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Artist Profile - Anne Foy

Northern (English), Yorkshire

Age Ranges
Teens, Twenties

Voice Types
Modern/Youthful/Contemporary, Natural/Fresh, Presenters, Quirky/Interesting/Unique, Upbeat/Energy

Originally from Yorkshire, Anne has been a regular face on CBBC from the age of 15. Her first experience was when she auditioned for a children's show called “DIY TV”. She didn't land the job but was spotted by a CBBC Producer and in 2001 Anne hit our screens in hidden camera show, “Stitch Up”. In between causing mayhem on the streets and dressing in a series of ridiculous costumes, Anne also starred in CBBC’s sitcom “Bad Penny” playing the lead role. It wasn’t long before CBBC asked her to guest present their summer location tour in 2003, with Anne becoming a full time face on CBBC in early 2004.

Anne has been working hard ever since to entertain viewers. Some of her many highlights so far include appearing in "Tracy Beaker", dancing in the Pans People tribute band for Blue Peter's "Top of The Pops" celebration, performing alongside Jerry Hall for the Queen's 80th Birthday and reporting live from Wimbledon on a daily basis. She also went behind the scenes at Comic Relief, interviewing people such as Jonathan Ross (who pointed out he was wearing shoes older than her).

Anne was recently a presenter on Al Gore’s award winning Current TV – bringing news and entertainment to young adults. 

Anne's latest presenting role is on Cartoon Network where you can find her from 4pm every weekday.

Anne's voice work includes 4Music, Geox, numerous radio comedies and narrating stories for BBC7.