Christine Anu

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Christine Anu
Background information
Born 15 March 1970 (1970-03-15) (age 44)
Origin Cairns, Queensland, Australia
Genres Pop
Occupations Singer
Songwriter
Actress
Years active 1992 – present
Labels Mushroom Records

Christine Anu (born 15 March 1970) is an Australian pop singer and actress. She studied dancing at National Aboriginal and Islander Skills Association (NAISDA) Dance College in Sydney.[1] She began to sing backing vocals with Australian band, Neil Murray and the Rainmakers.[1] Murray wrote the song "My Island Home", which became Anu's first big hit. Anu won an Australian Recording Industry Award (ARIA) for her first album, Stylin' Up.

Anu was born in Cairns, Queensland. Her mother is a Torres Strait Islander.[2][3]

Discography[change | change source]

  1. Wanem Time
  2. "Island Home" (released as a single)
  3. "San E Wireless"
  4. "Monkey & the Turtle" (released as a single)
  5. "Come On" (released as a single)
  6. "Rain"
  7. "Party" (released as a single)
  8. "Tama Oma"
  9. "Dive"
  10. "Stylin' Up"
  11. "Photograph"
  12. "Love That Heals"
  13. "Sik O"
  • Come My Way (2000)
    • Singles: Sunshine on a Rainy Day, Jump To Love, 'Coz I'm Free
  • 45 Degrees (2003)
    • Singles: Talk About Love
  • Acoustically (2005)
  • Chrissys Island Family (2007)

Acting/TV Career[change | change source]

Other websites[change | change source]

References[change | change source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 "Speaker Christine Anu Full Biography" (in English). ICMI Speakers and Entertainers. http://www.icmi.com.au/Entertainer/Celebrity_Singer/Christine_Anu/Biography. Retrieved 2010-06-15.
  2. "Christine Anu – Biography". BiggestStars.com. http://www.biggeststars.com/c/christine-anu-biography.html. Retrieved 2009-12-14.
  3. "Christine Anu". Who Do You Think You Are?. Special Broadcasting Service. SBS One. 2009-10-18. No. 4, season 2. 3:55 minutes in.