Portrait of Faustina Agolley. Faustina's work includes hosting flagship music program Video Hits, The Voice and the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras. She made her stage debut with Sydney Theatre Company and Melbourne Theatre Company’s co-production of the Molière award-winning play, The Father alongside theatre luminary, John Bell and toured Australia and New Zealand as Oprah Winfrey’s resident DJ her 'An Evening with Oprah Tour'. Faustina has written on queer issues for Women of Letters (Penguin), Huffington Post, Sunday Life, Queerstories and The Wheeler Centre Gala. Faustina's most recent work, Sam, explores loss, grief and her African identity, and is part of the first collection of African Australian stories in Australian Letters called, Growing Up African in Australia. Faustina is a graduate of Media and Communications at The University of Melbourne and Media Studies at RMIT University.
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