Master of Ceremonies Speakers

What makes for an expert Master of Ceremonies? Everything, really. Most especially their polished experience in captivating audiences. Ovations can help you select a remarkable host with a talent for enthralling others. Trained journalists, TV personalities, comedians, commentators, celebrities and so many more. Make those important occasions count. Let the experts host your finest events.

Warren Brown

Warren Brown has been a full-time editorial newspaper cartoonist since the 80's and is currently cartoonist for the Sydney 'Daily Telegraph'. He's also a keen history buff who likes to spend his weekends turning spanners and skinning his knuckles on vintage and historic cars. He's a regular on television current affairs programs and has a weekly motoring column, 'Warren's Wheels' in the Friday e ...

Warren Smith

Warren joined FOX SPORTS in 1995, and over the years has put his vast knowledge of sport to use, commentating on many of FOX SPORTS premier events including the NRL, the 1998 Winter Olympics, the World Superbike Championships & Moto GP, and the National Basketball League. Warren has quickly gained a reputation throughout the country for his distinctive commentary style and versatility ...

Warwick Merry

Warwick Merry is a Certified Speaking Professional (CSP), twice Certified Virtual Presenter (CVP) and was recently awarded the Global Outstanding Intrapreneur award for his work in raising the skills and quality of online presenting among the professional speaking industry. With over 20 years working as a Speaker and Event Host/MC (and presenting online since 2014) he knows what it takes to truly engage an audience, no matter what the modality.

Wayne Pearce

Wayne Pearce is a prominent sporting personality who injects interest, humour and hard won success stories into the conference agenda. After seven years as a professional Rugby League coach Wayne still enjoys his current involvement in Rugby League as a Fox sports commentator, however since leaving club coaching in September 2000, his main focus now is corporate speaking, corporate teambuilding an ...

Wayne Schwass

Wayne was one of the most highly rated performers in the AFL, playing 282 AFL games over 14 years with the North Melbourne Football Club between and the Sydney Swans. Since Wayne's retirement, he has gone on to forge a name for himself as a highly respected Australian AFL media identity on TV, radio and in print, working with SEN1116 and previously with Triple M, Fox Footy Channel and the Herald S ...

Wendy Harmer

Wendy Harmer is Australia's best known comedienne. Wendy was the host of the ABC TV series The Big Gig, co-starred in the critically acclaimed World Series Debates with Andrew Denton in 1993/94 for ABC TV and in 1990 she had her own TV chat show, In Harmer's Way. Wendy joined Sydney's top rating radio station 2Day FM in 1993 to lead the Breakfast show team. She remained at 2DayFM for 11 years con ...

Wendy Little

Wendy Little is a comedian, writer, actor and composer. Her penchant for funny songs, most likely stems from her parents. They performed in Gilbert and Sullivan productions and left six-month old Wendy backstage in a bassinet. She was either destined to be a musical comic or the very model of a modern major general. Wendy has produced, performed and written shows for eleven Melbourne Internatio ...

Wil Anderson

Wil's stand up is a densely written, high-speed ride though one of the most wonderful comedic imaginations in the country. Politics, pop and the banal come together in a Wil Anderson routine, always delivered with more conviction and enthusiasm than any man's vocal chords can take. ...

Wil Hagon

Freelance motoring journalist, broadcaster and author. Motor racing commentator, in Australia and England for 32 years. Worked for all free-to-air TV channels, as well as Foxtel and Optus. ATN 7 for 11 years at Bathurst, SBS when Wayne Gardiner won his world championship, Ch 9 motoring segments on Midday with Ray Martin. Currently with ABC Radio nationally for both motor sport (Grandstand) and ...

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