TOP 20 MC's!
Rob Mills. In 2003, Rob auditioned for Australian Idol. He found himself into the Top 12, on what became the highest rating TV show in history. He was signed to BMG shortly after the Idol Tour and his first single, Ms. Vanity debuted at #6 on the Australian charts, reaching Gold status. His debut album Up All Night was released in June 2004, featuring seven co-written tracks.
Joel Ozborn - Instinct Music. Following in the footsteps of Robin Williams and Eddie Izzard, Joel began honing his craft on the streets of Sydney’s Circular Quay. Not wanting to resort to the predictable type of street show, JOel created his own bizarre style of street comedy which led to him winning the 1998 ‘Street Performer of the Year’ Competition presented by the Sydney Opera House live on 2DayFM.
Australian television journalist and news presenter Tracey Curro began her career as a reporter on regional television in Shepparton, Victoria. A year later she returned to her home state to National Nine News Brisbane as a reporter and weekend news presenter, before being head-hunted by Channel 10 to present Eyewitness News Melbourne and Ten Morning News nationally.
Kitty Flanagan. Secretly Kitty always wanted to be an actor, however she knew she would never survive acting school. Her inner voice wouldnâ€™t shut up long enough to let her do serious things like Shakespeare or mime classes that required you to wave about like a sheaf of wheat in the wind or melt like an ice cream in the sun.
Steve Philp - Steve is the MC of The world’s biggest short film festival 8 years running, Tropfest. In 2011 he added MC for the Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards to his resume as well as being a finalist for Time Out Comedian the Year. He features on the NRL Footy Showweekly works for Australia’s Got Talent, Ready Steady Cook andTop Gear Australia.