zavaroni and Cleo Laine.
After working in theatre and television for a while Nancy committed herself full time to her recording career, signing to Ritz Records.
She made a name for herself in Europe fronting a TV show for two months in Italy and appearing on Radio and TV promoting her album.
Back in the UK she received massive radio play for her single, The Force, which became a huge disco hit.
During this time she toured extensively in Britain, Holland, France and Belgium.
She and four other female vocalists formed the group Toto Coelo but she had to leave the group to sign a world wide contract with EMI where she had more successes as a writer and artist.
Now, after a long break from public appearances largely spent on her farm in Devon, Nancy continues to sing and still writes prolifically. She has a huge catalogue of self-penned songs and is recording a new album.