Award winning and most beautiful Anne Ojales Curtis-Smith also known as Anne Curtis-Smith or simply Anne Curtis is a Filipino-Australian actress, television host, recording artist, and VJ in the Philippines. Recent study has shown her net worth to be around $19.69 million dollars.
Curtis had starred in several television series, which include Hiram (2004–2005), Kampanerang Kuba (2005), Maging Sino Ka Man (2006–2007) and Dyosa (2008), and has hosted the noontime show It's Showtime. As of 2014, she portrays the iconic Komiks character Dyesebel in Mars Ravelo's Dyesebel.
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).
Throughout her career, she has received a Metro Manila Film Festival Award, three FAMAS Award nominations (winning one), three PMPC Star Award for Movies nominations, two Luna Award nominations (winning one), and six PMPC Star Award for TV nominations (winning two).
To the accord to her career startup, in 2004, Curtis moved from GMA 7 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. 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. 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. In 2013, Curtis, along with Kris Aquino and Robin Padilla, led the drama series, Kailangan Ko'y Ikaw. 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.