The MC's & speakers listed on the following pages are well suited to corporate events & are some of the best known & well loved in Australia. If you would like to make an MC or speaker booking, please note the names of the artists you are most interested in & either email us via contact us or call us on 03 9500 1613. We have the very finest celebrity entertainment available for corporate functions, venues, clubs & pubs.
'COXY' GEOFF COX
Coxy’s life in the entertainment industry has been long and varied. As a raconteur he is second to none. His talks cover TV, radio, music, advertising, travel and life in general. He is a genial speaker who can be “one of the boys” but is equally comfortable with the ladies and mixed audiences.
TV PRESENTER and HOST
Postcards on Channel 9 for 5 years.
Coxy’s Big Break on Channel 7 for 11 years.
Both very high rating Lifestyle, Travel Shows.
Coxy started drum lessons at 15, eventually being taught by American Show Drummer Alan Mansfield in Latin, Jazz and Rock and Roll. He turned professional playing 6 nights a week in Rock and Roll Bands as well as becoming one of the top session drummers in Australia- playing on 20+ gold albums.
To describe Tottie Goldsmith as "multi-talented" is a gross understatement.
Tottie was born into a showbiz family:- her father Brian, the doyen of the Melbourne night-club industry and her aunt, Olivia Newton-John, providing early inspiration along with dance teachers Antonio Rodrigez and Ronnie Arnold.
As a founding member of the band "The Chantoozies", Tottie toured Australia many times, appearing on every imaginable entertainment program and sold over 200,000 records. Upon leaving the band, Tottie embarked on a solo career…more singing and studying acting with the prestigious Beverly Hills Playhouse and Janet Alhanti's workshops in Los Angeles. On return to Australia Tottie landed the female lead in Beyond Production's Fire which was followed by a guest appearance in Bryan Brown's Twisted Tales playing opposite Academy Award winner Geoffrey Rush.
Adding but yet another string to her bow, Tottie, in 1996, signed on as host of Channel 10's controversial series Sex/Life which became one of Australia's most talked about shows. During this time Tottie also hosted Channel 10's coverage of the 1997 Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras and 40 Year of Television. As if 1997 wasn't busy enough Tottie yet again displayed an ability to successfully conquer new challenges headlining Melbourne's top rating breakfast program on TTFM. After wading through various possibilities in 1998, Tottie accepted the role of Miss Lynch in Grease - the Arena Spectacular, becoming part of the phenomenon in Australian box office history.
FRANKIE J HOLDEN
Frankie J Holden was born in 1952, the same year as the FJ Holden was first manufactured and during the course of his diverse career he has become as much an icon as his automotive namesake.
As Frankie J Holden he began his show business career with the legendary rock group OL '55; one of the most successful Australian recording acts of all time, and has gone on to be recognised as one of our most versatile and popular performers.
Frankie J. Holden is also a very experienced and successful television presenter. From 1993 to 1996 he was part of the team roaming the globe for the channel seven show "The Great Outdoors". For three years, from 1996, he hosted his own live variety programme"In Melbourne Tonight" for the Nine Network.
"Tim Campbell's natural charisma connects instantly with his audience and creates a fun, entertaining atmosphere for a wide range of event styles. Tim's talent and contagious personality is always a pleasure to work with." - Melanie Berry, Entertainment Coordinator Crown Melbourne Ltd.
With over 15 years experience entertaining and enlightening the corporate event world, Tim Campbell is one of those unique multi talented Emcees who can easily adapt to varying style of events. Known as "one of the nicest guys in entertainment", Tim naturally makes an audience feel at ease, whilst administering the needs and objectives of his client.
Tim Campbell is a natural all round entertainer. He sings, acts and hosts with an easy knock-about warmth and infectious style.
Tim is most well known on Australian TV in the role of 'Dan Baker' on Seven's Home & Away. As a singer, Tim has performed in various productions around Australia, Asia and the Middle East, including his memorable appearances at Carols In The Domain, Perth Telethon and The Good Friday Appeal for Channel Seven and Carols By Candlelight for Channel Nine.
On the corporate scene, Tim has kept audiences entertained and clients more than satisfied including Toyota, Westfield, Nestle, Volvo, KPMG, Crown Casino Australia, Coca-Cola, Aussie Home Loans, Youth Olympics Committee, Heloise Waislitz, Racing Victoria and many more. Be it as an Emcee, featured vocalist or with his band The Tim Campbell Band, Tim leaves his audience excited whilst successfully delivering a client's brief.
John has been a visible part of Australian radio and television for over 34 years, achieving national recognition through his pivotal role as the voice behind Australia's longest running variety show Hey Hey It's Saturday.
John has endeared himself to audiences of all ages with his droll, spontaneous humour and his laconic sardonic outlook on life.
Recognised for his versatility as the "master of the one-liner", John is in constant demand as compere/host for a wide range of formal, social and corporate occasions. He is equally in demand as a facilitator for conferences and seminars as well as endorsement of advertisers' products, both on radio and television.
It is John Blackman's humour, familiarity and excellent rapport with listeners and viewers alike that have made him one of the most visible personalities in Australian show business, with widely acknowledged acclaim from his peers and associates.
He has also immersed himself in numerous other media-related ventures including several international animation projects with his wife Cecile.
DICKIE KNEE the best known a head on a stick in Australia, was created by John over 20 years ago and developed a cult following on the Nine Network Australia's extremely successful and longest running weekly variety show - HEY HEY IT'S SATURDAY.
Dickie's character has been described as cheeky, sexist, impertinent, irritating, tacky and annoying - but above all, loveable. Dickie has charmed audiences, advertisers and consumers throughout Australia with his anarchistic demeanor and has created a style of humour (with a little help from Blackers) that is unique to Australian television.
Marty Fields is a rapid-fire power station of material and one of the genuine big guns on the Australian comedy circuit.
You'd know Marty from his five years on “Hey Hey it's Saturday", "Blankety Blanks", or "The Battle of the Sexes.
He’s written three best selling comedy books, and has a comedy radio show that is networked to over a hundred stations nationally.
He was recently nominated for a “Mo” award as the best stand-up comedian in the country.
He's considered one of our great comedy exports, and has just returned from his third tour of the United States where he performed in Phoenix, Las Vegas, L.A, Dallas, and headlined for a week at the New York Comedy Club in Manhattan.
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