After Dinner Speakers

Gretel Killeen

Most commonly known as the host of the phenomenally successful television program Big Brother, Gretel Killeen is also a best-selling international author of nineteen books and winner of the 2001 MO Award for Best Female Comic. On television she featured as a 'Beauty' on Beauty and the Beast and appeared as Ray Martin's wife for three years in the cult classic A Town Like Dallas (The Midday Show). ...

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Helena Popovic

Helena has been paving the way for a new paradigm in peak health and peak performance. A specialist in lifestyle-based diseases (which account for over 70% of all cases presenting to GPs in Australia), Helena has been showing both men and women how to achieve excellence in every area of their life, starting with their health. Throughout her years in medical practice she lectured students, nurses a ...

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Holly Bryar

Crowned Miss Sydney Australia (2016) at the 6th annual sustainability pageant, Holly was determined from a young age to chase her dreams of working behind and in front of the camera.

After High School, she secured early entry into Charles Sturt University undertaking a double degree in TV Production & Graphic Design. It was during those four years Holly developed her love for creating children’s content within film, television and design.

Upon completing her degree, Holly relocated to Sydney taking time to pursue her passion for acting. She completed various short courses at NIDA under the guidance of Don Christopher, Brendon McDonnell & Serhat Caradee (AFI/AACTA nominee). Soon after she was accepted into NIDA’S part-time course - Advanced Screen Actors Studio with Writer/Directors Elissa Down (Black Balloon) and Craig Boreham (Teenage Kicks).

Holly has worked alongside the talented production teams of much-loved children’s programs Giggle & Hoot and Play School at ABC Kids TV. She currently works freelance and still continues her passion for performing arts.

 

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Hoodoo Gurus

Crackin' Up: Songs that loudly signal those masters of crunching pop-drenched guitar anthems are back. It has been five long years since we've heard new tunes from the Gurus, yet the enduring quartet have hardly been idle since their official reformation in 2003. There have been too many momentous gigs from their debut on the Big Day Out national circus through to kicking butt at Splendour In Th ...

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Hugh Evans

Young Australian of the Year. Hugh is a key leader behind the successful Make Poverty History campaign and ran the Make Poverty History concert and Zero Seven Campaign. With his passion for helping serve the world's poor, the abject poverty he was exposed to strengthened Hugh's resolve to make a difference to those struggling for survival in the developing world. Hugh is a keynote speaker and has ...

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Iain Hewitson

Bursting onto the television screen in 1992 as the chef of the Ten Network's Healthy, Wealthy & Wise, Iain Hewitson has since taken viewers through food and wine regions throughout Australia and overseas, proving that cooking can be simple and fun. As a man with a definite passion for the good things in life, Iain feels creating, writing and speaking about food and wine is the perfect job! ...

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Ian Botham

'Beefy' as Ian Botham was affectionately nicknamed by friends and contemporaries because of his ever-increasing girth was probably the most charismatic cricketer in the history of English cricket. A great player Ian Botham was undoubtedly the one genuine match winner that England had in their side during the 80's. He possessed an unbelievable almost surreal ability to turn the fortunes of a match ...

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Ian Healy

Ian Healy was a permanent fixture in the Australian Cricket Team from 1988 to 1999, missing just one Test - because of a broken thumb, and amassing five world records along the way. He holds the record for the most dismissals by a keeper in Test history with his final tally of 395 made up of 366 catches and 29 stumpings. But his record-breaking efforts extend beyond his skill behind the stumps. ...

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Jack Vidgen

When Jack Vidgen took to the Australia's Got Talent stage to perform an audition, he couldn't have known that it would catapult the young singer into the glare of the spotlight. His mind-blowing rendition of Whitney Houston's classic "I Have Nothing" brought the house down and overnight, a star was born. Youtube footage spread like wildfire across the globe, with Jack's audition footage garnering ...

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Jackie Stewart

Known as "The Flying Scot", the former racing driver from Scotland is seen by many as the first truly modern professional racing driver. Jackie has done more than any man before or since to build a business life on the basis of his on-track record. Translating his legendary eye for detail from cockpit to boardroom, he has shared with the automotive industry the rich fruits of his racing experie ...

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