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Comedians, MC's and Speakers

The Comedians, MC's and Speakers listed on the following pages are well suited to corporate events and are some of the best entertainers around. If you would like to make a booking, please note the names of the acts you are most interested in and either email us via contact us or call us on (03) 9520 9109

Featured MC:

Geoff Cox

TV's Coxy's Big Break


Peter Berner is without doubt one of Australia's most popular and respected media entertainers, stand-up comics and corporate performers.

2008 saw Peter emerge to Host his own program on Triple M Network, "The Peter Berner Experiment", Triple M have shown extraordinary faith in Peter's unique talent as this is a "solo" show – very rare in the world of FM Radio. So far it's proven to be a ratings winner and has continued into 2009.

The corporate speaking circuit has always kept Peter very busy, he is one of the most recommended and in demand Event MC's, Conference Facilitators and Corporate Comedians in Australia today - with hundreds of engagements under his belt he is a proven star of this field.

Peter's versatility is one of his key attributes in the field of corporate speaking, he is equally at home hosting major events, performing comedy spots, facilitating conferences and debating. 

A cross section of the Clients that have utilised his skills is below and while it is not by any means an exhaustive list, it gives a clear example of the vast array of events that Peter has added value to.

These Clients include; Macquarie Bank, NAB, Toyota, Metcash, Australian Housing Industry Association Awards, Westpac, SPAA, Australian Film Industry Awards (AFI's), Prime Minister's Dinner Parliament House, National Press Club Awards, ANZ Budget Dinner (an annual repeat booking), Confectionery Manufacturers of Australasia, Queensland Government "Smart Awards", Starlight Children's Foundation, ADMA Mobile Marketing Awards, Australian Property Institute Awards Night, AWARD Awards (Advertising Agents of Australia Awards Night), James Hardie Group Forum – Australian National Roadshow events and The Smith Family.


Mikey Robins is one of Australia's best loved, intelligent, hilarious and most in demand entertainers, his career in both radio and TV has led to him becoming one of the most recognisable faces and voices in Australian entertainment history.
"Our guests have given us such superb feedback! Many commenting on how fortunate we were to have secured you and what an inspired choice you were!"
(Cathrin Cassarchis - WA Museum Foundation)

2009 saw Mikey's profile booming again with Good News Week dominating its target demographic on the box throughout the year, and his Vega 95.3 FM Breakfast Show capturing and consistently holding its audience in the cut throat Sydney FM market. Back to his best on both mediums Mikey is again in demand across Australia in the corporate speaking arena.


Paul McDermott has been at the forefront of the Australian entertainment industry since the Doug Anthony All Stars stormed to national and international success in the late 1980's. Most recently he has fronted the return of the iconic Good News Week program on Network Ten. This exciting new take on a perennial favourite has proven to be a huge hit, grabbing around a million viewers a week and topping the list in younger demographics.

Paul's career so far encompasses writing and presenting national radio programs on Triple J, writing and presenting television programs including "The Big Gig" (ABCTV), "DAAS Kapital" (ABCTV) and "Good News Week" (ABCTV & Ten Network), and in 2007 ABCTV's "Side Show". As well as this he has performed sell out Festival seasons at Melbourne, Adelaide, Montreal and Edinburrgh to both public and critical acclaim.

“Paul McDermott was invited to host a gala dinner to celebrate GlaxoSmithKline's contribution to Comic Relief. Paul's performance on the night was exceptional, he was very well researched on GSK and our people, providing a truly unique and tailored performance that was greatly appreciated. We didn't just get Paul McDermott, we got Paul McDermott doing GSK - we were thrilled.”
(Dr. Lisa Bonadonna - Vice President - GlaxoSmithKline Australia)

 Paul has also proved to be a sensational host of major televised events such as the ARIA's and The Great Debates. 2002 has seen Paul successfully host The World Comedy Tour, a standup comedy  program featuring leading performers from UK, USA, Canada and Australia that is currently being broadcast on major networks worldwide.

