Beau Walker

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Australia - NSW

Beau Walker is a young pro surfer from Queensland who has represented Australia in all national and international competitions.

Beau also has a lively and vibrant personality. This was spotted early on by both surf media and television networks alike, leading Beau to be cast as one of the regular presenters on the Channel Nine Television Series called 'The Shak'.

Beau has worked on the program for the last 2 years and has become one of the most loved personalties on children's television. Beau's character 'Nitro' on 'The Shak' is known as the 'sporty, fun, and adventurous' one, and his character has been seen bungy jumping, skydiving, skating, and surfing amongst many other exiting sports and games.

Beau also guest stared in the Jonathon Schiff children's television show called 'Mortified', where he was described as a natural in front of the camera.
 
Beau is currently able to combine both his television and media career with his very successful surf career, as well as participating in the highly competitive speaking \ corporate circuit.

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