Faustina Agolley is a TV Host, Actor, TV Producer, Music Journalist, Writer and DJ. As a Host, her work includes Australia’s top-rating entertainment program, The Voice, where she bridged the gap between television viewers and online as the program’s social media reporter.
Prior to The Voice, Faustina hosted Australia’s flagship music program, Video Hits, for five years. Faustina travelled the world to interview music’s biggest entertainers including Alicia Keys, Kanye West, Adele, Gotye, Bruno Mars, Rihanna, Dave Grohl, Calvin Harris and Pharrell Williams. Faustina also hosted Network Ten’s live national coverage of the New Year’s Eve Fireworks from Sydney’s Harbour Bridge and shared her opinions on politics and current affairs as a guest panellist on ABC1’s live political show Q&A. After coming out, Faustina was invited to co-host the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras on SBS. She made her feature film debut opposite Portia de Rossi and Lucy Fry in comedy, Now Add Honey.
Faustina, or affectionately DJ Fuzzy, likes to spin a killer party and will leave no genre neglected in the process. “Work out the crowd and play” is the motto, which has seen Fuzzy spin electro, opening for the Scissor Sisters, Hip hop at Snoop Dogg’s Pool Party, genre mash-up five-
Fuzzy was personally chosen by Harpo to open for Oprah Winfrey’s An Evening With Oprah arena tour across Australia and New Zealand. The Oprah Tour Mixtape made its premiere on VICE’s Thump. All of Fuzzy’s DJ mixes can be heard here.
Faustina divides her time between Australia, Los Angeles and London where she’s growing her work in writing, broadcast and music.
Faustina’s written work on LGBTI issues and Marriage Equality has been published in the Huffington Post and Sunday Life (Daily Life). Her Blog of Enthusiasm has shaped itself to regular ‘Life Notes’ – purposeful short posts on ideas and conversations shared in Faustina’s life and travels.
Faustina is a graduate of two University degrees that sit proudly on her mother’s wall; Media and Communications, Geography and Social Sciences at The University of Melbourne and RMIT University. Her philanthropic work aims to close the Indigenous literacy gap.