Tony Squires

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MC, speaker, sports commentator and broadcaster

Tony Squires is one of Australia’s most popular and experienced media personalities, and a successful corporate entertainer, speaker, MC and quiz master.

As the host of Fox Sports’ weekly sports panel, Back Page, and head of several weekly shows on Triple M, he’s well known for his warm personality, great sense of humour, and his ability to talk about pretty much everything – especially sport.

About Tony Squires:

Originally from Newcastle, Tony has worked on stage, music, radio and television with a number of his Novocastrian mates, including Mikey Robins, Steve ‘the Sandman’ Abbott and John Doyle, aka ‘Roy Slaven’.

After failing his acting audition for NIDA, Tony vowed to destroy the careers of all actors. This attitude landed him a regular spot judging short films in the ABC’s popular Race Around The World. From there, he created Inside the Arena for Foxtel, a live-to-air television show talking about television. He moved on to host the much-loved ABC sports panel show The Fat, which was a huge hit before the Seven Network swooped and The Fat became 110% Tony Squires. This move also gave Tony the opportunity to host Seven’s Athens Olympic coverage and the One Day Cricket series in England with Stuart MacGill and Kerry O’Keeffe.

Tony has presented the sport on Channel Seven’s 6pm News Bulletin and been a guest reporter on Seven’s Sunday Night program. He has co-hosted Sydney radio station Vega 95.3FM’s breakfast show with long-time friends Rebecca Wilson and Mikey Robins, and has hosted major events including the Edinburgh Military Tattoo.

A talented journalist, Tony has been a feature writer, columnist and section editor at the Sydney Morning Herald. He edited The Guide for a number of years, as well as being deputy editor of the sports section. He wrote a popular weekly television column and, in 2008, had a year-long pop culture column in the Sunday Telegraph. Tony continues to write for a number of major newspapers and magazines.

In 2009, Tony published his second book Cracking the Footy Codes which, just a tad tongue in cheek, demystifies and explains footy: AFL rugby league, rugby union and football.

A tragic supporter of the St George Illawarra Dragons, Tony is also an ambassador for the Sydney Swans and delivers a comic Week in Sport spot in the Chairman’s Club at home games for the Swans’ highest-valued corporate guests.

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Tony Squires

MC, speaker, sports commentator and broadcaster

Quick Contact

Tony Squires

MC, speaker, sports commentator and broadcaster

Tony Squires is one of Australia’s most popular and experienced media personalities, and a successful corporate entertainer, speaker, MC and quiz master.

As the host of Fox Sports’ weekly sports panel, Back Page, and head of several weekly shows on Triple M, he’s well known for his warm personality, great sense of humour, and his ability to talk about pretty much everything – especially sport.

About Tony Squires:

Originally from Newcastle, Tony has worked on stage, music, radio and television with a number of his Novocastrian mates, including Mikey Robins, Steve ‘the Sandman’ Abbott and John Doyle, aka ‘Roy Slaven’.

After failing his acting audition for NIDA, Tony vowed to destroy the careers of all actors. This attitude landed him a regular spot judging short films in the ABC’s popular Race Around The World. From there, he created Inside the Arena for Foxtel, a live-to-air television show talking about television. He moved on to host the much-loved ABC sports panel show The Fat, which was a huge hit before the Seven Network swooped and The Fat became 110% Tony Squires. This move also gave Tony the opportunity to host Seven’s Athens Olympic coverage and the One Day Cricket series in England with Stuart MacGill and Kerry O’Keeffe.

Tony has presented the sport on Channel Seven’s 6pm News Bulletin and been a guest reporter on Seven’s Sunday Night program. He has co-hosted Sydney radio station Vega 95.3FM’s breakfast show with long-time friends Rebecca Wilson and Mikey Robins, and has hosted major events including the Edinburgh Military Tattoo.

A talented journalist, Tony has been a feature writer, columnist and section editor at the Sydney Morning Herald. He edited The Guide for a number of years, as well as being deputy editor of the sports section. He wrote a popular weekly television column and, in 2008, had a year-long pop culture column in the Sunday Telegraph. Tony continues to write for a number of major newspapers and magazines.

In 2009, Tony published his second book Cracking the Footy Codes which, just a tad tongue in cheek, demystifies and explains footy: AFL rugby league, rugby union and football.

A tragic supporter of the St George Illawarra Dragons, Tony is also an ambassador for the Sydney Swans and delivers a comic Week in Sport spot in the Chairman’s Club at home games for the Swans’ highest-valued corporate guests.

Client testimonials

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