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RACHEL BERGER is widely acknowledged as one of Australia's finest stand up comedians. Her material is political, psychological and socially conscious. It encompasses contemporary lifestyles, offering a hilarious and poignant expose of human foibles. Her dynamic presence and engagingly sharp observations have made her an extremely popular performer both live and on television, across Australia and overseas.WHAT THE PRESS SAY ABOUT RACHEL BERGER
"Berger, queen of stand-up satire and dominatrix extraordinaire of audiences." The Australian
"She is one of the sharpest comedians of either gender or hemisphere"
The List, Scotland
"An hour with the unique Berger is like driving on a hot, dark night with high beam lights coming straight at you. She's alluring, seductive and dazzling. Two hours could be dangerous."
The Canberra Times
"There are passive stand-ups and there are active ones. Berger is one of the latter ... but there's still a centre to the act too. She's sharing her observations with us rather than pounding out the gags."
Time Out, London
"An uninterrupted high-octane monologue, delivered at breathtaking speed… Elle Magazine, Britain



David Koch (affectionately known by the Australian public as “Kochie”), is the co-host of Channel Seven’s morning show ‘Sunrise’. He is also the host of ‘Kochie’s Business Builders’ which is owned and produced by his own company Pinstripe Media. David is one of Australia’s foremost business and finance commentators. His finance columns include writing for New Idea magazine, The Daily Telegraph, Herald Sun, Courier Mail, Adelaide Advertiser and the Hobart Mercury.

As a former business owner, operator and company director, David is in demand as a presenter and regularly addresses a wide range of corporate events and groups. His specialty is speaking on success in small business and investment issues as well as providing practical tips. David speaks informatively from a base of personal experience and in depth knowledge of business and financial issues.

A survey conducted by ‘Money Management’ newspaper recognised David as one of the 10 most influential people in establishing the retail financial services industry. A Reader’s Digest survey found he is also one of the top 25 ‘Most Trusted People in Australia’. David has published numerous bestselling books on finance as well as his hugely successful ‘Kochie’s Best Jokes’ books. He was named Father of the Year in 2007. Combining his passion for AFL and business credentials, David was appointed Chairman of the Port Adelaide Football Club in 2012 and has since dramatically transformed their membership base, profitability and ability to get points on the board.

Corporate entertainer


Michael Pope has been entertaining people of all generations for over 20 years. His experience spans theatre, cabaret, corporate presentations and radio. On a national level, Michael has hosted six different television programs, as well as appearing on many others as an actor, and currently is the Producer of "Bert's Family Feud"; a program known for its emphasis on fun.

A skilled improviser, Michael brings it all together, knowing an audience will long remember being participants in the creation of a unique experience. Combining humour, confidence and flexibility, along with know-how and professionalism, Michael is the consummate master of ceremonies.

Corporate entertainer


The ideal corporate comedian, very dry & very very funny. The king of the straight faced one liners, Elliot is in constant demand as a corporate presenter & of course as a comedian.
With so many TV appearances over the years it would be hard to find a person who hasn't seen him perform. Good, clean, fast & funny.

• Over 50 stand up spots on Australian national television shows
• Over 1000 corporate performances at conferences, product launches, dinners and cocktail parties
• Oodles of public performances at comedy clubs through to big theatres, including the Sydney Entertainment Centre and Melbourne Concert Hall
• International public appearances including the Montreal festival and an 8 week tour of the US
• A number of radio and television commercials in Australia and New Zealand
• Several cameo roles on television including an episode of Neighbours
• Several corporate videos specifically tailored for the client company
• Host of the Qantas in flight audio comedy channel on all domestic and international flights (since December 2000)
• Best selling book "Business According to Goblet"
• CD "Internally Beserk"

Corporate entertainer


The talent of Steve Bedwell is tremendous, he is a television host, a radio personality, a producer, a director, a ARIA nominated recording artist, an author and a very funny comedian.
Each morning the people of Melbourne wake up to the voice of Steve Bedwell for he is the co-host of the top rating Triple M breakfast show 'Bedder's, Tim & Margie for Breakfast'.
In 1998 Steve found enormous radio success when he moved into the breakfast shift at Triple M Melbourne. This shift is considered one of the top radio positions in the country for a stand up comedian. Teamed up with long time friend Tim Smith they have topped the ratings.

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The name will be familiar to anyone who has lived in Australia, switched on a TV, picked up a magazine or listened to the radio. New Zealand born Richard Wilkins recently celebrated 20 years at the forefront of Australasian television, a milestone in anyone’s language.

Richard moved across the Tasman in 1980 and got his break as the host of MTV Australia. A six year run that established him as one of the country’s hottest properties.

