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.
If you don’t see your emcee of choice here, talk to a Talent Specialist on 1300 884 485 (intl: +612 9518 3944) for an MC solution that’s the perfect fit for your event.
With his fun-loving, witty and enthusiastic personality, radio presenter Daniel Gawned stepped into the limelight when he joined Melbourne's Nova 100 breakfast radio program, the Hughesy and Kate Show, as anchor. Currently living in Sydney, Daniel has featured on Nova 969 on the Fitzy & Wippa Show where he engaged audiences with his comical banter. Areas of speciality include Master Of Ceremonies (MC). As an experienced MC, Daniel has MC’d major events for the Nova Network and clients including Vodafone, Shock Entertainment in store events and Australian Open Concerts at Hisense Arena.
Rob Mills is a born entertainer. A popular singer, presenter, actor and media personality, Rob has carved himself out a successful career spanning more than a decade, with many high profile credits to his name. Areas of speciality include Master Of Ceremonies (MC). Rob has had a busy 2013. Recently completing his starring role in the smash hit musical Legally Blonde as Warner Huntington III, he is currently rehearsing for the role of Danny in the musical Grease. After a standout performance in Network Ten’s Young Talent Time last year, Rob also hit our TV screens in Channel Nine’s Celebrity Apprentice, raising $40,000 for The Reach Foundation.
Kieren Perkins is a hero of the Australian sporting arena. From Captain of Swimming at Brisbane Boys College in 1990 to dual Olympic gold medallist just six years later, Kieren has added an impressively long list of awards and achievements to his name. Areas of speciality include Master Of Ceremonies (MC). Perkins has held 18 Australian records, three world records, and three Commonwealth records and has represented Australia all over the world, including in Monte Carlo, Rome, Auckland, Canada, Barcelona, Atlanta and, of course, at the Sydney 2000 Olympics.
Hugh Sheridan is the host and mentor on Network Ten's new talent show, I Will Survive. Areas of speciality include Master Of Ceremonies (MC). Straight after graduating from NIDA, Hugh was cast as ‘Ben Rafter’ in Australia’s highest rating family drama, Packed to the Rafters, for which he received three Silver Logie Awards for Most Popular Actor, a 2011 Silver Logie nomination for Most Outstanding Actor, a Silver Logie Award for Most Popular New Male Talent and a Graham Kennedy Award nomination for Most Outstanding New Talent.
Vale Max Walker, 1948-2016. In his life Max Walker had experienced most speaking scenarios in a diverse range of locations – from magnificently appointed high-tech theaters and glamorous ballrooms, to the outdoor arenas of the Australian desert. Areas of speciality include Master Of Ceremonies (MC). Given Max’s vast life experience and genuine curiosity for what makes people and organizations tick, he consistently produced tailor-made keynote presentations full of relevance and impact. It is his education, confidence and ability to deliver that takes the risk or “unknown quantity” from the speaker equation.
Adam Spencer first hit the airwaves in 1996 when he won the prestigious Triple J Raw Comedy Competition. He then went on to become a casual radio presenter, which ultimately led him to work alongside fellow comedian Wil Anderson as a co-host for the popular Triple J Breakfast Show from 1999-2004. At the end of this chapter of his life, Adam joined Wil Anderson for their Last Time Tour to commemorate their time on Triple J. The tour was a huge success and tickets sold out in every capital city across Australia. Areas of speciality include Master Of Ceremonies (MC). His unsurpassable passion for knowledge led him to attain his first class honours degree in Pure Mathematics. Combined with his fascination of science, Adam went on to host a variety of ABC science television programs, including Quantum and FAQ.
It’s been a rapid rise for Alex Cullen who joined the Sunday Night team in early 2010. Since then, Alex has travelled to all corners of the globe from Vanuatu to Alaska, Vietnam to Cuba and calls Laos his favourite country. He’s covered a broad range of stories including the Japan tsunami in 2011 and interviewed global stars like Stevie Nicks and Lionel Ritchie. Areas of speciality include Master Of Ceremonies (MC). The 33-year-old started his career with 7 as a general reporter in Perth in 2006. In 2007 he joined Sunrise and six months later, he became a general reporter for Seven News. Highlights include reporting on the Bathurst 1000, the Melbourne Cup, and the inspiring story of Jane McGrath.
Bryan Dawe is one of Australias finest political satirists. He has enjoyed a long, successful career writing and performing on national radio, television and film. Areas of speciality include Master Of Ceremonies (MC). Best-known for his work with John Clarke on the ABCs 7.30 Report where they prick the balloons of the nation’s alleged political leaders. Bryan was also a cast member and writer of the critically acclaimed and highly successful spoof of the Sydney Olympics, the ABC TV series The Games. His film credits include the Australia hit comedy The Castle, The Honorable Wally Norman, and Paul Coxs Lust and Revenge.
TV & Radio personality, Tim Blackwell can be heard from 4-6 PM each week day co-hosting NOVA’s National Drive show with Kate Richie and Marty Sheargold. Tim has been appearing on radio ever since he convinced his local Sydney community station to let him on air. Since then, he hasn’t stopped and now he actually gets paid to do what he loves! Areas of speciality include Master Of Ceremonies (MC). Having started with the Nova Network occupying a studio chair as a late night announcer in 2001, Tim was the first voice on air to launch Perth’s Nova 93.7 FM in 2002 with the Red Hot Chilli Peppers. Soon after, he packed his bags and moved back to Sydney to host the drive show on Nova 96.9 FM. After stints as breakfast anchor, co-host on nights, breakfast and drive, Tim found his new home alongside Kate Ritchie and Marty Sheargold for the national drive show in 2014.