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PEOPLE & PROPERTY OF MELBOURNE

CHRIS PANG PILLOW TALK WITH THE MELBOURNE-BORN MOVIE STAR

APRIL 17-23, 2019

VANESSA AMOROSI ON MOTHERHOOD AND NEW MUSIC

RACHAEL BECK

FINDING BALANCE ON STAGE AND SCREEN

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Melbourne’s own Chris Pang, rising movie star, is in illustrious company, and not just for the actors he shines alongside. He’s a member of that surprising group of Hollywood elite who started their working life as a salesperson. Fun fact: George Clooney flogged insurance, Jeff Goldblum hit the phones to push stationery and for Chris Pratt, it was coupons he had to hawk to make a living. Pang, who studied at Monash University, was a door-to-door phone salesman. From those humble beginnings, Pang has Hollywood at his feet, and is our cover feature interview this week. ●

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““I am Alejandro Espino Aldana ” … and I’m a mariachi musician In the year 2000, I was living in my hometown of

Tijuana, Mexico and I met an Australian woman. We got married, had a child and went on tour in the US, performing a “musical journey through Latin America”. In one year we played 400 schools, and then that was it, we didn’t want to do any more. We came back to Tijuana and set up a music school. In 2006, we decided to move to Australia because there was a lot of fear in my (now) ex-wife about being kidnapped. We went to the immigration building in Melbourne for the visa interview, and the lady said to me: “OK, you’re going to be granted your permanent visa, just go out and get a job in the meantime”. I didn’t want to work in Bunnings or IGA, or anything like that. So I went to the Collingwood Children’s Farm and started busking. That first day I got about $300 in gold coins, and a guy from Abbotsford Convent came to me and said: “You wanna come and play here every Saturday and Sunday?” Another day I was busking and the women who used to run the office at the Prahran Market saw me there and put her card in my guitar case. I started performing for kids at the market in 2008 and I haven’t stopped since. I can sing La Bamba, and I can sing classical Mexican tunes, but for the adults I also play Funky Town, Foxy Lady, Thunderstruck, Smells Like Teen Spirit, Smoke on the Water Water, Black Sabbath and a little bit of Led Zeppelin. I’m probably the only Mexican that’s playing music here in Victoria professionally. There are some other mariachis but they’re from El Salvador and they’ve got Chinese violins. It’s a fun job. I meet a lot of other people and I go to different places every week, and I get to help my son and daughter economically by sending money to Mexico – not as much as I want to but I do my best. Sometimes people see me and they go “flamingo, flamingo!” What the hell, a flamingo is a bird; you’re trying to say “flamenco” right? Flamenco is not even Mexican, it’s Spanish! I think I’ll always be a mariachi. I’ve created my own thing, suited to Australia. I’m pretty proud of what I’m doing, and always trying to get better. ●

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COVER STORY Actor Chris Pang’s career sounds like a Hollywood

plot, but this is the true tale of a Monash student who became a star.

Crazy success

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ver since Australian actor Chris Pang played Colin Khoo in the Hollywood blockbuster Crazy Rich Asians, his acting career has hit the proverbial big time. Just how this Melbourne-born and former mobile phone door-to-door salesman quit his casual job to move to Los Angeles in 2013 is the stuff Hollywood dreams are made of, but Pang says there’s more to his success than meets the eye. At 34, Pang is at the top of his game and knows it. These days he can knock back scripts that don’t appeal and meet with Hollywood directors before castings are even announced; a good position to be in as a rising star. When he takes this call, he’s running a little behind schedule due to a photo shoot for his first suit campaign (he won’t say which brand) at the Joshua Tree National Park in southern California. He’s also the face of Sheridan, and appears in the brand’s Tonight Makes Tomorrow campaign. “When the opportunity came up to represent a true Australian brand like Sheridan, I couldn’t say no,” he says. “My mum was the first in the family to get excited about it. She told me their luxurious sheets are the highest quality and was gifted a set for their wedding present.” On fine bed linen, Pang says when he first moved to LA he knew nothing of the kind – couch surfing his way around Sunset with other Aussie wannabe actors. “Since filming Crazy Rich Asians my career has gone up a whole new level from where I was once standing,” he says. “People started messaging me congratulations via social media for my part in the movie, for helping break down barriers for other Asian-Australians. “It had an inter-generational appeal factor, with many parents telling me they are glad their children have a movie like this to call their own.” It was his award-winning part in the Australian film Tomorrow, When The War Began (based on the

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“You have to have a love for the art of filmmaking. You can’t just turn up in LA and hope to be famous.”

Above: Chris Pang kicks back in the Sheridan ‘Reilly’ sheet set in carbon. Opposite: From Kew to LA, Pang (far left) with the cast of Crazy Rich Asians.


