Quickly discover the types of events you’ll need a professional event host, plus the roles a good MC will play in those events in this special MC report: When You Need a Master of Ceremonies
As the official host, the Master of Ceremonies holds a pivotal role in the smooth running of your event. An Enhance Master of Ceremony will become an essential part of your event team by professionally presenting speakers and performers, entertaining the audience, and keep the event moving.
Our dynamic and experienced Master of Ceremonies (MC) capture and maintain the attention of the audience, and rise to any and all unforeseen deviations from the event’s running script. See our Masters of Ceremonies below.
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Jessica Rowe's passion for news and current affairs has seen her become one of Australia's best-known television presenters and admired by viewers with her warm, down-to-earth manner and infectious smile. Areas of speciality include Master Of Ceremonies (MC). She began her television career in 1993 and has since held various prominent positions within Australian television, including a decade as a co-anchor for Network Tens First At Five News.
Larry Emdur is a well-known media personality in Australia, and has often been described as “brilliant” and “charismatic” by both colleagues and clients. His natural humour and ability to connect with the audience has made him a popular celebrity host, and a highly sought after MC and keynote speaker. Areas of speciality include Master Of Ceremonies (MC). Larry is the reigning Men’s Health Celebrity Man of the Year and at age 50 in 2015 became the magazine’s oldest cover, a title previously held by a 45-year-old Hugh Jackman. He also placed 5th on Dancing with the Stars in 2015 , but he’d rather not talk about that .
Amanda Keller's television career began as a producer's assistant on Simon Townsend's Wonder World. Within a week she was the program's head researcher and she hasn't looked back. Areas of speciality include Master Of Ceremonies (MC). In 1985 Amanda became a regular on-air reporter on Ray Martin’s Midday Show but it was Beyond 2000 that made her a household name. During her six years on the program she reported from all over the world and has received a number of journalism awards, including a United Nations Media Peace Award (1989) and the Michael Daley Award for Science Journalism (1989).
Tony Jones is a veteran television and radio current affairs journalist with many high profile roles under his belt. He is currently the host of Lateline which is aired on Wednesday and Thursday nights, and also Q&A. Tony is well-known for his roles as a reporter on Foreign Correspondent and Four Corners. Areas of speciality include Master Of Ceremonies (MC). A University of Sydney graduate, Tony Jones went on to join the ABC as a cadet for radio current affairs, which saw him working on both the AM and PM slots of The World Today programs. He became a reporter for Four Corners in 1985, and the following year joined SBS on Dateline. In 1987 Tony returned as a reporter for Four Corners.
Sami Lukis is an inspiration to those that meet her. She is confident, intelligent, outgoing, funny and most importantly professional. Areas of speciality include Master Of Ceremonies (MC). Sami has the capacity to raise awareness, generate sales and deliver profile to companies and products with which she is associated.
Bree Laughlin is breaking the mould as Melbourne's fresh new face. The long-time racing fan with a flair for fashion is a woman of many talents. Areas of speciality include Master Of Ceremonies (MC). Possessing an Accounting degree, Bree has also represented Australia in golf and has her Grade 8 in Classical Ballet with the Royal Academy of Dance, England.
Shane Jacobson is one of Australia’s most loved award-winning actors, presenters and entertainers, having worked in radio, film, stage and television, and with some of the biggest names in the business for more than 25 years. Areas of speciality include Master Of Ceremonies (MC). Performing has always been an important part of Shane’s life. It all began for him at the age of 10 in amateur theatre, and it hasn’t stopped since. His gift for characterisation and quick witty tongue cemented his early success in stand-up comedy and impersonating business identities at corporate functions. As ‘Sergio’, he was a regular on Melbourne’s Gold FM radio station in 1999, and it was around this time that Shane shifted his focus to acting, clocking up an impressive list of appearances in music videos, TV commercials and short films. He also worked as a TV audience warm-up performer for all the major Australian networks.
Tom is in every Aussie comedian's Top 5. A true master of the craft, he remarkably gets better each year, a phenomena that ensures other comics sneak in the back of his always sold out shows. Areas of speciality include Master Of Ceremonies (MC). He’s performed at every major comedy festival in the world, been twice nominated for a Helpmann and the biggest stand up on the planet Louis CK chose Tom to be his support act for his Australian tour. A sure fire, killer stand up at the top of his game.
Carrie Bickmore is the laughing man's newsreader, unafraid to laugh at herself or the weirdness that can often be headline news. Areas of speciality include Master Of Ceremonies (MC). Carrie has been co-hosting Network Ten’s The Project for the past six years. During that time she has delivered live news ‘but not as you know it’ to homes across Australia. She has travelled the world for stories including the 10th anniversary of 9/11 in New York, interviewed celebrities such as Brad Pitt, Will Ferrell and Sarah Jessica Parker. As well as falling over live on air.
Ray Martin is an Australian television journalist best known for his on-air roles on Channel Nine from 1978 to 2008. He was awarded an Order of Australia in 2011 for journalism. Areas of speciality include Master Of Ceremonies (MC). Ray Martin was appointed the ABC’s North American correspondent in 1969. Over the next 10 years his coverage included race riots, anti-Vietnam War protests, Olympic Games and presidential elections for news and current affairs television and radio, from Four Corners and This Day Tonight to science and religion programs.