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Dylan Lewis

Australia - Vic

Dylan Lewis is that guy on Nova 100 in the mornings with Cal Wilson. Dylan most recently won an ACRA Award for radios' Best Newcomer'. Dylan is also a regular on television, having won both 'Celebrity Big Brother' and 'Celebrity Singing Bee', he has appeared on 'Spicks & Specks' and most recently on 'Talkin' 'Bout Your Generation'.

Dylan quickly shot to cult fame on ABC TV's national Saturday morning live music show 'Recovery'. Dylan hosted 'Recovery' for 3 years and his infectious persona brought a new element into Saturday morning television and catapulted the popularity of live music and interviewing to a new level.  His warmth and individuality aided in attaining artists that would appear exclusively on 'Recovery' whilst visiting Australia.

Following 'Recovery', Dylan hosted the national television program 'The 10.30 Slot' on Friday evenings, another of ABC TV's popular music and pop culture extravaganzas.  Dylan's association in the music world was cemented when he became the host of Channel 10's 'Pepsi Live' in 2001 - continuing this role for three years on the only Australian commercial television music program at the time.  'Pepsi Live' aired Tuesday nights and Sunday mornings, and Dylan hosted the radio program on Fox FM.

Dylan's star studded list of celebrities interviewed includes Stevie Wonder, Sting, Kylie Minogue, Bjork, Boys2Men, Russell Crowe, Natalie Imbruglia, Silverchair, Faith No More, Emma Bunton, Geri Haliwell, Holly Valance, Metallica, Oasis, The Streets, Shaggy, No Doubt, De La Soul, Public Enemy, Pulp, Reece Witherspoon, Billy Zane, Eric Bana, and the list goes on...

As a huge fan of the series, Dylan was thrilled to accept an offer to be in the Australian Celebrity Big Brother.  When it came to the public having their say on the final eviction night, Dylan was the overwhelming winner of Celebrity Big Brother. Dylan has also appeared on Channel 9's ratings winner, Celebrity Circus where his natural comic ability and willingness to take on all challenges thrown at him, once again made him an absolute standout of the series. He has also presented on Channel 9's Winter in the City Specials over the past couple of years, appeared on Spicks & Specks, Talkin' 'Bout Your Generation and won Celebrity Singing Bee in 2008.

One of Dylan's career highlights was when he appeared as an extra in 'Star Wars Episode 2 - Attack of the Clones'.  Continuing on the feature film ride, Dylan landed a role in 'The Real Thing'' released in Australia in 2002 and has played the lead role in two short films, 'Like It Is' and 'RAY', as well as many minor film and TV roles.

Dylan graduated from Melbourne University with a Bachelor of Education in secondary drama and music in '94. He dabbles in ridiculous pastimes such as juggling, fire-breathing and magic. He plays piano, clarinet, saxophone, turntables, accordion, harmonica and didgeridoo.   

Dylan has hosted many launches, corporate functions and awards events.  The rare experience of hosting an abundance of television shows combined with his professionalism, elite talent and 'wow' factor allows him to deliver at the highest level.

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