A broad range of corporate clients have utilised Paul's talents in a variety of roles and he has built an hilarious and appropriate set of corporate entertainment options. In addition to his well known musical and general hosting roles Paul has also undertaken with great success corporate debating as both panelist and moderator.

Paul McDermott is without doubt one of the most successful and popular performing artists Australia has ever produced. His undisputed talents as an event host, comedian, debate participant or moderator and musical performer make him a unique and valuable component of any corporate event or function.


Troy Ellis is the perhaps best known as the third voice of Melbourne's top rating breakfast radio show, Tracy and Matt in the morning on Fox FM. . He's just finished his third year with Tracy and Matt, having previously worked drive and afternoons on his own, he's co-hosted mornings with Brigitte Duclos, as well as having co-hosted the hugely popular Pillowtalk radio shows with Dr Feelgood nationally for 4 years from 1995-1999. Troy currently remains presenting on breakfast radio, and anchors Fox FM's brand new breakfast show, Matt, Jo and Benno which commenced on the air in late November 2003. That show is set for big things! These days with his early starts, social life can get a little dull during the week, but that's the price you pay working the prestigious breakfast time-slot. He manages to get out on a Thursday night though hosting Powerball, aired nationally on the Seven Network, and it's consistently one of the week's most watched shows on television. In 2002, Troy joined a new travel show as a presenter on the Seven Network called Discover. Airing Sunday afternoons just before the news, he now takes us to some of the most beautiful parts of Victoria every week. The show has thousands of viewers and its audience has tripled since in first went to air. Troy also has a passion and a long history in hosting events. He's done everything from host intimate Sex and the City parties with Kristin Davis (Charlotte from Ch.9's Sex and the City) at The Prince Hotel in St Kilda, to hosting the in-store appearances for the hottest band or TV star-of-the-moment at major shopping centres, to presenting major national awards nights in front of thousands of people at Rod Laver Arena.

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International Headliners

Sir Bob Geldof

Evander Holyfield 
Billie Jean King 
Greg Louganis 
Joe Montana 
Martina Navratilova 
Arnold Palmer 
Tyra Banks 
Pat Conroy 
Chris Evert 
Peggy Fleming 
Scott Hamilton

Sports & Motivational

Ron Barassi 
Peter Bland 
Charlie Brooks 
Greg Chappell 
Lisa Curry Kenny 
Peter Daicos 
Bob Dwyer 
Mark Ella 
Nick Feteris 
Chris Fydler 
Buddha Handy 
Trevor Hendy 
Rebecca Joyce 
Damian Keogh 
Laurie Lawrence 
Craig Lowndes 
Iain Murray 
John Newcombe 
Simon O’Donnell 
Brett Ogle 
Dean Pullar 
Kevin Sheedy 
Mark Skaife 
Sue Stanley 
Peter Sterling 
Paul Vautin 
Greg Welch 
Mike Whitney

Australian Headliners

Marcus Ambrose 
John Bertrand 
Dermott Brereton 
Nicky Buckley 
Robert de Castella 
Nicola Charles 
Robert DiPierdomenico 
Sophie Falkiner 
Catherine Freeman 
Nick Farr Jones 
The Freedman Brothers 
Evonne Cawley 
Phil Kearns 
Craig Parry 
Glenn Ridge 
Ken Rosewall 
Paul Salmon 
Rachael Sporn   
Margaret Throsby 
Andrew Voss 
Tim Watson 
Sally Williams 
Tania Zaetta

Media / Current Affairs

Rex Hunt
Red Symons
Dennis Walter
Wilbur Wilde
Jennifer Adams 
Len Evans 
Peter Fitzsimons 
David Fordham 
Anne Fulwood 
Ian Leslie 
Steve Liebmann 
Ian MacRae 
Eddie McGuire 
Sandy Roberts 
Jessica Rowe 
Ross Stevenson 
Ken Sutcliffe 
John Tapp   
Tim Webster

