Anni Finsterer

Anni is an Author, Actor, Voice Over Artist, Singer and Potential Realisation Coach, Facilitator and Keynote Speaker.

Her achievements include an Australian Film Institute Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in Three Acts of Murder, a Bachelor of Performing Arts, a Diploma of Education in Drama and English, Certification in Training & Assessment, Life Coaching Certification, Mental Health First Aid and Facilitation and Neuro Linguist Practitioner status.

As an Actor, Anni’s experience in theatre and film spans 30 years. She has performed across Independent and Mainstream stages in Sydney, Melbourne and Europe. HIghlights include playing Macbeth, Lady Macbeth, Cleopatra, Ishtar, and the Queen of Hearts, on stilts. As a screen actor Anni has accrued an eclectic collection of TV and Film credits. She has taught acting and drama for many years.

Feature films include I Met a Girl, The Flood, The True story of the Kelly Gang, Sweet Country, Teenage Kicks, Sleeping Beauty, The Boys Are Back, Prime Mover, Johnny Ghost. Short films include: My Empire of Dirt, Three Stories, Backpedal, Razniks Hunger, My First Panic and Wolf.

Recent TV roles include The Gloaming for Stan and Disney International, Harrow, Wentworth Series 7, the US TV series Reckoning, Rake, Secret City for Foxtel and Glitch for the ABC.

Anni is the Author of Radical Rock and Roll Resilience - a personal story of overcoming obstacles combined with strategies of how to live an empowered life.

She collaborated on the e-book, My Quarantine Companion and was a finalist for her play Girl Wild for the Rodney Seaborne Award 2018.

As a Speaker, Anni delivers key notes on Resilience and Potential Realisation. She is a Coach and Corporate Facilitator and sings with her band "Anni and gthe Electric Fins."

BLOODWOOD by Anni Finsterer
SCHOOL OF LIFE by Anni Finsterer
GIRL WILD by Anni Finsterer

We acknowledge that we live and create on unceded lands. We pay our respects to the First Peoples of Australia, and to their elders past, present and future.

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