Annette Melton is an Australian actress and model.
Her natural beauty, talent and skill set has seen her work in TV series, short films, high profile music videos, global TV commercials, featured on the cover of magazines, national print campaigns and hosted numerous media events for TV, stage and online. Her work has taken her to Europe, America across Australia and New Zealand.
Annette has trained in screen acting, theatre, voice, accents, voice-overs, TV presenting for screen/stage and screen combat fighting.
Currently based in Sydney.
In 2006 her mixed beauty and charasmatic personality earned her the position to tour around Australia and New Zealand as the official face and stage host of the Autosalon Show Series for two years.
Following this role, Annette was selected as the new iconic Australian 'Chiko Chick'. The ad campaign was shot beach-side, in the laid back town of Byron Bay. Adding another two year contract to her resume as the new brand ambassador. Duties included travel, photo calls, events, appearences, media, hosting, signings and meet and greet days.
In 2009 while reporting for Poker News, Annette was handpicked by 888 Poker. During this time she was flown to Europe the US and frequented Melbourne's Crown Casino covering all the major poker tournaments, interviewing celebrities, high profile poker players and producing content for '888 Behind the Scenes'. She was also cast in the TV series 'Girl Racers', filmed in New Zealand.
2010 saw her transition onto the small screen as a TV presenter. The first season of Motive TV aired on Fuel TV (Foxtel). And another two year role hosting 'Motorvision TV' for NineMSN followed. She was also cast as the hero girl in Stan Walker's music video 'Choose You'.
With Annette's profile on the rise in 2011, Ministry of Sound selected her as the next 'Maximum Bass Girl'. She fronted the national TVC, editorials and album cover.
In 2012 Annette secured her first TV series. A lead role in Crime Investigation's US TV Series, Deadly Women. She played Regina DeFrancisco, a convicted teenage killer. She was also cast as the hero girl in Johnny Ruffo's music video 'Take it Home'.
Most recently, Annette has been busy auditioning for major US films and TV Series. And continues to book roles as an actress, TV presenter and model. See 'News' for details.
Annette Melton is represented by Kermond Management.