Christine Anu

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Christine Anu is a national treasure and Australia’s most iconic female Indigenous Entertainer. Trained in dance at the National Aboriginal Islander Skills Development Association (NAISDA) her illustrious career spans over 25 years including music, theatre, dance, film and television.

Christine has made widely-acclaimed appearances in Baz Luhrmann’s Moulin Rouge, The Matrix Reloaded and Dating the Enemy; on television in Wildside, The Alice, East West 101, Playschool, Outland, Dance Academy and was a judge in Channel 7’s Popstars. Christine’s success on stage includes Bad Boy Johnny and the Prophets of Doom, Little Shop of Horrors, Kissing Frog, Rent, Rainbow’s End, Parramatta Girls and The Sapphires for which she received the Judith Johnson Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Musical at the Sydney Theatre Awards.

Christine is a multi-award winning recording artist, including ARIA Song of the Year for My Island Home, ARIA Best Female Artist for Stylin Up, ARIA Best Video for Bazmark’s Now Until The Break of Day with David Hobson and many Deadly, Green Room and Sydney Theatre Awards.

More recently, Christine’s 1995 version of My Island Home was added to the National Film Sound Archive’s Sound of Australia registry.
Christine has toured nationally and abroad, including Vietnam, North America, China, Middle East and Papa New Guinea. Christine has also performed at many momentous events, including Sydney 2000 Olympics Closing Ceremony, Women of APEC, G’Day Australia, 50 Years of Television, APEC Cultural Performance, Sydney Paralympics, FINA World Swimming Championships, 25th Anniversary of Carols in the Domain and flicked the switch to launch National Indigenous Television in Australia.
Christine is an exceptional keynote speaker who resonates with people and provides a real community focus while delivering key messages in all kinds of arenas and platforms, including charity, community, education, entertainment and politics.
For Stylin Up Entertainment, Christine is the co-creator of the ARIA and Deadly nominated children’s brand Chrissy’s Island Family and the successful concept shows Ladies of Jazz and Women of Soul.

Christine is currently hosting the national radio show Evenings across Australia on Friday and Saturday nights on ABC Radio, and was recently the first recipient of the Australian Songwriters Associations inaugural Lifetime Achievement Award for Contribution to Australian First Nations Music.

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Happy birthday to @mitchtambo, #JWM is proud to support this amazing #australianartist! #birthday #singer #sonymusic #artist #performer
Check out @thereal.au podcast to hear @marcuscorowa chat about his experience growing up in the small community of Bowen in Far North #Queensland, his journey in the performing arts so far, and his recent move into musical theatre roles, including the upcoming production of @brannuedaemusical #podcast #onenation #JWM #singer #songwriter #australianmusic
@mitchtambo on the #redcarpet at the 2019 @aria_official! #JWM #onenation #australianmusic #aria #singer
@hhasselhoff for @marieclaireuk x @debenhams, styles for the party season For Bookings: jason@willaimsonmgt.com Creative Director and Stylist: @hhasselhoff Photographer: @dominic.charles.farrell Hair/Makeup: @hannahdaviesmakeup Head of Fashion: @charlotttap
@mitchtambo with the beautiful @jessicamauboy1 on the red carpet of @aria_official #music #awards #firstnations #redcarpet #singers
New artist announcement. We are excited to announce that model, actor, comedian and @mrworldaustraliaofficial 2019 holder @jonyberry has joined the #JWM family. Jony has been creating waves ever since he burst onto the scene several years ago as one of Australia’s most successful Aboriginal male models. He represented Australia in @mrworld.official in the Philippines. Representing his cultural roots, Jony chose to wear a robe displaying the Aboriginal flag with message “free the flag” but was asked to remove it by organisers who viewed it as being too political, creating international headlines. He will be branching into comedy in #2020 after he was one of the stand-outs from @hardknockknocks Comedy workshops 🎤 2020 will be an exciting year for Jony and JWM is #proud to have Jony join the family. For bookings: jason@williamsonmgt.com
New artist announcement 📣 We are excited to announce that @apollojacksonofficial has joined the #JWM team. Apollo exploded onto Aussie TV screens in 2017 as one of the contestants on The @bacheloretteau. As one of the most charming suitors for @sophiemonk backed with a starring appearance in 2018’s @bachelorinparadiseau 🏝️ A world-class magician 🎩 Apollo, is also a talented multi-instrumentalist and vocalist 🎤 Dubbed as Australia’s answer to Dynamo. Apollo’s close up magic shows, death-defying escapes and large-scale illusions continue to entertain and enthrall audiences bringing a whole new dynamic to #australianentertainment We are incredible excited to be working with Apollo and excited by this young artists passion for his craft. Keep an eye on Apollo in #2020, amazing things are yet to come!
ANNOUNCEMENT: We have been working very hard to bring you our new website and rebrand for #JWM. To best support our talent and step into the future 🎭🎤🎬 CHECK OUT our new site to see the talent we represent, stay updated with all the JWM news and connect to an agent for talent enquires. 👆👆👆 link in bio 🍾
🎤WE ARE VERY EXCITED TO ANNOUNCE @mitchtambo HAS BEEN SELECTED AS ONE OF THE TOP ARTIST WHO COULD REPRESENT AUSTRALIA IN THE WORLD'S BIGGET LIVE MUSIC EVENT🎤 @eurovision. Showing on 7TH & 8TH OF FEB 2020. Official release below👇🏼👇🏼 Today, @sbs_australia revealed two more artists vying for the top spot. Rising First Nations artist @mitchtambo multi award winning singer-songwriter and actor iOTA will join previously announced artists Casey Donovan and Vanessa Amorosi and six more acts yet to be announced. Mitch Tambo said: “I’m thrilled to be part of Eurovision Australia Decides in 2020 and to get the chance to perform on the world’s biggest stage. Eurovision songs often mix elements of traditional and contemporary sounds, which is exactly what I set out to do in my own music. Most importantly, it brings different cultures together all under the banner of music, which is beautiful thing!” iOTA said: “I'm not your typical music competition kind of guy, but I am attracted to the Eurovision Song Contest for the colour and movement… music and performance… light and shade… creativity and self-expression… singing and working an audience.”
Happy Birthday to our @marcuscorowa wish you all the best on the day celebrating you💫We are #proud to support an amazing Australian artist and so excited to see you in the @brannuedaemusical next year 💥✨🍾 #music #musician #australianmusic #musicaltheatre #talent #birthday #australiantheatre