Anne Curtis Filmography

Anne Curtis

Country: Philippines
Nationality: Australian, Filipino
Date of birth: February 17, 1985
Birthplace: Yarrawonga, Victoria, Australia

Anne Curtis-Smith is a Filipino-Australian actress, model, television host, entrepreneur, and recording artist. Dubbed as Asia’s Multimedia Superstar, she is recognized as one of the most successful celebrities of the 21st century in the Philippines. She is the first Filipina celebrity to reach 20 million followers on Instagram, amassing millions on other social media as well.

Curtis has received numerous accolades throughout her career, including two FAMAS Awards, a Luna Award, two Metro Manila Film Festival Awards, and five PMPC Star Awards for Television. Additionally, she has also been nominated for two Gawad Urian Awards and eight PMPC Star Awards for Movies. Regarded as one of the most influential celebrities in the Philippines, Forbes Asia named her as one of the top 100 digital stars in the Asia-Pacific region. As of 2021, she remains as the Philippines’ top Instagram personality with over 17 million followers and is also the 4th most followed Filipino celebrity on Facebook with over 18 million followers. She was also the first Filipino to reach 14 million followers on Twitter and is currently the second most followed Filipino celebrity on the platform. Elsewhere, Curtis was also the number one Instagram influencer in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

Curtis has also starred in several films, including the box-office hits Baler (2008), No Other Woman (2011), A Secret Affair (2012), The Gifted (2014), Sid & Aya: Not a Love Story (2018), and The Mall, The Merrier (2019). She is the third highest-grossing Filipino actress (9th overall) of the 2010s decade with her films grossing over Php 1.5 billion in box-office receipts. Furthermore, she has since starred in several hit television series, including Hiram (2004–2005), Kampanerang Kuba (2005), Maging Sino Ka Man (2006–2007), Dyosa (2008), Green Rose (2011) and Kailangan Ko’y Ikaw (2013). In 2014, she portrayed the iconic Komiks character Dyesebel in Mars Ravelo’s Dyesebel. She is also one of the main hosts of the noontime variety show It’s Showtime (2009–2020, 2022–present).

Anne Curtis Details:

Full NameAnne Curtis-Smith
Other names Anne Curtis Heussaff
Date of Birth17 February 1985
BirthplaceYarrawonga, Victoria, Australia
Current ResidencePhilippines & Australia
Birthday17 February
Height5 ft 6 in (168 cm)
Weight62 kg (approx)
Hair ColorBrown
Eyes ColorBrown
SpouseErwan Heussaff ​(married. 2017)​
Children Dahlia Amélie Heussaff
Years active 1997–present
Agent Viva Artists Agency (1997–present)
HobbiesTraveling, Shopping, Reading, Food,

Anne Curtis Early Life and Education:

Anne Ojales Curtis-Smith was born in Yarrawonga, Victoria, Australia, the daughter of Carmencita Ojales, a Filipina from Bolinao, Pangasinan, and James Ernest Curtis-Smith, an Australian lawyer. Her father married Ojales in 1982. Her younger sister, Jasmine, is also an actress. On their father’s side, they had a half-sister named Clare who died in 2007 due to a cardiovascular disease at four months old.

Anne Curtis Biography, Movies, Age, Husband, Children, Education, Facts, Family, Net Worth, Photos

In 1997, at the age of 12, Curtis, who is half-Filipino, visited her mother’s relatives in the Philippines with her family. During this trip, a talent scout approached her, inviting her to enter a children’s beauty pageant. Despite initial skepticism from her father, Curtis, with her mother’s support, decided to explore opportunities in the entertainment industry. Without her father’s knowledge, she began attending various talent agencies. Eventually, the family made the decision to stay permanently in the Philippines. At the time, Curtis faced the challenge of not being able to speak or understand the Filipino language, prompting her to enroll in language classes.

Anne Curtis Career:

In 1997, Curtis had her film debut in Magic Kingdom: Ang Alamat ng Damortis. Afterward, she signed with Viva Films and GMA Network. Her first television appearance was in the drama series, Ikaw na Sana. She was also part of the teen-oriented show, T.G.I.S..

From 1998 to 2003, Curtis had a string of minor and supporting roles in films such as Honey, My Love… So Sweet, Ika-13 Kapitulo, Juan & Ted: Wanted and in television shows May Bukas Pa, Beh Bote Nga, Anna Karenina, and Idol Ko si Kap.

In 2004, Anne Curtis made a significant career move from GMA Network to ABS-CBN, a decision she described as majorly life-changing. Her debut project with the network was the drama series Hiram, where she starred alongside industry veterans Dina Bonnevie and Kris Aquino. Curtis also joined the popular variety show “ASAP” as a host and performer during this time.

The turning point in Curtis’ career came in 2005 when she landed the lead role in the fantasy television series Kampanerang Kuba, directed by Wenn V. Deramas. She further showcased her versatility by hosting the reality show Qpids alongside Luis Manzano and appearing in a segment on the talk show The Buzz called Wanna Buzz.

