SISSE MARIE is a Gold certified Grammy Award winning artist, chart topping singer, songwriter, entertainer, model and entrepreneur.
She began her career as a teenager winning the most prestigious song competition for young people on Danish national television. This music phenomenon garnered both a gold certified album and a Grammy for "Best Teen Album" before embarking upon a very successful international modeling career. This modeling venture afforded Sisse the opportunity to work in Milan, London, Munich, Atlanta, Istanbul, Copenhagen, Stockholm and beyond. While still modeling she also released a top 5 single and hosted the most watched show on Danish MTV.
She has successfully released 3 consecutive #1 singles including "Every Time (You Look At Me)", "Dirty Hands", and "Kill For Your Love", and they all have spawn top airplay on the MTV charts and added yet another achievement to the songstress' extraordinary career.
Sisse has been affectionately labeled as a "Branding Magnet" because she's endorsed by many A-list brands such as Smirnoff, Pilgrim and Citroën. In addition she's worked with several elite international brands like Volvo, Heineken, Tiffany Bridal, John Frieda, Wonderbra, Bianco Shoe Company, Dyrberg/Kern jewelry, Vero Moda and O'Neill. She has also covered and been featured in prestigious magazines such as Cosmopolitan, T3 Magazine, Ché, Marie Clarie, etc.
The Sisse Marie touring brand continues to explode as indicated by her recent China tours where she played in the largest clubs in the country. In addition, she has played more than 100 shows/festivals in Denmark, as well as high profile American venues such as the world renown Playboy Mansion, L.A. Supperclub and a New Year's Eve performance in NY's Times Square.
This multi talented artist has recently accomplished yet another creative milestone with her current single, "Paralyzed", featured in "The Sims" video game which is the best selling video game of all time. Sisse also appears as a digital character in this game that has sold more than 140 million copies worldwide.