Anthony Field Kember
Anthony Donald Joseph Field
8 May 1963
Gosford, New South Wales, Australia
|Occupation||Musician, actor, songwriter, producer|
|Net worth||$20 Million|
Michaela Patisteas (m. 2003)
|Relatives||Paul Field (brother)|
John Field (brother)
Mary Kember (sister)
|Family||Field Family & Kember Family|
Anthony Donald Joseph Field, AM (born May 8, 1963) is an Australian musician, actor, songwriter and producer. He is best known as a member of the children's group The Wiggles and the 1980s and 1990s pop band The Cockroaches. While still a teenager, he helped found The Cockroaches with his brothers, Paul and John. The Cockroaches recorded two albums and enjoyed moderate success, interrupted by Field's service in Australia's regular army, until they disbanded in the late 1980s.
Field attended Macquarie University to receive training in early childhood education. He founded The Wiggles with fellow students Murray Cook, Greg Page and former bandmate Jeff Fatt in 1991. He worked as a preschool teacher for two years before the success of The Wiggles led him to focus on children's music full-time. Despite Field's strong dislike of touring, The Wiggles became one of the most successful and active groups in Australia. Field, who wore blue while performing with the group, was responsible for the production aspects of their stage and television shows, CDs, and DVDs. His issues with chronic pain and depression, which almost forced him out of the group at the height of their success, are well-documented.
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