David ‘Luttsy’ Lutteral
Co-Hosts Nova 106.9'5 Breakfast Show & MC
David ‘Luttsy’ Lutteral is a man of many talents. He is a successful breakfast radio host, sports and comedy presenter, corporate and on-field MC, national television presenter and content creator, writer and all-round sports fanatic.
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Luttsy started at the very bottom of the radio food-chain, volunteering at a shopping centre radio station and cleaning the gum off a talk presenter’s boots on AM radio.
Hired as the Nova 106.9 sports guys as part of the foundation breakfast team in 2005, Luttsy displayed (in his words) “a masterful display of equal parts wit and sleight of hand which saw me soon become a fully-fledged member of Brisbane’s Number One radio show”.
Luttsy loved being a part of a show that changed the Brisbane radio landscape forever, and despite a yearlong sabbatical to Los Angeles in 2009, which he doesn’t remember, he has remained at Nova 106.9 ever since.
Luttsy is a proud local and a proud brand ambassador for XXXX, Queensland Cricketers Club, Ringers Western, Maui Jim, Wil Valor and Links Hope Island. He is as comfortable walking the red carpet at some fancy event as he is chatting to locals at the country races.
He has a passion for all sports, particularly rugby league and athletics, and has served on the board of the Queensland Academy of Sport. He is also widely regarded as the third worst triathlete in Qld and has been outed on air for his average swimming ability.
A television regular for more than a decade, Luttsy appeared weekly on ABC TV’s “The Fat” and the Nine Network’s NRL Footy Show for many years. He also appears on FOX Sports “The Back Page”.
Luttsy continues to work as an irreverent corporate and on-field MC, having worked for most major Australian sporting organisations and at major championships including Commonwealth and Olympic Games.
He also passionately supports the fine work of YOUNGCARE, a charity originating in Brisbane, helping young people with high care needs get out of aged care.