Business / Marketing / Finance

Prue Acton 
Stephen Bennett 
Hon John Brown 
Paul Clitheroe 
Brad Cooper 
Nic Feteris 
David Galbally 
Amanda Gore 
The Hon. Jeffrey Kennett 
Ian Kiernan 
David Koch 
Bob Mansfield 
John McGrath 
Cameron McConville 
Chris Newton 
Allan Pease 
Siimon Reynolds 
Graham Richardson 
Lisa Wilkinson


Jamie Durie
Mellisa Hetherington
Paul Mercurio  
Sami Lucas
Angie Hilton
Prue Acton 
Stephen Bennett 
Gabriel Gate 
Tonia Todman 
Suzie Wilks
Des Dowling
Geoff Cox
Brigitte Duclos
Livinia Nixon

More inspiring speakers...


DERMOTT BRERETON (Former AFL Champion, Hawthorn F.C. Director, Channel Seven Media Personality) 
BILL BROWNLESS (Former AFL Star, Media Personality)
ROBERT DIPIERDOMENICO (Former AFL Star, Brownlow Medallist, Media Personality) 
JOHN LONGMIRE (Former North Melbourne Champion and Media Personality) 
TIM WATSON (Former AFL Champion, Former St Kilda ‘ The Saints’ Coach, Media Personality) 
PAUL SALMON (Former AFL Champion, TV Presenter & Media Personality) 
DAVID SCHWARZ (Melbourne Football Club & Media Personality) 
KEVIN SHEEDY (Essendon Football Club Coach)
SHANE WOEWODIN (Collingwood Football Club)
JOEL BOWDEN (Richmond Football Club) 
BLAKE CARACELLA (Essendon Football Club) 
DALE LEWIS (Sydney Swans player and Media Personality) 
DANIEL HARFORD (Hawthorn Football Club) 
JONATHAN HAY (Hawthorn Football Club) 
CHANCE BATEMAN (Hawthorn Football Club) 
EZRA BRAY (Geelong Football Club) 
JOEL COREY (Geelong Football Club) 
DAMIAN CUPIDO (Brisbane Football Club) 
LEON DAVIS (Collingwood Football Club) 
DARREN GLASS (West Coast Eagles Football Club) 
BEN JOHNSON (Collingwood Football Club) 
TROY MAKEPEACE (North Melbourne Football Club) 
ANDREW MILLS (Richmond Football Club) 
EZRA POYAS (Richmond Football Club)   
AARON HAMILL (St Kilda Football Club)
NICK RIEWOLDT (St Kilda Football Club) 
DANIEL HARRIS (North Melbourne Football Club) 
MICHAEL HANDBY (Adelaide Football Club) 
ADAM McPHEE (Fremantle Football Club) 
DANIEL CROSS (Western Bulldogs Football Club)
NATHAN BUCKLEY (Collingwood Football Club Coach)
MICHAEL VOSS (Brisbane Lions)
SIMON BLACK (Brisbane Lions)


CATHERINE FREEMAN (2000 Olympic Gold Medallist 400mtrs) ROB DE CASTELLA (Commonwealth Games Gold Medallist & former Head of the Australian Institute of Sport) PATRICK DWYER (Olympian - 200 and 400 metre runner)

RACHAEL SPORN (Australian Opals Team Member, WNBA - Detroit Shock, WNBL MVP 1996 & 1997)

NICKY BUCKLEY (TV Presenter and Media Personality)
ANGIE HILTON (TV Presenter, Singer)  
NICOLA CHARLES (Model, Actress, Former Star of Channel 10’s Neighbours) 
SOPHIE FALKINER (Host of Channel 7’s Wheel of Fortune & Media Personality) 
GLENN RIDGE (Host of Sale of the New Century, TV Presenter) 
MARGARET THROSBY (Presenter - ABC Radio Australia) 
ANDREW VOSS (Channel Nine Sports Commentator and Media Personality) 
SALLY WILLIAMS (Face of ‘BrandPower’, ‘Host of Channel 9’s Building Your Dream’, Corporate Video Spokesperson) 
TANIA ZAETTA (TV Presenter and Actress)


