Annalise Braakensiek

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Annalise Braakensiek
Annalise Braakensiek 8.jpg
Born (1972-12-09) 9 December 1972 (age 42)
Sydney, Australia
Occupation Model,
Television actress
Spouse(s) Danny Goldberg

Annalise Braakensiek (born 9 December 1972) is an Australian model, actress,[1] and TV presenter.

Early life and education[edit]

Braakensiek was born in Sydney, New South Wales and speaks five languages; (she is fluent in both German and English, and can speak Dutch, Italian and Japanese).[citation needed]

A recognised covergirl and Logie Award nominee, Sydney-based Annalise is also a lingerie and jewellery designer, vegetarian chef and entrepreneur.

In August 2009 she launched "Annalise" as her first collection of lingerie specialising in larger cup sizes. Annalise designed each piece in the range.

Annalise’s credentials as a designer also include a double major in jewellery and sculpture from the University of NSW College of Fine Arts. Annalise launched her signature jewellery collection "Annalise" in 2012.

Her acclaimed role as "Claudia McPherson" on cult SBS comedy Pizza garnered Annalise a Logie Award nomination for Outstanding New Talent in a Comedy. She helped develop her character, co-writing dialogue and contributing to storyline development. The show itself went on to be nominated for four Logie awards.[citation needed]

She has also appeared on Home and Away, Heart Break High, and guest starred in many others. Annalise has appeared as a presenter on German MTV, and was co-host of UK television game show Play Your Cards Right.

She has made regular appearances in FHM and Ralph magazines, often ranking in their annual "Sexiest Women" lists. Her measurements are 36-24-36.

Scouted by a photographer on Bondi Beach at 16 years of age, Annalise has since been a model for big brands and photographers.

Her big break was the coveted Inside Sport Model of the Year in 1994, after which she went on to grace the magazine’s cover six times.

Annalise has also been featured on the cover of Cosmopolitan (US), Loaded (UK) and Maxim (Italy) to name a few.

She’s starred in numerous advertising campaigns for Guinness, shot by celebrity photographer Rankin, Nivea, La Perla, Lee, Levi’s, Toyota with Jackie Chan and more, and has featured on "Sexiest Woman Alive" lists.

Outside media and business commitments, Annalise willingly lends her time and energy to a number of cancer charities. Having lost her father to the disease, she works closely with the Starlight Foundation, Cancer Council and Olivia Newton-John Cancer Centre to raise vital money and awareness.[citation needed]

Filmography[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Australian Model Annalise Braakensiek strips off to save sheep". Sawf News. 10 March 2006. Retrieved 10 July 2012. 

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