Claire Chitham MC/Entertainer Profile

Profile

Actress, Author, MC, Speaker

Since first setting foot on set, Claire Chitham has grown into an outstanding NZ actress. She has starred in the celebrated NZ drama series Shortland Street as Waverly Harrison, later working on Netflix romantic telefeature Falling Inn Love. Alongside good friend Danielle Cormack, Claire scored a leading role in black-comedy series Fresh Eggs, earning a Best Actress nomination at the 2019 NZ Television Awards. Most recently, Claire featured in the second season of NZ television comedy Mean Mums. A trained Pilates instructor with a big interest in health and wellness, Claire developed her own online channel Good For You TV and this year released a book of the same name, along with friend and journalist Kylie Bailey.

Motivated by her own experience with chronic illness, Claire is committed to promoting the importance of both physical and mental self-care, and shares this with her dedicated following on social media. She has a wealth of knowledge to share and can also expand her offering into a more

workshop style talk if required.

The combination of Claire’s skills in entertainment and her kind heart make her a fabulous public speaker. She is able to MC gigs across the spectrum, always making sure her crowd feels happy and engaged.

Pronoun

She/Her

Ethnicity

European

Location

Auckland, New Zealand

Interests

Food, Health & Fitness

Speaking Topics

A personal story of health and healing, Emotional & Mental health advice, Health & Wellbeing -- A personal journey, How we can better look after ourselves in this mad world

Event Highlights

2022GW Wellbeing Session, Greater Wellington Te Pane Matua Taiao - Speaker
2021Wither Hills Dinner, Crave - Speaker

Testimonials (2)

Wellness Webinar 2022

The webinar was fantastic, we had a great turnout of 115 staff and I have received good feedback from those that attended. Staff particularly could relate to Claire's health struggles. The webinar was relaxed and fun – like talking to a good friend!

Cathryn Gillett | Coordinator Health, Safety and Wellbeing

Greater Wellington Te Pane Matua Taiao