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popular novel by John Marsden) in 2010 that catapulted him to the top of the local film industry. “I quickly got to know everybody in the industry after that film, and it pushed me to head to the States and look for more opportunities,” Pang says. “You land in LA wide-eyed and full of hope and you’re just like every other actor looking for work. “The biggest win for me after Crazy Rich Asians is I have options and don’t have to sacrifice my integrity to get in the front door. “I’m that slightly bit higher up and it’s a nice feeling.” Pang was raised by his martial art instructor parents Barry and Anne Pang, who run a kung fu school, and spent most of his childhood in Kew. He went on to study multimedia at Monash University before deciding he didn’t want to work in design. “I always had an interest in art and drawing and produced my first comic in year 12,” he recalls proudly. “But, after studying at Monash University, I found the industry very limiting.

“As a freelance designer you work for someone else, and all you end up doing is working within their brief and not being as creative as you’d like to be. “You’re hired as a designer but everyone has an opinion.” It was while selling phones to raise money to buy a car that the epiphany occurred. “I found myself door-knocking at a casting agency and they actually got me onto their books instead,” he says of his career break. Pang, who has now just finished working on directing his first film – it’s in post-production – says he is grateful he followed his gut instinct to LA. “I think, at the end of the day, you have to have a love for the art of filmmaking,” he says. “You can’t just turn up in LA and hope to be famous. “My passion for film along with a strong support system is what got me to where I am today.” Pang doesn’t plan on remaining in LA forever, and hints Melbourne is where he wants to return sooner rather than later. “When I get to a position where I can continue to work in LA but be based in Melbourne would be my absolute ideal,” he says. Pang is proud he hasn’t lost his accent while in the US. “I have had to neutralise my accent though, just so people can understand me,” he jokes. Pang will also star in the new Charlie’s Angels reboot, due for a November cinema release, although his character is still under wraps. “The first Charlie’s Angels really resonated with me as a kid,” he says. “I remember the three women as total badasses and loved that one was Asian actress Lucy Liu. “That made it all the more relatable to me. “What we do with the 2019 version is a modern take on that – it’s all female empowerment. “I get to do everything from action to comedy, and with such talented people from Kirsten Stewart to Naomi Scott and director Elizabeth Banks. It was so much fun.” ●

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MUSIC Everybody get ready – Vanessa Amorosi is releasing new music. Wo r d s

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t’s hard to recognise 35-year-old Vanessa Amorosi from the bouncy teenager who sang pop anthem Absolutely Everybody at the Sydney Olympics. Not that she looks much older; maybe it’s that she lives in Los Angeles, where everybody chooses hiking and juicing over ageing. But much has changed since she belted out her ARIA-winning hits such as Shine and The Power Power. For starters she has a husband (with whom she owns an Los Angeles gym) and son, now three. And she’s got an eye on the charts again with her new single, Heavy Lies the Head. Her last single This Is Who I Am debuted at No.1 in Australia 10 years ago. For Amorosi, it’s not exactly a comeback, since she’s been furiously busy in LA as a song writer and artist since she left Melbourne. That has included working with musician, songwriter and record producer Dave Stewart, of the Eurythmics fame, and establishing herself in the LA gospel music scene, which took six years of earning her stripes. “I couldn’t go in there and say, ‘Oh, I sang pop songs, I know everything about gospel music’,” she says. The latest album is also a chance to take control, and not cater to the demands made of her when she was younger. “With this new record, I haven’t gone back and rewritten anything, [which happened] with all my previous songs. Shine was [written as] Die, but when I played that to Mark Holden, he said, ‘Don’t you think that’s a bit heavy?’ As a kid it was a truth – everyone you see, everyone you know is going to die. But at the end, you can still hear – ‘Don’t, don’t, don’t, don’t you do it!’ ” Becoming famous in an era where “you had to kind of conform yourself in order to be desirable as a product”, she’s now happy to embrace all those strange, eccentric sides of herself. In her current songs: “I just speak the truth and hopefully it makes sense, and it's relatable.” Her life in Los Angeles – where she lives with husband Rod and son Killian – isn’t so dissimilar to how she once lived in Emerald, Victoria. “I live near Santa Monica Reserve and have a big property, and I’ve got my horses and my dogs and my goats, and you would swear coming to my place that you’re coming to Australia,” Amorosi says. And beyond the grounds, a life that she never imagined herself living.

“I never thought I would be the person getting married, I never thought I would be a mother.”

Taking control “I never thought I would be the person getting married, I never thought I would be a mother. And, it’s been a real gift to have that,” she says. “[Parenthood] is a bizarre adventure but it’s such a great journey. I never would have thought it would be in me, but I’m pretty relaxed as a parent. “My little boy’s like a fireball. I go, ‘Look at how gentle and calm daddy is’, but he’s this little spitball, it’s great.” Amorosi says her martial arts expert husband is the complete opposite of her. “He’s about structure and fitness. I think there’s only room for one arty person in the household

before everybody’s driven crazy. He’s tone deaf, but it doesn’t stop him. We go to karaoke, and he won’t get off the microphone. “And, it’s not like he just sings it – he dances it. He’ll do something like NSYNC or Justin Bieber – completely out of time. And then I come on and sing something dark and weird and obscure!” ● TOUR 2019 \ Amorosi plays in Melbourne on April 18 at Crown with Jon Stevens, with more Victorian concerts on May 16, 17 and 18.

