TV Presenter

Anna Choy's versatility as a reporter is clearly evident on the science and technology program 'Beyond Tomorrow', where she covered innovations and breakthroughs in all areas of life. In addition to her overseas shooting commitments, Anna wrote and researched for 'Beyond Tomorrow' in Sydney.
In 2013, Anna presented 'Change My Race', an observational documentary commissioned by SBS about the rise of ethnic cosmetic surgery in Australia. Anna's thought-provoking insights and emotional investment earned her high praise on social media.
Anna is comfortable presenting live, in studio and on location. As a Weather Reporter for Sky News Weather in 2016, she regularly presented live-to-air without autocue. It’s no wonder she is adept at ‘thinking on her feet’; she ‘earned her stripes’ during five years as a host on Channel 7’s daily children’s shows, 'The Big Arvo' and 'The Big Breakfast'.


At the age of 10, Anna portrayed 'Rose' in Cassidy, a two-part ABC mini series, directed by Carl Schultz. Anna appeared alongside Aussie greats, David Wenham, Arthur Dignam and Steve Bisley, when she was cast in the lead role of 'Kumiko' in Film Australia/NHK’s futuristic productions 'Escape from Jupiter' and 'Return from Jupiter'.
Anna completed a Characterization Course at NIDA and voice over training with the Australian Film Television and Radio School.

Sydney MC

Anna is an articulate and intelligent professional MC. She is equally comfortable hosting glamorous corporate launches, casual community celebrations and formal presentation ceremonies. Some of her MC'ing highlights include hosting a BBQ on the Flight Deck of the battleship in Sydney Harbour and compering the launch of the China Construction Bank in Australia.
Anna's sensitive and thoughtful comments on stage reflect the many roles she's held 'behind the scenes' working in government coordination for major events such as Vivid Sydney, the World Rally Championships and New Year's Eve. She is an entertaining and spontaneous MC who keeps proceedings moving along.