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.

Paul Mercurio

From an international career in movies and television, one of Australia's favourite personalities, Paul Mercurio, turns his attention to another of his passions - food. Mercurio's Menu differs from other cooking series, because destinations share the spotlight with regional cuisines. Paul is tour host and resident cook as he escorts viewers around Australia. Food production in all of its diversit ...

Paul Roberts

Paul Roberts is the author of The End of Oil, which was a 2005 New York Public Library Helen Bernstein Book Award finalist, and he is a regular contributor to Harper's Magazine. A long-time observer of both business and environmental issues, he is an expert on the complex interplay of economics, technology, and the natural world. ...

Paul Roos

AFL premiership-winning coach Paul Roos is one of Australia's most admired sporting personalities. His leadership skills are transforming the way coaches approach their work. Paul Roos coached the Swans to victory in the 2005 AFL premiership, signaling the end of a 72 year drought for the club. In his first season as Swans coach, he was awarded coach of the year. Paul now speaks to corporations o ...

Paul Wallbank

Paul Wallbank is one of Australia's leading experts on how industries and societies are changing in this connected, globalised era . Paul helps businesses, governments and community organisations identify the opportunities in this time of rapid change. In explaining trends and technologies such as cloud computing, social networking and broadband technologies, Paul Wallbank deciphers the jargon an ...

Pete Murray

Pete Murray is an Australian singer-songwriter whose three full-length albums have all reached #1 on the Australian music charts. Born in Queensland, Pete was your average sporty kid, and considered studying sports medicine after high school, however his musical talents took him in a different direction. ...

Peter Berner

Peter Berner emerged as a major Australian comedic talent with the creation of the ABC TV program "BackBerner". Peter has a proven record of success in all facets of comedy and at all levels of the industry - he is an entertainer, MC and speaker not to be missed. ...

Peter Blasina

Peter Blasina is regularly acknowledged for having made a valuable contribution to the high standard of IT journalism both locally and overseas. A well-known face and voice nationally in mainstream newspaper dailies, key technology publications, on broadcasting vehicles such as public broadcaster ABC Radio, and TV station Channel Seven. He also owns and publishes two newsstand magazines that are d ...

Peter Donegan

Peter Donegan is one of Australia's most respected sports presenters and commentators. In addition to being critically recognised, and a multi-award winner in the racing codes, Peter's versatility in sports broadcasting has seen him cover the full spectrum of world sport. Over the course of his career he has covered a range of sporting events, the highlights of which include; four Olympic Games, ...

Peter Evans

Born in Melbourne but raised by the beach on Queensland's Gold Coast, one of the reasons a career as a chef appealed to Peter Evans was the lure of surfing all day and working at night. After opening his first restaurant, Pantry, in Melbourne's bay side suburb of Brighton in 1993 with his brother David and his brother's best friend, Daniel, Pete moved to Sydney in 1996 where the team established H ...

Peter Helliar

If comedy didn't exist Peter Helliar would be in a lot of trouble. Pete was born to be a comedian, he has no choice. Pete spent many of his younger years involved in amateur theatre and community radio before he decided to try his hand as a stand up in 1996. It was a fait accompli that Pete would become one of the most talked about new comics. In 1999 he joined Rove McManus on rove on the Nine Net ...

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