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Anh Do, author. (Author categories: Local Australian, Children's Book)

Anh Do

One of Australia's most recognisable comedians from the big screen to the best selling book The Happiest Refugee (winner of 2011 Indie Book of the Year Award and the 2011 Dymocks Book of the Year Award) Anh is one of the most in demand speakers and comedians for corporate events across Australia.

After treading the boards on the comedy circuit and bagging all the comedy awards around town including the Sydney Comedian of the Year Anh Do is an accomplished writer actor producer and of course stand-up comedian. Seen on TV shows that feature comedians including Thank God You're Here, Rove Live, The Matty Johns Show, The Footy Show, Spicks and Specks, Seachange, Good News Week and All Saints.

As an accomplished actor in 2006 saw the release of Footy Legends in which Anh was the star along-side Claudia Karvan and Matthew Johns.

Even though he is a terrible dancer Anh got to the grand final ofDancing with the Stars being a huge favourite with the voting home audience. This success saw him offered his own TV showMade in China with Anh Do, an Olympics special which rated through the roof. Anh has more of his own TV projects in the pipeline.

Anh is still one of the most sought after stand-up comedians in Australia. His completely clean material and friendly stage manner makes him one of Australia's most popular corporate comedians having entertained clients ranging from The Commonwealth Bank to Hallmark Cards to IBM. He is used again and again as an MC and comic by many companies who enjoy the warmth and joy he brings to an evening.

Anh is Vietnamese by birth. He arrived in Australia as a 2½ year old after surviving a harrowing journey on an 8.5m fishing boat with 45 other refugees. Such was the determination of his family to make a new life away from the persecution of his homeland (family members had fought alongside US and Australian forces and were sent to ''re-education'' camps after the fall of Saigon) Anh and his brother threw themselves into their new lives with enormous gusto. Such is their combined success his brother Khao (Kwa) Do was named Young Australian of The Year in 2005.

Anh Do is a world class performer with an amazing tale to tell. His clean fresh humour suits all ages. Don't miss it!

''...he's riveting and very funny'"- The Melbourne Age 2008