This is a listing of Australian television presenters and television journalists. ...more on Wikipedia about "List of Australian television presenters"
Livinia Helen Nixon (born March 19, 1975) is an Australian television presenter and actor who has worked on a number of programs appearing on the Nine Network. ...more on Wikipedia about "Livinia Nixon"
Liza Witt is a Australian singer/actress who was best known in the 1990s as a member of the pop music group Teen Queens. Witt was born in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia in 1974. ...more on Wikipedia about "Liza Witt"
Marty the Monster was a fictional monster character on Australian television show The Early Bird Show during the late 1980s. ...more on Wikipedia about "Marty The Monster"
Mary Kostakidis was born in Salonica Greece in 1954 and immigrated to Australia two years later. She is an Australian newsreader for the Special Broadcasting Service (SBS) and has worked for the network for over fifteen years. Kostakidis studied at the University of Sydney where she studied Modern Greek, Philosophy, French, German and Italian. She was laso a founding member, and first President, of the University's Greek Society. She then went on to complete a Diploma of Education in order to prepare for a career as a teacher. Kostakidis won a post-graduate scholarship to study at the University of Salonika] in [[Greece. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mary Kostakidis"
Matt Shirvington is an Australian athlete who won the Australian 100 and 200 metre national sprint titles on multiple occasions. After tearing his hamstring training for the 2004 Summer Olympics, he became the host of the Australian Channel 7 television program Beyond Tomorrow in 2005. ...more on Wikipedia about "Matt Shirvington"
Michael Tunn (born January 18, 1974) is an Australian radio announcer and television presenter. He was youngest on air radio presenter in Australia at the time of his appointment to the national youth station, Triple J in the early 1990s. He is best known for hosting Triple J's now defunct evening request program RequestFest between 1992 and 1997, and was also the host of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation's TV program The Afternoon Show during the early to mid 1990s. ...more on Wikipedia about "Michael Tunn" This article is made on shortopedia shortopedia
Mick Molloy (born July 11 1966) is a popular Australian comedian, writer and producer who has been active in the fields of radio, television, stand-up and film. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mick Molloy"
Mike Goldman is an Australian entertainer known for his work with voiceovers, televeision presenting and acting. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mike Goldman"
Mike Munro (born April 12, 1952) is an Australian television presenter. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mike Munro"
Born Miriam Gow, Mimi McPherson, one of supermodel Elle McPherson's younger sisters, is an Australian celebrity in her own right. Mimi McPherson is known for her passion for whales, and is involved in a whale watching business. She has been a presenter on the Discovery Channel. She is also known for appearing in a home video where she has sex with a former boyfriend. ...more on Wikipedia about "Mimi McPherson"
Naomi Robson is the current host of the east coast version of Today Tonight. Today Tonight is a public affairs program which screens weeknights on the Seven Network. ...more on Wikipedia about "Naomi Robson"
Natalie Gruzlewski is a newsreader and television personality in Australia. Gruzlewski is also a presenter on the lifestyle show Getaway. ...more on Wikipedia about "Natalie Gruzlewski"
Neil Cordy (born April 8, 1959) is a former Australian rules footballer and now television presenter. ...more on Wikipedia about "Neil Cordy"
Paul Barry is a British-born, Australian-based journalist, who has won many awards for his investigative reporting. ...more on Wikipedia about "Paul Barry"
Peter Russell-Clarke is an Australian television chef. Among other productions, he hosted a five-minute television show called "Come and Get It", which aired on the Australian Broadcasting Corporation network during the mid- 1980s. ...more on Wikipedia about "Peter Russell-Clarke"
Ray Martin (born 20 December 1944, in Richmond, New South Wales) is the Australian Nine Network's Senior Reporter. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ray Martin (television presenter)"
Ray "Rabbits" Warren is an Australian sports commentator for the National Rugby League coverage of the Nine Network. He also calls the action for various swimming events. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ray Warren"
Rex James Hunt (b. March 7, 1949), is an Australian television and radio personality featured on his own fishing and wildlife programme on the Seven Network. He is also a former Australian rules football player and commentator and police officer. ...more on Wikipedia about "Rex Hunt"
Richard Wilkins (born 19?? in New Zealand) is a prominent Australian television personality on the Nine Network. ...more on Wikipedia about "Richard Wilkins (TV presenter)"
Rob Brough is a former compere on Australian television. He became a household name as the host of the Australian version of the TV show, He now reads the news for the 7 network for the Queenslands Wide Bay and Sushine Coast regions. Family Feud. ...more on Wikipedia about "Rob Brough" Go crack a http://www.shortopedia.com!
Robbie McGregor is a prolific Australian actor, presenter and voice-over artist. ...more on Wikipedia about "Robbie McGregor"
Ryan "Fitzy" Fitzgerald (born October 16th 1976) is an Australian rules footballer turned television and radio celebrity. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ryan Fitzgerald"
Scott Cam (born ??) is an Australian television personality appearing on several lifestyle programmes on the Nine Network. ...more on Wikipedia about "Scott Cam"
Shaun Micallef is an Australian comedian. He was born Shaun Patrick Micallef on July 18, 1962, in Adelaide, South Australia. He currently lives in Melbourne with his spouse Leandra (whom he married in 1988), and has three sons (born in 1998, 2000 and 2002). ...more on Wikipedia about "Shaun Micallef"
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