Andrew Daddo

MC, Compere, Author & Broadcaster

A popular entertainer and true professional, Andrew Daddo is a regular face on Australian television, stage and film.

Andrew’s also carved out a niche as one of Australia’s favourite corporate MC’s and Conference Hosts. He has hosted high profile television events including the Logies, People’s Choice Awards, and the Australian Music Awards. Working across all industries, his clients have included Subway, Mc Donald’s, CBA, Westpac, BT, National Insurance Brokers, AusRail, Baker’s Delight, Engineering group SMEC, Holden, Travellers Choice, Arbonne.

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Andrew Daddo has enjoyed a successful career across almost every media platform.

His television credits including hosting The Golf Show, Great Outdoors, 7’s Olympic Coverage and MTV. Highly regarded internationally, he was commissioned to report and present two episodes for the popular British travel program The Lonely Planet, which were subsequently nominated in the Cable TV Awards in the USA.

A radio presenter on 702ABC for several years, he has also hosted shows on 3AW, 3RRRFM, and the Radio Active Radio Show.

Andrew has had a weekly podcast with the Mamamia Network with This Glorious Mess for many years, and has developed the kids show, That’s Incredible. He is also the ‘best-selling’ author of 28 books, primarily for children ranging from picture books, to short story collections and novels. He has also written for young adults.

Having enjoyed a successful media career that began with Network Ten while an undergraduate at Monash University, then completed his studies majoring in politics/history, it’s fair to say, there’s not much Andrew has not done or is unable to accomplish. With extensive experience, he believes the secret to a good event is communication with the people as much as the industry.

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