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Laura Csortan

Australia - NSW

Laura began her career as both Miss Universe and Miss World Australia finishing top 5 in both competitions and winning Miss Congeniality at Miss Universe.

Laura went on to become one of Australia's leading TV presenters with an enviable television resume.  Laura Travelled the world for 7 years presenting on one of
Australia's most successful lifestyle programs 'The Great Outdoors'.  She then co-hosted the internationally acclaimed 'Wheel of Fortune' gracing our screens five days a week making her a household name.

Laura continued her passion for travel as a presenter on Channel 9's Holidays for Sale and hosting Qantas destination Guides. Other shows Laura fronted include the Discovery channels International Worlds Best Beaches,  Channel 7's 'BBC Massive Nature', Channel 7's 'Racing Today' and Network blooper show 'Good As Gold'.

Laura also read for 'Fox Sports News' last year from the National News desk.  Most recently Laura hosted a Behind the Scenes show for the popular 'Australia's Got Talent'.

Laura Csortan Originally from Adelaide, South Australia Laura gained certificates in both Outdoor Leadership and as a Fitness trainer before studying a Bachelor of Applied Science in Sport and Recreation Management majoring in journalism.

Laura is highly skilled, media savvy, glamorous yet remarkably down to earth. Keeping fit, traveling, riding her Ducati motorbike and spending time with her two dogs are Laura's passions.


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