ROBERT ALLENBY (12 Career victories including 2000 Western Open; 2000 Australian PGA Championship; 1994 Australian Open Championship
STUART APPLEBY (Houston Open 1999; Kemper Open 1998; Honda Classic 1997; Schweppes Coolum Classic 1998) 
GREG CHALMERS (1998 Holden Australian Open Champion; 1997 ANZ Players Championship) 
BOB CHARLES ( British Open Winner 1963 (only New Zealander to do so), 22 Career Victories plus 35 Seniors Tour victories) 
RODGER DAVIS (21 Career victories; 1986 Australian Open; 1990 & 91 Australian Order of Merit winner; Top 20 European Tour Career Money List) 
STEVE ELKINGTON (12 Career victories; 1995 US PGA Champion; 1991 & 97 The PLAYERS Championship; 1992 Australian Open) 
SCOTT GARDINER (Consecutive top 10 finishes in Tour events as an amateur; Eisenhower Cup 2000) 
ANNE-MARIE KNIGHT (1997 Top 10 European Tour Order of Merit; Winner 1999 German Open) 
FRANK NOBILO (14 Career victories; 1997 Greater Greensborough Classic; 1994,96,98 President’s Cup; 1995 BMW International Open) 
BRETT PARTRIDGE (Eisenhower Cup 1996) BRETT RUMFORD (2000 ANZ Player Championship
Norman von Nida Rookie of the Year 2000) ADAM SCOTT (Widely regarded as the most exciting young Australian player since Greg Norman. Winner of the 2001 Alfred Dunhill Championship on the European Tour.) 
PETER SENIOR (25 Career victories worldwide including 1998 Australian Open; 1990 European Open;Australian Masters 1991,94,95; Canon Challenge 1994,96,97) 
GRANT WAITE (1996 Kemper Open and 1992 New Zealand Open) 
KARRIE WEBB (World No. 1; 20 LGPA victories including 2000 Nabisco Championship, US Women’s Open, LGPA Player of the Year 1999 & 2000; 2000 AAMI Australian Women’s Open, 1995 & 1997 Women’s British Open Champion, 1998 & 99 Australian Ladies Masters Champion) 
TAMIE DURDIN (2nd 2000 LPGA Qualifying Tournament (US);Winner 2000 Futures Classic) 

RUGBY UNION (The Australian Rugby Union) NICK FARR-JONES, OAM (Former Wallaby Captain) 
PHIL KEARNS (Former Wallaby Star and TV Presenter)

JOHN BERTRAND, OAM (Victorious Skipper of Australia II 1983 America’s Cup)  
LESLIE EGNOT (New Zealand women’s 470 Champs winner every year since 1985, Olympic Silver Medal Winner in 1992 at Barcelona)

JASON BRIGHT (Dorricott Racing - Indy Lights Australian Touring Car Champion 1997) MARCOS AMBROSE (Pirtek Racing Team)




RICKY PONTING Australian Test and One Day Player






EVONNE CAWLEY (1971 and 1980 Wimbledon Singles Champion 1974, 1975, 1976, 1977 Australian Open Singles Champion, 1971 French Open Singles Champion) 
PAT CASH (1987 Wimbledon Singles Champion) 
RAPHAEL DUREK (Australia’s junior rising star) 
TODD LEY (One of Australia’s Outstanding Junior Players) 
JOHN NEWCOMBE (1967, 1970, 1971 Wimbledon Singles Champion 1973 & 1975 Australian Open Singles Champion 1967 & 1973 US Open Singles Champion Current Davis Cup Captain) 
TODD REID (One of Australia’s top Junior Players) 
KEN ROSEWALL (1971, 1972 Australian Open Singles Champion 1968 French Open Singles Champion 1956 and 1970 US Open Singles Champion ) 
SANDON STOLLE (1999 Davis Cup Representative)



THE FREEDMAN BROTHERS (Lee, Richard, Anthony & Michael - 3 Melbourne Cups, 3 Caulfield Cups, 4 Golden Slippers. Horses include Super Impose, Naturalism, Schillaci, Doriemus & Mannerism) 

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