Continuing her successful streak, Curtis co-hosted the second kids’ season of the reality talent competition Star Circle Quest with Luis Manzano in 2006. She also starred in several notable projects including the romantic drama All About Love and the supernatural horror film Wag Kang Lilingon. Her portrayal of Celine Magsaysay in the drama series Maging Sino Ka Man earned her critical acclaim and her first acting nomination at the PMPC Star Awards for TV.

In 2007, Curtis collaborated again with Wenn V. Deramas for the comedy film Ang Cute Ng Ina Mo and starred in the romantic series Sineserye Presents: May Minamahal. She also reprised her role in the second installment of Maging Sino Ka Man. Additionally, Curtis ventured into hosting as a video jockey for MTV Philippines.

The following year, Curtis showcased her acting prowess in two romantic dramas: When Love Begins and the Metro Manila Film Festival entry Baler, for which she won the Best Actress award. She also starred in the fantasy series Dyosa, where she played four different characters, earning her the moniker Dyosa of Philippine show business.

In 2009, Curtis became the main host of the morning show Showtime! and starred in the romantic comedy series The Wedding. Her hosting stint earned her a nomination for Best Talent Search Program Host at the PMPC Star Awards for TV.

Curtis continued her success in 2010 with roles in the romantic comedy film Babe, I Love You, and the romantic drama In Your Eyes, for which she received accolades including the Best Supporting Actress award at the Luna Awards.

In 2011, Anne Curtis starred in several notable projects including the Philippine adaptation of Green Rose and the comedy film Who’s That Girl? She also gained significant acclaim for her role in the box-office hit No Other Woman, earning accolades such as the Box-Office Queens award and Best Actress titles at the Gawad Pasado Awards and FAMAS Awards. Additionally, Curtis ventured into music with her debut album Annebisyosa, which achieved gold and platinum status within months of its release.

The following year, Curtis embarked on her first solo concert tour and continued her success with projects like It’s Showtime and the romantic drama A Secret Affair, garnering recognition for her hosting skills and acting prowess. In 2013, she led the cast of the drama series Kailangan Ko’y Ikaw.

Subsequent years saw Curtis starring in various films and TV shows, including the title role in Dyesebel and the romantic drama Sid & Aya: Not a Love Story, where she received critical acclaim and multiple Best Actress nominations. In 2019, she starred in the box-office hit Just a Stranger and the successful Metro Manila Film Festival entry The Mall, The Merrier alongside Vice Ganda.

In 2020, Curtis took a hiatus from her career to focus on her pregnancy and married life, but returned to It’s Showtime in 2022. Most recently, she participated in Magpasikat 2023, securing the second runner-up position and donating her winnings to charity along with her teammates Ryan and Ogie.

Other ventures

Charitable and philanthropic work

In March 2015, Curtis became a celebrity advocate for UNICEF Philippines, having been a supporter of the organization since 2009. As an advocate, she visited parts of Leyte that were devastated by Typhoon Yolanda in 2013 to meet with children and families affected by the typhoon and observe recovery operations.

In October 2015, Curtis launched a marathon called the “Heroes for Children Run” to benefit UNICEF’s “1,000 Days of Life” campaign.

In 2019, she became UNICEF’s National Goodwill Ambassador.


In February 2016, Curtis launched her first written work, a children’s book entitled Anita, The Duckling Diva in collaboration with UNICEF Philippines.


In September 2017, Curtis launched her makeup line in the Philippines, BLK Cosmetics. In 2020, Curtis launched Recess, an activewear brand, with friend Isabelle Daza. In 2021, she also launched Tili Dahli, a babywear brand she co-owns with sister-in-law Solenn Heussaff.

Anne Curtis Personal Life:

Anne Curtis Biography, Movies, Age, Husband, Children, Education, Facts, Family, Net Worth, Photos

Anne Curtis dated several actors in the past namely Chubi del Rosario, Oyo Boy Sotto, Paolo Araneta, Richard Gutierrez, Luis Manzano, and Sam Milby.

In December 2016, Curtis became engaged to her longtime boyfriend, restaurateur and food blogger Erwan Heussaff; they were married on 12 November 2017 in Queenstown, New Zealand. Curtis gave birth to their child, Dahlia Amélie on 2 March 2020. The name “Dahlia” is said to be taken from the name of Curtis’ character in her 1997 debut film, Magic Kingdom: Ang Alamat ng Damortis.

