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Rupert McCall

$5,000-$10,000
Australia - QLD
As an MC or guest speaker, few can capture the essence of our country and its heroes like Rupert McCall. An exciting Australian talent, Rupert is the author of five anthologies of verse that have collectively sold over 120,000 copies. For many years he hosted the top rating Qld television program, The Great South East. He then resigned this post to move interstate and focus on a national presence and profile through media and speaking opportunities. Rupert  has been a presenter on Sportswatch, and during the 2003 Rugby World Cup he performed speaking roles for the Australian Rugby Union and television work for UK station ITV.
Rupert's popularity transcends all demographics and ages, from the schools he visits to the corporate functions that he entertains. He is a passionate Australian and his ability to share this enthusiasm with any audience is genuine.

He has spoken at various high profile functions including Allan Border Medal Dinners, Australia Day luncheons, Olympic receptions, ARU Test Match Rugby dinners and in countless corporate situations. Rupert is booked to MC and speak at many engagements and his media roles continue to expand. He is currently entertaining his passions with listeners as host of Brisbane 4BC's weekend program SPORTS SATURDAY and is a regular contributor to the station's weekday afternoon show SPORTS TODAY.

The Rupert McCall story is far from over. He has already carved out a unique spot in Australian entertainment and will continue to captivate and enthral audiences for years to come.
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