MC, speaker and popular media personality
Jaynie Seal is one of Australia’s most accomplished, popular and versatile media personalities. She is a regular fixture on Channel 9’s Mornings show as well as the presenter of Lotto and Nine Entertainment Co.’s Cudo. She has also been co-host of the network’s New Year’s Eve shows for the past three years.
Jaynie’s media career has included presenting, reporting and producing. She was the weather presenter for seven years on National Nine News and part of the original team for the Weather Channel when it launched in 1999. She has worked on The Footy Show, Fresh, Kerri-Anne and The Today Show, amongst others.
Janie Seal is also a talented dancer and singer. She has worked extensively as a voice-over artist and singer for most of Sydney’s top-rating commercial radio stations. She has danced with Kylie Minogue and Thelma Houston and choreographed and hosted numerous corporate shows. She has also been involved in ABC for Kids, Walt Disney and Warner Productions throughout Australia and Asia.
With a warm and engaging personality, Jaynie Seal is a highly polished and popular presenter and host. Jaynie’s diverse interests and experience also make her an in-demand speaker for corporate events.
As an MC Janie has co-hosted the World Masters Games, The Gold Week Telethon on Channel 9, The Sydney Children’s Hospital, Jazz in the Domain, Seniors Week and The Muscular Dystrophy Foundation Ball (where her contributions were recognised by Patron, Jerry Lewis).
Jaynie’s other achievements include Ambassador for the Autumn Racing Carnival in 2008 and MC for the 2009 Fashions in the Field, MC for Seniors Week activities and Jazz in the Domain.
In 2009 Jaynie became an Ambassador for Sydney Children’s Hospital and has campaigned tirelessly to support children’s causes for many years. She also supports The Mother’s Day Classic, Youngcare and DanceAbility.
Jaynie has made several appearances and performances at Christmas carol shows, including the David Jones Kids Christmas concert in Hyde Park, Australia Day events and at numerous charity and community events. At Christmas 2011, Jaynie was the ambassador for the K-Mart Wish Tree Appeal which supported the Salvation Army.