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Roxy Jacenko on why every day’s a bitch!

FIRST ACT SEASON 2 - EPISODE 8

#nofilter should actually be synonymous with Roxy Jacenko – the PR maven, entrepreneur and influencer is always unabashedly herself. In a world of pretenders, Roxy is the real deal.

From founding one of Australia’s most innovative PR agencies to pioneering the influencer movement with the Ministry of Talent, to starring in her own reality TV show, to taking the world by storm with her daughter Pixie and their brand, Pixie’s Bows. Jacenko is all-in, all the time. This has led to a life full of massive highs and lows. In this episode of First Act, Roxy unpacks it all as she battles mental health and addiction issues, breast cancer and infidelity on her road to being a great Aussie success story.

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