Celebrity Speakers

Ovations offers a wide range of renowned and respected Celebrity Speakers that include entertainers, TV personalities, film actors, Academy Award winners, sports figures, authors, comedians, celebrity chefs and more. Celebrity speakers provide high-profile, prestigious entertainment—perfect for memorable events that aim to exceed expectations. Ideal for Live and Virtual Events, Presentations and Keynote Speeches. Bring the stars and watch your guests shine.

Julian Morrow

Julian Morrow is a co-founder of The Chaser, a satirical media empire which rivals Rupert Murdoch's News Corp in all fields except power, influence, popularity and profitability. He now works as part of the Chaser creative team and, for his sins, its Managing Director, as well as working independently in the media. ...

Julie Goodwin

Mum, wife, cook, singer and public speaker, Julie Goodwin is the epitome of a busy Australian Mum. Born and raised in Sydney, she started a degree in education but left to pursue a career in youth work. After working for several years presenting workshops in schools across Australia, she moved to the Central Coast where she married her long time partner, Michael. She continued her youth work hold ...

Julie McCrossin

Julie talks to people for a living and is valued for the way she actively engages audiences with her warmth, intelligence and live sense of humour. Julie presented the social issues program "Life Matters" on ABC Radio National for five years, initially with Geraldine Doogue and then as solo presenter. Prior to "Life Matters", Julie was a team leader on the media quiz show "Good News Week" on Netwo ...

Juliet Love

Juliet has always had a passion for design, commencing her career at Vogue Living magazine where she worked as Merchandising Editor, styling photographic shoots and sourcing the latest products in the design world. Juliet also worked across the titles Vogue Entertaining & Travel and Vogue Apartment Living, which provided an excellent foundation for her role hosting the new Lifestyle Channel TV sho ...

June Dally-Watkins

In 1949 June-Dally Watkins emerged as Australia's 'Model of the Year' and was declared "Australia's Most Photographed Model" for the same year. Building on her modelling success and driven by her mother's determination, Miss Dally set about establishing the first Personal Development School in the southern hemisphere. From there, Miss Dally has expanded the school to include Australia's first Busi ...

Justice Crew

Justice Crew are an all-male hip-hop crew from Sydney, Australia, who were the winners of the fourth series of, Australia's Got Talent in 2010. The group cover all types of dancing from, Krumping to B-Boy, Hip-Hop and Breaking. The crew do dance lessons all over Sydney. Connecting with young people as positive role models is what the boys are about. They use dance as a vehicle for positive change ...

Justin Langer

Until the announcement of his retirement from test cricket in 2007 Justin was one of Australia's great top-order batsmen. Originally playing at number 3 he moved to opener in 2001 and played 105 test matches scoring 7,696 runs including 23 test centuries. Justin's success is the result of hard work and a strong determined will. His presentations includes a bridge between the business world and th ...

Justine Schofield

Justine Schofield was a favourite of viewers on the hit series, MasterChef. Her highlights in the series where cooking for Jacques Reymond one of her icons and cooking off against Celebrity Chef Matt Moran. Justine is now working alongside Matt Moran at Aria resturant in Sydney and continues her love of globetrotting and gastronomy! ...

Karl Stefanovic

Karl Stefanovic is the co-host of the Today Show with Lisa Wilkinson. Originally from Brisbane, Stefanovic was a reporter and back-up presenter for National Nine News in 2000. In 2002, his exclusive reports on the NSW bushfires led to his appointment to the Nine newsroom in Sydney. ...

Karla Grant

Karla Grant has dedicated a huge part of her career to working in Indigenous news and current affairs, witnessing and reporting on the shifts in policy and attitude towards Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders. Karla has spent the last decade on Living Black, further demonstrating her commitment to giving Indigenous people a voice. Karla started at SBS over 16 years ago, as a presenter, pr ...

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