She portrayed the Killer Queen in the West End production of the musical We Will Rock You. She is the longest-running cast member to be involved in the show, having been in the original ensemble when the musical opened in May 2002. She took over the principal role of Killer Queen from Sharon D. Clarke in April 2004.
It was announced that she would join the cast of Chicago from 2 July 2018 until 11 August 2018, playing the role of Mama Morton.
In 2019, it was announced that Murray would be returning to the West End production of Mamma Mia! in the role of Donna Sheridan.
Murray was born in London, and is the daughter of songwriter Mitch Murray CBE and film actress Grazina Frame. She trained at Redroofs Theatre School, Maidenhead and Sylvia Young Theatre School, London. On 18 June 2009 she married Oren Arush (born 27 July 1980), an Israeli. Brian May played a special version of "Love of My Life", with some new words with Mazz at their wedding. The couple live in Bushey, Hertfordshire, England.
- Mamma Mia! – Tanya
- We Will Rock You – Killer Queen
- Fame – Mabel
- Rent – Maureen
- Pippin – Bertha
- Boogie Nights – Debs
- Only the Lonely patsy Cline
“A Girl Called Dusty” Dusty Springfield
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