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Anh Do’s son Xavier starts his modeling career while signing with Chadwick Models

Anh Do’s son Xavier Do begins his career as a model.

The 18-year-old signed up with Chadwick Models last month after a friend suggested he start modeling.

Xavier told The Daily Telegraph on Sunday that he never planned on being a model, but is looking forward to the challenge.

Anh Do’s son Xavier Do, 18, (both pictured) has started his modeling career after signing with prestigious agency Chadwick Models last month

“To be honest, modeling was never a life goal or anything,” he admitted.

“I was chatting with some friends one day, and they said you should try modeling, you’d be good at it.”

“So I did and I got in and I’m super excited,” he added.

The 18-year-old signed up with Chadwick Models last month after a friend suggested she start modeling

The 18-year-old signed up with Chadwick Models last month after a friend suggested she start modeling

Xavier told The Daily Telegraph on Sunday that he never intended to be a model, but he is looking forward to the challenge

Xavier told The Daily Telegraph on Sunday that he never intended to be a model, but he is looking forward to the challenge

It comes after Anh’s successful book series was banned by American schools until American students gathered to lift the ban, his agent recently revealed.

A school board in the US state of Pennsylvania decided in November 2020 that Anh’s popular WeirDo series “leaned toward indoctrination material.”

The 17 books aimed at younger children, full of stomach laughs, cartoons and anecdotes from his experience as an immigrant going to school, were deemed “too activist in nature” by the Central York Board of School Directors.

“I was talking to some friends one day, and they said you should try modeling, you'd be good at it. So I did and I got in and I'm super excited' he said

“I was talking to some friends one day, and they said you should try modeling, you would be good at it. So I did and I got in and I’m super excited’ he said

It comes after Anh's successful book series was banned by US schools until US students gathered to lift the ban, his agent recently revealed.

It comes after Anh’s successful book series was banned by US schools until US students gathered to lift the ban, his agent recently revealed.

But Australia’s “happiest refugee” had no idea about the ban, his agent Andrew Laing told The Australian, until the ban was lifted in January after a protest from students for their recovery.

‘It is awesome. Just incredible. Good for those kids who knocked it over,” Mr. Laing said.

Anh came to Australia on a boat from Vietnam as a three-year-old and has steadily worked his way into the limelight through his creative talents as a painter – he is a four-time Archibald Prize finalist – comedian, author and TV presenter.

A school board in the US state of Pennsylvania decided in November 2020 that Do's hit WeirDo series

A school board in the US state of Pennsylvania decided in November 2020 that Do’s hit WeirDo series “needed indoctrination material.” The 17 books aimed at younger children, full of stomach laughs, cartoons and anecdotes from his experience as an immigrant going to school, were deemed “too activist in nature” by the Central York Board of School Directors.

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