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.

Cameron Knight

Long-time host and writer for various shows on Foxtel's Comedy Channel, most notably his tenure at the helm of Stand Up Australia - the show that introduced Australian stand-up comedy to the general public, Cam Knight has had a hand in shaping the careers of many Australian comedians even while forging his own. Coming up with new material for five shows every week arguably made him one of Australi ...

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. ...

Camille Valvo

Comprehensive MC! Camille was born in USA, raised in Japan (speaks fluent Japanese). Her strengths lie in VIP protocol, cultural diversity, customer relations. Camille has vast experience in the Australasian market. She is dynamic, confident and superbly professional. ...

Candy Tymson

Candy Tymson is a business communications expert with more than twenty-five years experience in public relations and Author of Gender Games: Doing business With the Opposite Sex and Co-Author of the The Australian & NZ Public Relations Manual, the recognised textbook in colleges and universities in both countries. Candy's expertise is communication, gender differences and marketing & promotion. . ...

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 ...

Caroline West

Dr Caroline West is one of Australia’s best-known media doctors. Her credits as a TV presenter and producer include Beyond Tomorrow, Good Medicine, Beyond 2000, 60 minutes, Sex/Life, Living Longer, Everybody and George Negus Tonight and Guide to the Good Life. She is the GP expert for ninemsn and has written regularly for the Sun Herald and Australian Doctor. ...

Carrie Bickmore

Carrie Bickmore is the laughing man's newsreader, unafraid to laugh at herself or the weirdness that can often be headline news. Currently a presenter on Network Ten's The Project (formerly The 7PM Project), Carrie was for many years the voice behind the weekday news on Melbourne's Nova 100, nominated for Best News Presenter at the Australian Commercial Radio Awards, and winning the award, with R ...

Catriona Rowntree

"Australia's Most Travelled Woman", that's the title earned by Catriona Rowntree after more than 16 years at the helm of Australia's favourite travel show Getaway on Channel Nine. Catriona celebrated her 10 years on Getaway by publishing 'Catriona's Australia: 100 of my favourite Aussie locations' through JDP. In addition to her TV roles, Catriona has been able to utilise her passion for Community ...

Charlie Pickering

Charlie is a political junkie, former lawyer and the voice of his generation as a regular team captain for Generation X on Network Ten's new quiz show Talkin' 'bout Your Generation. Until April 2014 Charlie was on our screens as co-host of The 7PM Project where the days news is dissected, digested and re-constitued by some of Australia's funniest and smartest. ...

Chester Williams

Chester Williams is perhaps the most popular of all the Springboks, winning fans on the field with his high work rate and off the field through his work in development rugby. He has become an inspiration to rugby players in the under-privileged areas of South Africa. Quiet and modest by nature, Williams is an ideal role model. He was a key player in South Africa's campaign to capture the 2001 Rug ...

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