Anne Curtis Filmography:

Anne Curtis Movies:

YearTitleRoleProduction company
2019Just a StrangerMaeViva Films
2019UnforgettableNurse GemViva Films, The IdeaFirst Company
2019The Mall, The MerrierMorisette MolinaStar Cinema, Viva Films
2018Sid & Aya: Not a Love StoryAyaViva Films, N2 Productions
2018BuyBustNina ManiganViva Films, Reality Entertainment
2018AuroraLeanaViva Films, Aliud Entertainment
2016Bakit Lahat ng Gwapo may Boyfriend?KylieViva Films
2014The GiftedZoe Tuazon / JoeyViva Films, MVP Entertainment
2014Blood RansomCrystalTectonic Films, Viva Films
2012A Secret AffairRafaela “Rafi” DelgadoViva Films
2011Who’s That Girl?Elizabeth Pedroza
2011No Other WomanKara ZalderiagaStar Cinema, Viva Films
2010Babe, I Love YouSandra “Sasa” SanchezStar Cinema, Viva Films
2010In Your EyesJulia Delos SantosViva Films, GMA Films
2010Petrang KabayoKalesa PassengerViva Films
2009Ang PandayAdoraGMA Films, Imus Productions
2008When Love BeginsMichelle “Mitch” Valmonte
2008BalerFeliza ReyesViva Films
2007Ang Cute Ng Ina MoChristine Outback
2006All About LoveBadongStar Cinema
2006Wag Kang LilingonMelissa / NinaStar Cinema, Viva Films
2003LastikmanYoung LindaOctoArts Films, M-Zet Productions
2003Alab ng LahiUnknownFPJ Productions
2003FilipinasLyraViva Films
2002Mahal Kita, Final AnswerNanette
2002Akala MoRhea
2000Ika-13 KapituloAngela
2000Juan & Ted: WantedHazel
1999Honey My Love… So SweetAprilViva Films
1999Ikaw LamangCecil
1998Tulak ng Bibig, Kabig ng DibdibShirleyViva Films, FLT Films International
1997Magic Kingdom: Ang Alamat ng DamortisDahlia “Lil” MacapagalViva Films

Anne Curtis TV Series / Web Series:

2024 It’s Okay to Not Be OkayTBATBA
2023Drag Race PhilippinesGuest judge
WOW Presents Plus
2019Maalaala Mo KayaMarrz BalaoroABS-CBN
2016FPJ’s Ang ProbinsyanoKatrina “Trina” TrinidadABS-CBN
2016I Love OPMMain HostABS-CBN
2016We Love OPMMain HostABS-CBN
2014Mars Ravelo’s DyesebelBeatriz “Dyesebel” Reyes-MontillaABS-CBN
2013Kailangan Ko’y IkawRuth ManriqueABS-CBN
2011Green RoseAngela TuazonABS-CBN
2011100 Days to HeavenTagabantay (Welgista)ABS-CBN
2010MagpasikatMain HostABS-CBN
2009–presentIt’s ShowtimeMain HostABS-CBN
2009 & 2010May Bukas PaCarla SandovalABS-CBN
2009The WeddingCandice de MenesABS-CBN
2007–2008Maging Sino Ka Man: Ang PagbabalikCeline Magsaysay-BerenguerABS-CBN
2007Sineserye Presents: May MinamahalMonica Fernandez-TagleABS-CBN
2006–2007Maging Sino Ka ManCeline Magsaysay-BerenguerABS-CBN
2006; 2008Love SpellRowena / Rina / PearlABS-CBN
2006; 2007Your SongAna / Lalaine / AllisonABS-CBN
2006KomiksBeba / AthenaABS-CBN
2006Star Circle QuestHostABS-CBN
2005–2006The BuzzSegment PresenterABS-CBN
2005Kampanerang KubaFatima “Imang” De Vera / BernadetteABS-CBN
2004- presentASAPCo-Host / PerformerABS-CBN
2004; 2006Maalaala Mo KayaJing / Myra Mirinda Manibog / Monie / ErikaABS-CBN
2004–2005HiramStephanie BorromeoABS-CBN
2004Eat Bulaga!Co-HostGMA Network
2003Idol Ko si KapGemmaGMA Network
2003Love to LoveCasey de LeonGMA Network
2003MagpakailanmanAnnabelle RamaGMA Network
2003Ang Iibigin Ay Ikaw Pa RinRosanna LuarcaGMA Network
2002–2003Ang Iibigin Ay IkawRosanna LuarcaGMA Network
2001–2002Anna KareninaGinnyGMA Network
2001–2002Beh Bote NgaGenie FerGMA Network
2000–2001May Bukas PaBea MiguelIBC, RPN
2000H2K Hati-Hating KapatidUrsulaIBC
1997–1999T.G.I.S.Emily / EmGMA Network
1997–1998Ikaw Na SanaJasmineGMA Network

Anne Curtis Discography:

Studio albums

TitleAlbum detailsCertifications
Forever YoungRelease date: 4 March 2016
Label: Viva Records
Formats: CD, Digital download
The Forbidden AlbumRelease date: 2014
Label: Viva Records
Formats: CD, Digital download
AnnebisyosaRelease date: 15 September 2011
Label: Viva Records
Formats: CD, Digital download
PARI: Platinum

Compilation albums

Title Album details
Showtime: The AlbumRelease date: 15 October 2010
Label: Star Records
Formats: CD, Digital download

Anne Curtis Photos:

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