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MC, Presenter, Vocalist it’s hard to put Angie Hilton’s qualifications in to any sort of order of ability except to say she is eminently qualified to do almost anything! Whether it be presenting on a national Television network or performing the national anthem for thousands of racegoers, Angie loves what she does… and it shows!
Her vocal ability has seen her perform regularly on the incredibly popular ‘Hey Hey It’s Saturday’ and she has worked with the likes of internationally renowned Ricky Martin, Thelma Houston, Ronan Keating and a number of leading Australian recording artists over the past few years.
At present Angie can be seen each week on Channel 7’s travel show - ‘Coxy’s Big Break’ in addition to her regular band performances and various MC roles for various City councils and corporate clients.
Angie Hilton is vibrant, vivacious and most importantly… talented!

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Mike Brady has a lot to offer as a motivational speaker or as an MC .
"The feedback I received was very positive and undoubtedly the valuable message (Mike) conveyed had an impact on all"
H. Mann Chief Executive Giants Basketball Team.
Composer, singer, entrepreneur and raconteur, Mike is also widely recognized as the minstrel of Australian Sport. Less widely known is that Mike has won and lost three individual fortunes and is now well on the way to winning his fourth.
When Mike gives a talk, he takes the audience on a journey through his early days as a young immigrant child to his exciting teen years as a member of one of Australia's leading 60's bands, MPD Ltd. He talks of his rise in economic circumstances as a music writer, and then to the reasons he felt the need to leave it behind for a career in business and as an entrepreneur.
He uses music as a tool, as he talks with humour and wit about the lessons he learned and starting again. Mike has a fascinating story to tell of writing Aussie football's anthem "Up There Cazaly" in 30 minutes - then watching it become Australia's all time best selling single and accumulating his first million. He built on this success by establishing himself as the advertising industry's most in-demand jingle writer - his football albums sold gold.
Then he 'diversified'…….in the wild eighties he speculated in property and his fortune collapsed. But he's fought back. He has returned to his roots and like one of the most requested songs he performs, he is 'Back On His Feet Again'.
It's a story of lessons learned to intrigue anyone who has ever dreamed of striking it rich, punctuated with songs. Funny, stirring and emotional - Mike is an inspirational speaker & an MC with a difference.

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has made a huge impact on the Melbourne comedy scene since leaving her northern Victorian home for the brighter lights. Corinne has appeared on Smallest Room In The House and UpFront Comedy for ABC-TV, Headliners for thecomedychannel, and The Loft Live on Channel 31. In 1999 Corinne sprang to prominence with more appearances on TV including several on Good News Week; and as one of the writers and key performers on the Channel Nine late night show Rove. In 2000 she continued with Good News Week, did a TV debate for Network Ten and started work on the 2000 series of Rove Live also for the Ten Network. 2001 sees her back on board for another series of Rove Live for the Ten Network and talking about current events in The Glass House with Wil Anderson and Dave Hughes on ABC-TV.

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is one of Australia's most accomplished comic performers and writers. He has more than twenty international festivals and twenty television series, in Australia and the UK, under his belt.
Currently hosting his fourth series of Unreal TV for Network Ten, Tim began his career touring the world for a decade with musical comedy trio The Doug Anthony Allstars (DAAS). He then hosted the Nine Network's Don't Forget Your Toothbrush and starred as Frankenfurter in the 1998 Paul Dainty production of Rocky Horror Show. Tim is currently producing Shock Jock, a comedy drama based on his concept for TV1 on Foxtel. It is the first ever 13 week, half-hour drama series for Australian cable. Tim's company, Mockingbird Productions, works in corporate and promotional events with Australia's largest corporations.
A writer and performer, his experience in television, music, literature, film and radio makes him versatile to say the least. A regular columnist in The Age newspaper, Tim recently published a political satire novel LEFT, RIGHT AND CENTRE (Penguin). A series of the book is planned for 2001.

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Mary Coustas is a writer/performer, well known for her performance in Wogs out of Work and for her character "Effie" from the TV series Acropolis Now. She won a Logie award for Best Comedy Performer. Back on stage, she then went on to appear in the record breaking theatrical shows Wog A Rama and her one woman show Waiting for Effie, which toured nationally throughout Australia. Mary's other TV Credits include Skirts, Wildside, Grass Roots and The Secret Life of Us. She also earned herself an AFI Nomination for Best Supporting Actress for her role in Mull, she also appeared in Nirvana Street Murder and Hercules Returns. Mary has recently completed writing and performing for her new TV show "Greeks on The Roof" based on her character Effie's, family home TV Studio. As Effie has so much to say, Mary has allowed her to write a book, "Effie's Guide To Being Up Yourself" which has just been published.


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Stephen Abbott is an enduring part of the Australian comedy landscape. While performing regularly over the past ten years as the Sandman or 'Sandy', Stephen has also found time to become an accomplished live performer, radio presenter, writer, actor, even recently turning his hand to documentary making in Siberia. As the Sandman, Stephen has performed on a number of different radio and TV programs, including: ABC TV's The Fat with Tony Squires and his ABC radio serial The 21st in 2003; Triple M¹s Breakfast Show with Amanda Keller, Mikey Robins and Peter Berner in 2002; a radio serial called Sunstruck Guest House broadcast nationally on ABC radio in 2001/2; Triple J¹s Breakfast with Adam and Wil and Triple J¹s Drive show with Merrick and Rosso, in 1999-2000; Sandy also co-hosted Triple J¹s breakfast program with Mikey Robins and Jen Oldershaw in 1998 and in 1997 with Mikey Robins and Paul McDermott, before which he wrote and performed daily comedy segments for the Triple J breakfast show from 1992-until 2000. Stephen regularly performs as Sandy on TV programs, such as The Fat on ABC TV, Good News Week, Good News Week Lite, Good News Weekend and in two TV specials with fellow comedian Flacco for Network Ten, and his own special on Network Ten in 2002, Speed of Doubt. Stephen and Paul Livingston (aka Flacco) have developed a strong rapport and commonly perform together as Flacco and the Sandman, both on TV and live on tour. Stephen has undertaken extensive live stand-up tours of Australia including: the Rat Pack Tour (with Paul McDermott and Mikey Robbins, 2000 - 2003); Flacco and the Sandman (Brisbane 2002 & Regional NSW 2001); as well as In the Corridors of Uncertainty (National tour in 1994-5); and he was a founding member of The Castanet Club between 1982 and 1989. Stephen Abbott¹s writing credits include 7 books: The Diary of a Bus Clown, 204 Bell Street, Pleasant Avenue, Observations from a Moving Vehicle, This is my Surfboard and Sandman¹s advice to the unpopular (ABC Books); and Big Man¹s World (Random House) co-written with Tony Squires and Mikey Robins. Sandman is hugely popular on the corporate circuit, recent clients include The Property Council of Australia, Harvey Norman, and The Laminex Group.

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