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Anne Curtis (Anne Curtis Smith) was born on 17 February, 1985 in Yarrawonga, Australia, is a Filipino-Australian actress, model, television host, VJ and recording artist. Discover Anne Curtis's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of networth at the age of 39 years old?

Popular As Anne Curtis-Smith
Occupation Actress, television host, Model
Age 39 years old
Zodiac Sign Aquarius
Born 17 February, 1985
Birthday 17 February
Birthplace Yarrawonga, Victoria, Australia

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Anne Curtis Height, Weight & Measurements

At 39 years old, Anne Curtis height is 5 ft 6 in .

Physical Status
Height 5 ft 6 in
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Who Is Anne Curtis's Husband?

Her husband is Erwan Heussaff (m. 12 November 2017)

Parents Not Available
Husband Erwan Heussaff (m. 12 November 2017)
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Children Dahlia Amélie Heusaff

Anne Curtis Net Worth

Her net worth has been growing significantly in 2022-2023. So, how much is Anne Curtis worth at the age of 39 years old? Anne Curtis’s income source is mostly from being a successful Actress. She is from . We have estimated Anne Curtis's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2023 $1 Million - $5 Million
Salary in 2023 Under Review
Net Worth in 2022 Pending
Salary in 2022 Under Review
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Source of Income Actress

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In December 2016, Curtis became engaged to her longtime boyfriend, restaurateur and food blogger Erwan Heussaff; they got married in 2017. Curtis gave birth to the couple's child, Dahlia Amélie on 2 March 2020. Some netizens say that the name "Dahlia" was the name of Anne's character in her 1997 movie Magic Kingdom.


In September 2017, Anne Curtis launched her makeup line in the Philippines, BLK cosmetics.


In 2015, the 'Kuyakoy' moves of Curtis started to become viral online then eventually called as the ‘Kuyakoy Queen’. In 2016, she became the host of I Love OPM, alongside Erik Nicolas, a singing competition which involves foreign people. She also guested in FPJ's Ang Probinsyano with Christopher de Leon

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 Haiyan (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 February 2016, Curtis announced that she had written a children's book entitled Anita, The Duckling Diva in collaboration with UNICEF Philippines.


Curtis' projects in 2014 included her playing the title role in ABS-CBN's adaptation of Mars Ravelo's Dyesebel, comedy film The Gifted and her second studio album The Forbidden. She had her second solo concert titled 'The Forbidden Concert Annekapal' in May at the Smart Araneta Coliseum.


In 2013, Curtis, along with Kris Aquino and Robin Padilla, led the drama series, Kailangan Ko'y Ikaw.


On 28 January 2012, Curtis staged her first solo concert entitled Annebisyosa: No Other Concert World Tour at the Smart Araneta Coliseum. The concert was also in celebration of her 15th year in show business. Vhong Navarro, Luis Manzano, Vice Ganda, Rico Blanco, Ira Cruz, Sam Milby, Derek Ramsay, Cristine Reyes Afterwards, several provincial concerts were held. She also performed internationally in cities such as Hong Kong and California. Also in 2012, Curtis' show Showtime replaced Happy Yipee Yehey! in the noontime slot. She also starred in the movie, A Secret Affair, which earned her third FAMAS Award for Best Actress nomination.


She also starred in several films like No Other Woman (2011), which grossed Php 278 million at the box office and her role in the film earned her a FAMAS Award for Best Actress. Her other box-office hit films include Babe, I Love You (2010) and A Secret Affair (2012). Her other critically lauded roles were in the films Baler (2008) and In Your Eyes (2010).

In 2011, she starred in the Philippine adaptation of the Korean series, Green Rose. where she starred again with Jericho Rosales. She also topbilled the film Who's That Girl?, which served as her reunion movie with Luis Manzano. Although a confessed non-singer, Curtis launched her debut album, Annebisyosa, under Viva Records, on 25 September 2011. She asked for her bosses to release her album, as it is one of her dreams. She described her album as "super fun" and "not serious." She also stated that people should listen at their own risk. In October 2011, the album reached the gold status, as it sold 10,000 copies. Curtis cried while receiving the gold record award. The album reached the Platinum status in December 2011. On 28 September 2011, her film No Other Woman, which also starred Derek Ramsay and Cristine Reyes, was released. It grossed Php 100 million in five days. The film became the highest-grossing film in the Philippines, until it was beaten by The Unkabogable Praybeyt Benjamin. Her performance in the film lead her and co-star Cristine Reyes to be recognised as the Box Office Queens at the Guillermo Mendoza Memorial Foundation's Box-Office Entertainment Awards. She also won as the Pinakapasadong Aktres at the Gawad Pasado Awards and received a FAMAS Award for Best Actress. At PMPC Star Awards for Movies, she was nominated as Movie Actress of the Year.


