Blessed with the gift of song, a captivating screen presence, and a way with words, Ann Christine is quickly becoming the next force to be reckoned with in the entertainment industry. Since her screen debut in Judd Apatow’s 2005 film, The 40-Year-Old Virgin, where she was in several dance sequences, Ann’s career has taken off running. The bi-lingual, triple-threat performer (she also speaks French) was next cast in Brett Ratner’s Rush Hour 3 as the feisty French cabaret dancer in the dressing room scene with Chris Tucker.
In 2008, Ann launched A. C. & Co., LLC, her first entertainment company. Then Ann teamed up with music producer, Kofi, to create her first pop song “DiNG,” and soon thereafter Ann produced an upbeat and exuberant music video to accompany it. Kofi brings his expertise and experience from working for over 10 years with legendary music producer David Foster. Ann also had the pleasure of working with Foster when she sang on Whitney Houston’s 2009 album “I Look to You.” Ann is currently at work on her upcoming album to accompany her first single.
Ann can also be heard in many voice-overs, including recently The Princess Bride Video Game, Star Wars: The Old Republic (to be released in 2011), and Zombies!, to name a few, as well as various radio spots. She has been delighting audiences with her voice talent for over a decade. In her teens she began doing voiceover in Seattle, where she first started looping, and was also the teen voice of Lamonts, and the voice of Florette in the popular CD-Rom series Pajama Sam’s.