With sell-out shows around Australia every year of the past five, Em’s stage presence keeps getting bigger. In February 2018, she embarked on the Evil Queen tour, in which she had to add extra shows after the Sydney Opera House, Melbourne Palais Theatre and Queensland Performing Arts Centre sold out in only a few hours.
Meanwhile, Em co-hosts The Em, Grant & Ed weekday breakfast radio show on Sydney’s 2DayFM with Grant Denyer and Ed Kavalee, dominating the excellent engagement across their social media channels. Em’s interview with P!nk for the Hit Network obtained more than 8 million views, prompting an ongoing thirst from fans for Em’s candid, honest and hilarious celebrity interviews.
Em’s best-selling first book Try Hard: Tales from the Life of a Needy Overachiever went to the top of the iBook charts before it was even released, with great critical and public acclaim. The self-narrated audiobook version reached the top of the iTunes charts upon release, and was nominated for the ABIA Audio Book Of The Year Award. Also on the iTunes charts are Em’s two singles, Brand New Day and Versions of Me, which reached the top ten nationally. Em is also a proud ambassador for Beyond Blue, regularly appearing in their campaigns for mental health.
Most importantly, she still finds time to watch every single episode of Ru Paul’s Drag Race. Priorities are essential.
TV & Radio
|The Em, Grant & Ed weekday breakfast show (2Day FM – Radio)||2018|
|The Em Rusciano Show with Harley Breen (2Day FM – Radio)||2017|
|Sisters (TV Series)||2017|
|The Em Rusciano Show (Hit Network – Radio)||2016|
|Party Tricks (TV Series)||2014|
|Please Like Me (TV Series)||2014|
|Offspring (TV Series)||2013|
|Mamamia Today (Today Network – Radio)||2012 – 2013|
|The Project (TV Series)||2012 – 2013|
|The Circle (TV Series)||2012|
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Here are a few amazing organisations doing fabulous things to better the world for us. Just remember, no matter your situation, there are people out there that can help you. Never be afraid to reach out.
Find them at eatup.org.au
Some kids go to school every day without any lunch to fill their little tummies. The wonderful people at Eat Up are helping battle this by bulking up kids lunchboxes across Australia.
Find them at beyondblue.org.au
I’ve been a huge advocate for Beyond Blue for years. They offer great resources for anyone affected by mental health issues in any form – not just the individual, but their family and friends as well. Speak up, check in. You are never alone.
Fitted for Work
Find them at fittedforwork.org
This killer organisation has been helping out and empowering women from all walks of life by getting them back into the work force since 2005. They not only transform the woman, they transform their lives.