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Beck moved into mentoring six years ago. “Acting is my passion and creative outlet, but I have turned to doing residencies at high schools and building and strengthening the creative KURT SNEDDON, BLUEPRINT STUDIOS

In t e r v i e w b y male friends who understand the nature of the business and what we’re dealing with. “I recently I did five auditions for Billy Elliot the Musical and didn’t get one of them, and was devastated. “I am fatalistic. I sometimes freak out and I take myself away when I feel like it’s not working out. I go to the Blue Mountains to think about the breadth of life and the time we have here. Life is too short. I also see a psychologist. I am not afraid to ask for help when I am in those down places – I get resources from whatever feels right at the time.”

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Beck, who split from Stenlake six years ago, says she’s in a great place and is focusing on raising children Talulah, 13, and Roxie, 10. “I try to get my kids to do meditation,” she says. “It’s a great thing I have carried through my life thanks to my dad John, who taught me as a child. I do yoga nidra with them, and I know they look at me all funny and roll their eyes, but one day they will realise the benefits.” ●

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ustralian actress Rachael Beck was just 16 when she moved from her family home in Sydney to Melbourne to star in Cats the Musical. Now, at 47, and as a mother of two young daughters, she reflects on her parents’ trust in letting her go. “When I joined Cats, I was at least 10 years younger than other cast members. I mean, anything could have happened, but nothing did,” says Beck, who stars in the new season of Barnum The Circus Musical with Todd McKenney. “It’s only as a parent looking back that I realised my parents must have felt hugely confident in their own parenting to let me go,” she reflects. “I moved in with a family of a costar – even though she was staying somewhere else – and then a family relative, but it was still a lonely time for a teenager.” From a four-year role playing Samantha Kelly in TV sitcom Hey Dad! in the late ’80s, to starring in the stage show Me and My Girl in the mid-’90s, Beck has continually worked hard to fulfil her dream as an actress. She’s considered a veteran in the biz, and thanks her parents for encouraging her to follow her dream. Beck has performed alongside some of the best – Hugh Jackman in Beauty and the Beast, David Hobson in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang and her former husband Ian Stenlake in You and II. However, she doesn’t take her place in the industry for granted, and says it’s still tough work securing roles no matter what has come before. “Working as an actor can be very challenging,” Beck says. “Sometimes I cry, I turn to meditation and read a lot of books when things don’t work out. I also like to chat with my girlfriends and

Beck has been nominated for three Green Room Awards – for her role as Fantine in Les Miserables in 1998, best female actor in Singing in the Rain 2001 (above, with Wayne

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e all know someone who loves running. They love what I would describe as a “good pain” feeling and challenging themselves to run further and faster every time. But I know that for many people, running can seem hard and intimidating, and the mere thought of a lap of the block makes their palms sweaty. It’s all about pushing through that mental barrier. Persisting through the initial “I hate this” moments can get you to a place of enjoyment where you find the run really rewarding. Here are my top tips to help you pound the pavement and like it.

TO START \ Running takes patience and perseverance. Some people are born to run but most people need to gradually build in fitness and distance. For anyone starting their running

journey, I always recommend starting off slow with no distance in mind. This will give your body time to adapt and recover afterwards, and slowly strengthens your muscles. Slow and steady might not win the race but it will prevent injuries and is the ideal way to start. MAKE A KILLER PLAYLIST \ When I’m really not

feeling it, I spend 10 minutes making a playlist of some of my favourite songs that I know really pump me up. So, if you really hate running then turn dread into excitement by creating a brilliant running playlist with epic, upbeat songs. GET A RUNNING BUDDY \ Whether it’s your mum,

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152 Cobden Street, South Melbourne Representing an extraordinary opportunity in a coveted lifestyle location, this original single level Victorian residence showcases a traditional layout and inviting proportions. Features two bedrooms with robes, functional kitchen adjoining a casual meals space and light filled living room, combined bathroom and laundry, lush internal courtyard and second courtyard with rear right of way.

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Large In Living, Luxury & Quality In The Zone Architecturally designed, this luxurious 3 bed, 2 bath townhouse is enhanced by sophisticated style & lowmaintenance ease. Comprising open-plan living/dining, modern kitchen, courtgarden, retreat, heating/AC, ducted vac & SLUG.

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301/348 Beaconsfield Parade, St Kilda West

Uninterrupted sea and garden views from this stunning sub-penthouse oasis! Be absolutely awe-struck by the breathtaking sea/park vistas & expansive open layout of this incredible 3-bed, 2-bath sub-penthouse apartment positioned just metres to St Kilda Beach! Showcases generous balcony with uninterrupted beach & Catani Gardens views, kitchen with Miele/Smeg appls overlooking enormous & bright living/dining with brilliant views, master bed (balcony, ensuite), study/office & 2 car spaces. Ideally located close to Fitzroy & Acland Street shops & restaurants, Albert Park Lake & trams.

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