"We started out just singing at our parent's parties but ended up singing in the foyers of the National Theatre and the Royal Festival Hall. We were good. We made a great sound, like only siblings can. Then I went to The Guildhall School of Music and Drama where I studied singing for six long years, before joining Glyndebourne where I spent several years as a junior principle. It was a pretty amazing start." Showbiz was clearly in the blood with her mother being the actress Barbara Young, whose TV credits include Coronation Street and Last of the Summer Wine, and her father, Jack Pulman being the screen-writer responsible for such massive hits as I Claudius and War & Peace. Added Liza: "I was surrounded by writers, actors, directors from a very early age, in fact, I don't really remember anything else." Following her early career singing at Glyndebourne, Liza also appeared in the West End before starring for 13 years as one-third of comedy music trio Fascinating Aida.