Luke Elvy

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Australia - NSW

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With almost 20 years of media experience, 14 of those in Television, Luke Elvy is a presenter/host of the highest quality.

His roles during that time include Network TEN's lead Golf host/commentator, Fox Sports News presenter (10 years) & covering the PGA Tour in the United States.

He is also a highly sought after MC & over the past decade has hosted over 1,000 events for a variety of corporate clients plus most of Australia's top sporting bodies including ARU, NRL, Cricket Australia, FFA, PGA of Australia & A.O.C.

Luke's wide-ranging appeal means he's not just limited to sports events as his pleasant manner plus entertaining style of delivery makes him suitable for any event or function.


Luke Elvy has hosted corporate events for MatchPoint at the State of Origins, NRL Grand Finals, Cricket internationals and Bledisloe Cup matches for the past 7 years. Luke is a consummate professional and his content, delivery and manner are second to none. When Luke agrees to host our events we feel we have secured a first class MC.
- Managing Director, MatchPoint

Luke is a versatile MC, who is able to integrate and relate to any corporate audience. His enthusiasm and passion energises the audience as well as his ability to relate to the demographic of the audience. I would have no hesitation in recommending Luke, he is extremely professional, organised and great fun to work with.
- Senior Manager Hospitality & Events, Australian Rugby Union Ltd

Luke is a brillant Master of Ceremonies who is never short on knowledge, humour and energy. Luke is exceptional at engaging his audience and delivering key messages & I'd have no hesitation recommending him for any type of corporate function or event.
- Managing Director, Front Page Management Pty Ltd

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