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Henry Roth

$5,000-$10,000
Australia - NSW

Henry Roth has a multifaceted professional background combining a law degree with international marketing experience and fashion design.

Over the years, Henry has grown his Australian family bridal and fashion business into a world renown successful brand. Henry has featured on numerous American entertainment shows - including Good Morning America, Entertainment Tonight, CNN, Insider, The View, Today Show, Martha Stewart and Oprah. Henry has also hosted his own TV show "Style Court  as Judge Henry Roth - (the Judge Judy of fashion).

Currently Henry stars as the mentor on the hit series Project Runway Australia.

Henry is a natural speaker and with a huge personality, he makes a colourful and entertaining MC or Host for any event.

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