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The official World Monologue Games Rankings

Ranking by category

Main (Professional)

1. GLOBAL CHAMPION: Chen Tang, China
2. Daniel Bristol, Canada
3. Sohaila Kapur, India
4. Morris Mwangi , Kenya
5. Tinarie van Wyk Loots, South Africa
6. James Elmes, United Kingdom
7. Alicia  Blasingame, United States
8. Laura Daniella Bucci, Australia
9. Kelsie McDonald, Australia
10. Helen  Lauren, United Kingdom
11. Stephen Walker, Australia
12. Karan Sharma, United Arab Emirates
13. Victoria Darbro, Australia
14. Amber Doig-Thorne, United Kingdom
15. Shafin Azim, Hong Kong
16. Roze Elisa, Netherlands
17. Bonnie Waack, Argentina
18. Nikhil Mittal, United Arab Emirates
19. Chanika Desilva, Sri Lanka
20. James Longshore, Romania
21. Kristina Pongpairoj, Thailand
22. Sara Anifowose, Italy
23. Carmen Lysiak, Australia
24. Emma Bradbury, Australia
25. Mike Wheeler, Australia
26. Casey Killoran, United States
27. Benji Arndt, Australia
28. Rochelle Reynolds, Canada
29. Lungisa Zondi, South Africa
30. Shmuel Goldstein, Israel
31. Jason Goldwin Chang, Singapore
32. Lorraine Toweel, Australia
33. Alison Leader, Australia
34. Helene Aderhold, Austria
35. Maggie Evans, United Kingdom
36. Shakira Reedus, United States
37. Mirela Buhuș, Romania
38. Rashmi Kotriwala, United Arab Emirates
39. Rod Glenn, United Kingdom
40. Marischka Ceaser, South Africa
41. Margaret Birkholtz, South Africa
42. Raymond Massey, Australia
43. Chris Smith, United Kingdom
44. Joseph Miller, United Kingdom
45. Aaron Ramos, United States
46. Rowan Studti, South Africa
47. Susan Lavender, Hong Kong
48. Danielle Studti, South Africa
49. Katharina Scheuba, Austria
50. Ilaria Pittorru, Italy
51. Jack Ngu, Australia
52. Anna Kostina, Israel
53. Kikka Oiwa, Japan
54. Damien Morley, Australia
55. Dawit de Koning, Netherlands
56. Daiva Malinauskaite, Lithuania
57. Corinne Anderson, Australia
58. Mark Gadaleta, Australia
59. Steffi Gil, Australia
=60. Jay Rincon, United States
=60. Monique Swanson, United States
62. Michael Swack, Israel
63. Alexandra Burton, Australia
64. Danetto Zi, Austria

Main (Amateur)

1. GLOBAL CHAMPION: Renae Ellis, United Arab Emirates

2. Catherine Reid, United Kingdom
3. Eveline Benedict, Australia
4. Alex Su, United States
5. Patricia Alves, United Kingdom
6. Megan Shirley, United Kingdom
7. Jenni Quinn , United Kingdom
8. Patrick Wells, Australia
9. Fatuma Balinda, Uganda
10. Nicole Cassandra Ngwenya, Zimbabwe
11. Enya  Flett, Australia
12. Tahira Appadoo, Australia
13. Mariah Stock Tambunan, Australia
14. Valeria Tarala, Russia
15. Sam O'Sullivan, United Kingdom
16. Kelvin Wong, New Zealand
17. Carly Smith, United Kingdom
18. Michael Wakefield, United States
19. Debasmita Mukherjee, Australia
20. Morrison James, Australia
21. Candyce Weir, Canada
22. Diane Richardson, United States
23. Nina Lawrenson, South Africa
24. Izabella Nagy, Hungary
25. Elsa Hellemans, France
26. Ebony Bandini, Australia
27. Matt Ruglys, New Zealand
28. Rhiannon Thurgood, United Kingdom
29. Don Mitchell, United States
30. Aimee Butler, Australia
31. Silva  Zander, Sweden
32. Ric Fischer, United States
33. Zainab Arshi, Pakistan
34. Natasha TS Masuku, Zimbabwe

