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Joe Salanitri is one of the members of the hilarious ethnic Comedy Trio - Sooshi Mango!
I met Joe a few years ago, we were working on a Chemist Warehouse advertisement and he was dressed an old lady. Need I say anymore?
Joe shares about how 'Sooshi Mango' began and opens up about how he came to find creative expression later on in life and that it's never too late to start. He also shares about how he moved through challenging times and shifted his mindset from fear to following what he loved and taking action each day to make it happen.
This is a really inspiring episode!
We speak about:
- The journey of creating Sooshi Mango and what led to it's success
- The challenges of mental health
- How to navigate those negative thought patterns
- How to shift your mindset from fear to taking action towards your dream
- The benefits of what creative expression can bring to your life
And so much more!
ABOUT SOOSHI MANGO:
Sooshi Mango is an Australian comedy troupe made up of two brothers, Joe and Carlo Salanitri and their close friend Andrew Manfre.
Sooshi Mango’s rise in Australian comedy has been nothing short of meteoric with the troupe amassing over 130 million views online via their hysterical video skits and hitting stages in Australia and around the world, and selling out every show of their first solo tour “Fifty Shades of Ethnic” in 2019.
Their characters, most notably their ethnic dad and ethnic mum characters, have made their way from video skits to live stages and all the way onto our tv screens where they have appeared on popular tv programs and in tv ads.
Instagram: @joesalanitri & @sooshimango
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