Anh Do


Vietnamese-born Anh Do is a celebrated Australian actor, comedian, and award-winning author.

He has appeared on many Australian series including long-running medical drama television series All Saints, one of Australia’s most-loved dramas Seachange, and Blue Water High. 

Anh appeared in the highly acclaimed Little Fish, starring Cate Blanchet, Sam Neil, and Hugo Weaving, in the role of Tran. Set in Sydney, the film centred on  a former drug addict trying to escape her past and was nominated for 13 Australian Film Institute Awards.  

Anh starred in Footy Legends as Luc Vu, a young Vietnamese Australian man with an obsession about rugby league football. He co-wrote the script with his brother Khoa Do who also directed the film.

Other Australian film and series credits include Crooked Business, Solo, Kick, Double the Fist, and the much-loved comedy series, Pizza. 

The celebrated stand-up comedian starred in the 2-part travel show Anh Does Vietnam, which saw Do returning to Vietnam to re-discover the land of his birth.  Following the success of Anh Does Vietnam, he also hosted his Olympic special, Made in China with Anh Do. 

Anh made regular guest appearances on Thank God You’re Here, Spicks and Specks, Rove, and The Footy Show. In 2007, he was runner-up on Dancing with the Stars

For 6 seasons, he hosted Anh's Brush with Fame on ABC TV where he interviewed prominent Australians.

Anh has been four times a finalist in the Archibald Prize and won the 2017 People's Choice Award.

Anh authored the award-winning autobiography The Happiest Refugee. The mesmerising story recounts his perilous childhood journey in a tiny boat from war-torn Vietnam during which his entire family almost died. The autobiographical triumph was the 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.