Kerrie Anne is an Australian Theatre performer, she began her career in music theatre in 2014 in the role of Eponine in Cameron Mackintosh’s Les Miserables Australia and was received with rave reviews and awarded the prestigious Helpmann Award for her portrail of the beloved character. Her performance has been enjoyed by audiences all over Australia and Asia. She went on to play Violet Hilton (one of the famous Siamese Twins) in SideShow at the Hayes Theatre Sydney and Cassandra in the Jon English Musical Paris: A Rock Odyssey.
In 2016 Kerrie Anne released her album Pictures and in 2018 began touring her concert, with the same title, Pictures: Songs from Movie Musicals, around Australia.
Before Les Miserables Kerrie Anne studied at the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) where she played the roles of The Witch (Into the Woods), Little Voice (The Rise and Fall of Little Voice), Smitty (How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying), Calliope (Xanadu), and The Gospel Singer (Violet). She also danced with contemporary dance company Quantum Leap, sang as a soloist with the Sydney Philharmonia Chior and Orchestra on multiple occasions, as well as performing the national anthem at many internationally televised sporting events. She entered her self-devised cabaret into the Your Theatrics Cabaret Competition where she was a finalist in 2012.