In 2010, she starred in the film Babe, I Love You. The movie marked her first big-screen team-up with Sam Milby. Her second film for 2010 was In Your Eyes alongside Claudine Barretto and Richard Gutierrez. Her role in this film earned her a Luna Award for Best Supporting Actress and a Movie Actress of the Year nomination at the PMPC Star Awards for Movies.


She became one of the main hosts of the morning variety show, Showtime in 2009 which included Vhong Navarro, Kim Atienza and Vice Ganda. Also in 2009, she starred in the television series, The Wedding, with Zanjoe Marudo and Derek Ramsay.


In 2008, Curtis starred in When Love Begins, a romantic drama film where she was paired with Aga Muhlach. In July 2008, Curtis was announced to play the lead role in Baler, alongside Jericho Rosales. The film was an official entry to 2008 Metro Manila Film Festival. Her performance in the film was critically lauded, leading to a Metro Manila Film Festival Award for Best Actress. This marked Curtis' first acting award. She also received a FAMAS Award for Best Actress nomination, a PMPC Star Award for Movies for Movie Actress of the Year nomination, a Gawad PASADO Award for Pinakapasadong Aktress nomination, and a Luna Award for Best Actress nomination. Also in 2008, Curtis topbilled the television series Dyosa. She played four different characters in the said series. Because of her role in this series, she was dubbed as the "Dyosa" of Philippine Showbiz.


In 2006, Curtis, along with Luis Manzano, hosted Star Circle Summer Kid Quest. That same year, she starred in All About Love, a three-in-one love flick where she co-starred with John Lloyd Cruz, Bea Alonzo, Luis Manzano, Angelica Panganiban and Jason Abalos. She then filmed Wag Kang Lilingon with Kristine Hermosa. She portrayed Celine Magsaysay in the drama series Maging Sino Ka Man where she received raved reviews for her performance. and received a nomination for Best Drama Actress at the PMPC Star Awards for TV.


Curtis' big break came in 2005 when she won the title role in the television series Kampanerang Kuba. This marked her first collaboration with director Wenn V. Deramas. Curtis admitted that Deramas was eyeing another actress for the role, but she auditioned anyway. In this project, she got the chance to work with veteran actresses Eula Valdez and Jean Garcia. Curtis then hosted the reality show Qpids with Luis Manzano, and a segment in The Buzz called Wannabuzz.


Curtis starred in several television series, including Hiram (2004–2005), Kampanerang Kuba (2005), Maging Sino Ka Man (2006–2007), Dyosa (2008), The Wedding (2009), Green Rose (2011) and Kailangan Ko'y Ikaw (2013). She has also been a host of the noontime show It's Showtime (2009–2020). In 2014, she portrayed the iconic Komiks character Dyesebel in Mars Ravelo's Dyesebel.

In 2004, Curtis moved from GMA Network to ABS-CBN, stating the move "majorly life changing." She then acted alongside Dina Bonnevie and Kris Aquino in Hiram, which aired until 2005. Aside from Hiram, Curtis also joined ASAP as a host and as a performer.


Anne Curtis Smith-Heussaff (born 17 February 1985) is a Filipino-Australian actress, model, television host, VJ and recording artist in the Philippines. She is currently one of the hosts of the noontime variety show It's Showtime, which airs on ABS-CBN Entertainment.


Curtis 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 is a World War II veteran and married Carmencita 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. Curtis, being half-Filipino, would visit her mother's relatives in the Philippines with her family. In 1997, 12-year-old Curtis was approached by a talent scout to ask if she would like to enter a children's beauty pageant. Her father feared that it was a scam, while her mother wanted her to try it. Without her father's knowledge, Curtis then started to go to different talent agencies. By that time, she and her family decided to stay permanently in the Philippines. Curtis could not speak or understand the Filipino language at the time, and so had to take classes.