Anh Do ​(born 2 June 1977) is a Vietnamese ­born Australian author, comedian and artist.

He has appeared on many Australian TV shows such as Thank God You’re Here, Good News Week, Anh Does Vietnam, he was runner­ up on Dancing With The Stars in 2007 and most recently the outstanding, Anh Do’s brush with fame.

His first book, ‘The Happiest Refugee’, won Australian Book Of The Year and each of his ‘Weir Do’ children’s book series have been national bestsellers.

As an artist, Anh has won numerous awards and in 2014 he was selected as a finalist for The Archibald Prize.

Each year he tours Australia performing his comedy show, ‘The Happiest Refugee Live’. He is also an in demand corporate speaker.
Anh studied a combined Business Law degree at the University of Technology, Sydney.

He is the brother of film director Khoa Do and has acted in several of Khoa’s films, including Footy Legends, which he co­-wrote and produced.

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