Anne-Marie Withenshaw

Head shot Anne Marie

TV and Radio host

Anne-Marie has received numerous awards over the course of her career, and has maintained an almost daily radio and television presence in the Quebec media since 1998. Founder of Killer Queen Productions, she continues to take on a variety of roles, both in front of and behind the camera, in both the English- and French-language media, not to mention on social media.

Anne-Marie Withenshaw has maintained an almost daily radio and television presence in the Quebec media since 1998. After a dazzling debut as a VJ on MusiquePlus, where she had the opportunity to interview the likes of David Bowie, Janet Jackson, U2, Britney Spears and other pop legends – all while working as a host on NRJ radio and finishing her BA in Communications, Anne-Marie joined the team at TQS in 2002. She would spend the next five years travelling around with that famous yellow mic on Flash, covering events such as the Grammys, the Academy Awards, and the Cannes and Sundance festivals, interviewing hundreds of stars every year. She also worked at Radio-Canada, hosting such shows as La Fosse aux Lionnes (2006) and AM (2010); since 2008, she is part of the C’est Juste de La TV quartet on ARTV.

In terms of English-language media, she has been hosting All Access Weekend every Sunday morning on 92.5’s The Beat since 2010, and she has given her favourite hockey team increased exposure through hosting the Your Canadiens series (V Télé and RDS), which has been picked up by the NHL Network USA.

Anne-Marie is also a regular on TV cooking shows. After 6 seasons hosting the food show Guide Restos Voir, she will be hosting this year’s À Couteaux Tirés (“Knife Fight”) cooking competition for the CASA network. Behind the camera, Anne-Marie is the founder of Killer Queen Productions, coproducing chef Chuck Hughes’ Chuck’s Day Off for Food Network Canada, Cooking Channel USA, and over 30 other countries worldwide. After receiving a Gémeaux nomination in 2008 and Gemini nominations in 2010, 2011, and 2012, the Canadian Association of Broadcasters (CAB) awarded her with the Bronze Ribbon Award for Excellence in Cable Broadcasting, Host Category. A social media maven, Anne-Marie also shares photos, news and discoveries via Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.