Sprint

1. GLOBAL CHAMPION: Helene Aderhold, Austria

2. Altara Michelle, USA
3. Sara Anifowose, Italy
4. Bryony Reynolds, United Kingdom
5. James Elmes, United Kingdom
6. Amber Doig-Thorne, United Kingdom
7. Mick Rowe, United Kingdom
8. Gabriella Enriocco, United Kingdom
=9. Nelmarie Janse van Rensburg, South Africa
=9. Mick Young, Australia
11. Saaj Raja, United Kingdom
12. Kelvin Wong, New Zealand


Youth

1. GLOBAL CHAMPION: Sami Hatem, Syria

2. Ruby Wilson, United Kingdom
3. Estee-Mari Smit, South Africa
4. Victoria  Mokumo, United Kingdom
5. Igor Ejmont, Australia
6. Yahyaa Khan, Pakistan
7. Maeve Cox, Australia
8. Ruan Botha, South Africa
9. Kate Storey, United Kingdom
10. Ellie Stafford, Australia
11. Callum Treanor, Australia
12. Cecília Veras, Brazil
13. Jan-Rudolf Britz, South Africa
14. Blyde Schoeman, South Africa
15. Ilirian Bushi, United Kingdom
16. Peter Sansky-Traficanti, United States
17. Damon Bishop, Australia
18. Julia Wang, Australia
19. Isobel Cox, United Kingdom
20. Anoushka Dasgupta, United Kingdom
21. Arman Khan, Pakistan
22. Ariana D’souza, Hong Kong
23. Peter James Holt, Australia
24. Vanessa Hofstadler, Austria
25. Grete Kirstein, South Africa
26. Jade Breen, Australia
27. Mark Teaford, Bulgaria
28. Anouk Roeloffse, South Africa
29. Jasmin Horton, United Kingdom
30. Milana Markovic-Matovic, Australia
31. Maite Dechering, New Zealand
32. Maya Bowden, Canada
33. Sienna Thomson, Australia
34. Makenzi Goodwin, Australia
35. Jay Choi, South Korea
36. Charisse Takoniatis, Australia
37. Kayla Burton, Canada
38. McKenzie Spinks, United Kingdom

Tigers

1. GLOBAL CHAMPION: Samuel Kennedy, Australia

2. Hannah-May Farris, United Kingdom
3. Sophie Ainsworth, United Kingdom
4. Danae Conradie, South Africa
5. Hailey Keys, South Africa
6. Aliesha Whyte, Australia
7. Dané Herselman, South Africa
8. Leané Nortje, South Africa
=9. Zara Strelen, Australia
=9. Hilde Kirstein, South Africa

Endurance

1. GLOBAL CHAMPION: Helene Aderhold, Austria 

2. Michaela Short, United Kingdom
3. Jay Jay Jegathesan, Australia
4. Nelmarie Janse van Rensburg, South Africa
5. Gabriela Martinez, El Salvador
6. Priator Mhlanga, Zimbabwe
7. Kanepathipillar Kapilthev, Sri Lanka
8. Bryony Reynolds, United Kingdom
9. Marina Rowe, Australia
10. Julie Collis, New Zealand
11. Bibi Lucille, United Kingdom
12. David Mason, United Kingdom
13. Zoë Hadler, Australia
14. Ashley Hope Allen, United Kingdom
15. Sarah Moon, Australia
16. Rashmi Kotriwala, United Arab Emirates
17. Laura Desmond, Australia
18. Raymond Massey, Australia
19. Linda Chen, Australia
20. Hamza Merchant, India
21. Lorraine Toweel, Australia
22. James Elmes, United Kingdom
23. Monique Swanson, United States

How do these rankings work?

Any competitor who makes it to the Regional Livestream Finals or the Global Finals will receive Ranking Points. These are based first on the proportion of judges' points received, then the proportion of viewer points received.

Each year, points earned from previous years are carried over but they become lower in value. This prevents competitors who have done well once from remaining in the Rankings for years without competing again.

If you have a low ranking on the board, you're still one of the top-ranked actors in the world! If you think you are a better actor than someone on the Rankings then you'd better sign up and show them how it's done! 


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