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He began entering talent contests as a child and trained with the Johnny Young Talent School.He was selected for the final 30 in the television series Australian Idol in 2004.Based on viewer votes, he did not make it through the first round of competition, but was invited back as a "Judge's Choice Wildcard", where his performance earned him a place in the final 12.Over the weeks of the competition, his popularity with the Australian public grew.
His third single "Hurts So Bad" debuted at number ten on the ARIA Charts, while the album's final single, "Per Sempre (For Always)" debuted at number five.
The dance-pop track was co-written in LA with two-time Grammy-nominated and official DJ for the Black Eyed Peas, Poet Name Life.
It signals a departure from the ballads for which he is known and was released in digital format only.
On 5 of August 2016 after three albums with ABC Music Anthony announced that he had re-signed with Sony Music Australia and would be releasing his sixth album Backbone along with an East Coast tour, due to be released in September 2016.
In his first venture into television, Callea, credited as Anthony De Fazio, appeared in an episode of Funky Squad, "The Wrong Side of the Tracks", in 1995.