'The Bachelor' and 'The Bachelorette' Presenter & Keynote Speaker
Osher Gunsberg is a much-loved media personality and the well-known presenter of high rating television programs including Network Ten’s The Bachelor and The Bachelorette. He has also hosted Australian national radio programs and was the first Australian to host a live network prime time television show in the USA.
With his outgoing personality and high-achieving media career, many are surprised to discover that behind the scenes, Osher has experienced a heart wrenching journey through life, love and living with mental illness. A powerful keynote speaker, Osher opens up to audiences about these experiences and in the process, delivers valuable insights that individuals can draw on to enhance their own mental health and well-being.
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You don’t become one of Australia’s most love celebrities overnight. From his work on Channel [V] in the early 2000’s to seven seasons on Australian Idol, Osher was the first Australian to host live network prime time TV in the USA on CBS’ Live To Dance.
Osher commenced his radio career in 1994 at Brisbane’s B105 on the overnight shift, and rapidly moved to a national audience with Take 40 Australia and The Hot Hits Live from LA. From 2016 – 2017 Osher was part of Hit105’s Stav, Abby & Matt with Osher breakfast show for Southern Cross Austereo, and Osher’s Love Line nationally on the HIT Network.
Returning to television screens, Osher took on roles hosting Network Ten’s The Bachelor, The Bachelorette and Bachelor in Paradise.
In 2018, Osher published his memoir, Back, After the Break, which openly reveals his powerful, dark, funny and heart wrenching personal story. Soon after its release, he began producing a live show based on the memoir while at the same time, speaking to audiences about his experiences.
A man of his word, Osher said he would never take his shirt off unless it was on the cover of Men’s Health Australia. In August 2018, he did just that – appearing on the cover of Men’s Health Transformation.
Osher is a director on the board of SANE Australia, a role through which he hopes to help change attitudes in our society about complex mental illness. Osher is also an Ambassador for the leading children’s charity The Shepherd Centre in 2018. With a hearing impairment himself, his aim is to help educate the public and help children who are born deaf or hearing impaired. A passionate photographer, cyclist, plant eater and coffee connoisseur, Osher lives with his wife, step daughter and their mischievous cavoodle.
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