Over the past two decades Richard has interviewed practically every major star in the world of film and music from Billy Connolly, Bruce Springsteen, Neil Diamond, Robbie Williams, Olivia Newton-John, Britney Spears, Barbara Streisand, Barry Humphries / Dame Edna and countless others. As well as hosted a myriad of top rating TV specials from the eight-hour Millennium Live, the Annual Tropfest Short Film Special and for ten years, the New Year’s Eve Festivities and Fireworks over Sydney Harbour.

Richard has also established himself as the MC of choice, hosting everything from the Australian Record Industry Awards, Australian Fashion Awards, Miss Australia Awards, the Annual Oscars telecast and a plethora of corporate events for A-list clients including Qantas and American Express.

Currently Network Nine’s Entertainment Editor, filing daily reports for the national Today Show, regular stories for prime time A Current Affair, network News and a multitude of other outlets. Richard Wilkins’ experience and depth of talent and ability speaks for itself, he is without doubt Australia's most respected and credible television host, compere, journalist and MC both here and overseas.

Corporate entertainer


Best known for his character acting and radio voices, in particular on hit shows such as D-Generation and Fast Forward, Michael offers the rare opportunity to corporate clients to tailor his after dinner performance and appear as just about any type of character required. Obviously, Michael is extremely competent to perform a straight MC role (or comical) for the evening.

Corporate entertainer


In April 1992 Brigitte took on the role of morning newsreader for Melbourne's Triple M radio breakfast show and with her fun sense of humour and natural 'chatty' personality she became part of The Richard Stubbs Breakfast Show team within four months.
Armed with her ferocious laugh and wit to match, Brigitte returned to the Ten Network in 1996 as host of "Monday to Friday", a national daytime show featuring interviews, information and entertainment.
After four years on The Richard Stubbs Breakfast Show, Brigitte in 1997 joined The Grill Team, sharing the microphone with Dermott Brereton and her former Channel Ten colleague Eddie McGuire. Brigitte quickly established herself as the strong, quick witted, lovable "lady" of the trio, not afraid to give her opinion and equally not afraid to joust with the boys.
During 1997 & 1998 Brigitte also reviewed movies on Channel 10's national Saturday morning show 'Video Hits".
Brigitte has established a successful career as a host and guest speaker at many business and entertainment functions and has been a regular columnist with the Herald Sun's Sunday Magazine.

Corporate entertainer


Together with Eddie McGuire, Trevor originally formed The Grill Team. This sports and comedy show aired on Triple M Melbourne on Saturday mornings. Due to the show's overwhelming success, Triple M moved The Grill Team to a regular Monday to Friday drive time slot.
Trevor has performed stand up comedy at all major comedy rooms throughout Australia including Last Laugh, Comedy Store, Comedy Club, theaters in every state, countless hotels, clubs and private functions and all comedy festivals.
Trevor is also renowned as a director of live comedy shows and is often head-hunted to do so. He has been involved as a writer for successful television shows such as Comedy Club, The Big Gig, Larger than Life and Hey, Hey It's Saturday and wrote the successful pantomime Hey Hey It's Cinderella performed at The Palais Theatre in Melbourne during 1996/1997.
Nationally, Trevor's profile sky rocketed since he played the live cross man on "Hey, Hey It's Saturday"
In 1994 he took on the role as the man behind the bar on the top rating Channel Nine "The Footy Show". The show has been an enormous success and Trevor has never looked back.
After all Trevor's writing experience he decided to publish a book titled "Any Danger?" which was a best seller, giving an insight into Trevor's humorous slant on life.
Trevor still performs regular spots on radio, various television shows and corporate performances.

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

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 
Jim Stynes 
Margaret Throsby 
Andrew Voss 
Tim Watson 
Sally Williams 
Tania Zaetta

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

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

Ernie Sigley
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

Jamie Durie
Mellisa Hetherington

Sami Lucas
Angie Hilton
Prue Acton 
Stephen Bennett 
Gabriel Gate 
Tonia Todman 
Suzie Wilks
Des Dowling
Geoff Cox
Livinia Nixon

Australian Rules Football
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) 
JUSTIN KOSCHITZKE (St. Kilda 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 Captain)
MICHAEL VOSS (West coast Eagles)
SIMON BLACK (West Coast Eagles)

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)

Entertainers / Presenters
NICKY BUCKLEY (TV Presenter and Media Personality) 
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) 
SIR PETER BLAKE (Amercia’s Cup winning yachtsman) 
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

Mountain Bike Riding
CADEL EVANS (1998 and 1999 Mountain Bike World Champion)

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)

Horse Racing
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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