Corinne Grant

Australia - Vic

Specialty Areas

Coming to prominence as an original cast member on Network Ten's Rove Live, Corinne's career as a performer, comedian and writer has grown from strength to strength. With success on the highly popular Glasshouse on the ABC, host of Channel Seven's current hit Airways, as well as being a respected columnist, social commentator, stand-up comedian, MC and facilitator, Corinne has a breadth of knowledge and experience that has seen her perform for corporate clients and as an invited festival participant all around the world.

With over a decade of live television performance to her name, Corinne is quick-witted, charming and knows what an audience wants. Always sensitive to the needs of the client, Corinne prides herself on engaging her audience with warmth and genuine enthusiasm. From awards nights to gala dinners to high level government functions, Corinne is able to move swiftly from making the audience laugh, to dealing with moments of genuine heart. Her ability to handle complicated material, specialist topics and sensitive situations with warmth and confidence has led to her being invited back time and time again. 

As a successful author and popular columnist on The Hoopla, Corinne has swiftly picked up a loyal and dedicated readership. She regularly features on news programs on
Channel Ten, the ABC, Sky News and radio all around the country to talk about her columns, current affairs and politics.

Corporate Work:
Corinne is in demand as a corporate MC and facilitator and always injects humour and warmth into her corporate work. Always respectful and always mindful of the needs of the client, Corinne works to ensure the best event possible for both the client and the audience.

An accomplished and experienced MC, Corinne is able to entertain with warmth and respect. She prides herself on keeping functions to time and to entertaining in an appropriate and respectful manner.

Clients of note: Victorian Government Healthcare Awards, Australian Human Rights Commission Human Rights Awards, St Georges Bank, Royal Women's Hospital Gala Ball.

With extensive experience as a moderator on both television and at live events, Corinne knows how to draw the most from her panellists and to keep the audience entertained and informed.

Clients of note: The Walkely Conference, Ubud Writers and Readers Festival, the Migration Law Forum.

Corinne is an experienced and capable conference host, able to bring her unique and light hearted touch to any event.

Clients of note: Harvey World Travel Business Symposium, AUSCERT, Construction and Property Services Industry Skills Council Conference, Comcare National Conference

Notable credits
Airways (Network Seven)
Rove Live, (Network Ten)
The Glasshouse, (ABCTV)
The Melbourne International Comedy Festival Great Debat (Network Ten)
Good News Week, (Network Ten)
The Drum, (ABC24)
Channel Ten Late News, (Network Ten)
The Perrett Report, (Sky News)

weekly columnist for The Hoopla
author of the successful 'Lessons In Letting Go: Confessions of a Hoarder'

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