Celebrity Speakers

Blair McDonough

He has appeared as a guest on Nine's Big Questions, Singing Bee Celebrity Wheel of Fortune and appears regularly on 20-1. Blair has also appeared in Australian Television Drama, including a recurring role on the UK production of Heartbeat and a guest role on City Homicide and he featured in the 2009 series of Sea Patrol. ...

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Bob Geldof

Although best known as the humanitarian tour-de-force behind Live Aid, it is unsurprising that Bob Geldof is also a renowned speaker concerning the charged topics of global politics, communications and business. A Nobel Peace Prize nominee, Geldof holds audiences in thrall with his unique presentations and insights on corporate social responsibility, leadership, sustainability and communications. ...

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Brendon Julian

Former test cricketer Brendon Julian is set for the match of his life as a presenter on Getaway. The all-rounder from Western Australia retired from the game in 1999 to concentrate on his television career. He has been a presenter on the travel program Postcards WA and Just Add Water, a water sports and activity program. Born in Hamilton, New Zealand, he moved with his family to Port Hedland in ...

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Brett Ogle

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Bruce Dickinson

Bruce Dickinson is a charismatic and unique speaker at any business event. As an entrepreneur, creative business thinker, commercial pilot and brewmaster, in addition, of course, to being the lead singer of Iron Maiden, he is a true renaissance man. Bruce is the man behind Cardiff Aviation, which specialises in heavy maintenance of Airbus and Boeing commercial aircraft and the training of pilots. ...

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Bruce Paige

Highly-regarded television presenter Bruce Paige joined Channel Nine Queensland in 1985 and spent 19 years presenting Nine News. Paige commenced his long media career in Maryborough in 1966 working at radio station 4MB, before moving to Wide Bay television three years later. He then worked for the fABC for almost 15 years – starting on 4th January, 1971, the same day Sesame Street hit Au ...

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Callum Hann

The youngest contestant in the second series of Master Chef 2011, Callum put aside his engineering degree to compete in MasterChef Australia. Determined to soak up as much culinary knowledge as he can, he would love a career as a chef whether he wins or not. ...

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Cameron Daddo

Cameron Daddo began his career in the entertainment business over 20 years ago. He started as a children's television host and has since moved through every form of entertainment since. Film and television acting, hosting, directing and producing, theatre, radio, singer/ songwriter, and the printed word... he has had success in every aspect. As Cameron will admit... "any way to tell a story!" ...

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Cameron Williams

Cameron Williams's journalism career began 1984 with a cadetship at The Courier-Mail newspaper in Brisbane. Apart from his main role as Seven News presenter, Cameron also at various times hosted Sportsworld, 11am, and the 1992 Barcelona Olympics, where he called Matt Ryan's equestrian double gold for Australia. Currently the Sports presenter and fill-in host of Channel Nine's Today Show. ...

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Carmel Travers

With a media career spanning thirty years, Carmel Travers has become a familiar face and voice for radio and television audiences across Australia. Formerly a journalist with the ABC, and foreign correspondent based in East Africa, Carmel became best known to audiences as the producer and presenter of the science and technology television series, Beyond 2000. She has produced hundreds of hours of ...

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