Anh Do is one of Sydney’s favourite actors and stand-up comedians. this guy’s bagged all the comedy awards around town, including the Sydney comedian of the year, and appeared multiple times on “rove live” and “the footy show”.
You might have seen him as a regular actor on the channel nine show “don’t blame me”, or as a guest on seachange, all saints, or pizza, or even in those cornetto ads. he has recently won a role acting opposite Kate blanchette in the movie “little fish”.
Then there’s “footy legends”, a feature film backed by Mel Gibson’s production company icon. Anh co-wrote “footy legends” and will also play the lead role. The film is scheduled to start filming in March 2005.
In 2003 Anh co-produced with his brother the film “the finished people”. the film, described by Margaret pomeranz as ‘one of the best Australian films of the year’ was officially selected for the Montreal international film festival and released by Dendy in Australia to rave reviews.
Anh has been a sketch writer for the sbs program, “life support”. his other television writing credits include being sitcom head writer for “westy ninja” (Granada – 2002/03).
Anh is still one of the most sought after stand-up comedians still on the circuit today and has performed every major comedy venue in Australia and New Zealand, recently entertaining sell-out audiences at the Sydney opera house. he is a favourite also with corporate clients such as the commonwealth bank, and hallmark cards, amongst many others and right at the end of the biography (cos its something he doesn’t like to admit), in 1999 Anh completed a bachelor of business and a bachelor of laws at the university of technology, Sydney.