LACHLAN "LOCHIE" DADDO
Lachlan "Lochie" Daddo has been a professional television presenter and
speaker for more than ten years.
Throughout this time he has worked as an actor,
reporter and presenter for all the major networks, on everything from
entertainment news to current affairs including: Let’s Do It and 'E' News for
Network Ten; Entertainment Tonight; the Today Show and Animal Hospital for the
Nine Network; six years as a presenter on Channel 9’s prime time travel show
"Getaway" and an appearance in a guest role Neighbours for Grundy Television and
In addition to television, Lochie has also worked in extensively in radio, print
media, stage and in the corporate area as a video presenter, guest speaker and
master of ceremonies for conferences, special functions, product launches and
award ceremonies. He has hosted corporate and training videos for numerous major
Australian corporations including Qantas, the NRMA, the Commonwealth Bank and
Telstra and as a spokesperson for the 40 hour famine.
If there is one thing Lochie has learnt, it is the skill and importance of
grabbing the attention of an audience from the outset and taking them on a
journey while imparting information in an entertaining and concise way, and
moving that audience to action.
Through his work as a television presenter, producer and speaker, Lochie has
worked with everyone from politicians and CEO’s to the world’s biggest
entertainment stars – and knows how to bring out the best in people from all
walks of life.
Today Lochie’s time is divided between hosting Home Life Style for Delco
productions and the Ten Network, producing and hosting television and training
groups and individuals with some of Australia’s leading companies in the art of
presentation and spending time with his wife, Karina Brown and their new baby
ALYSSA - JANE COOK
One of Australia’s leading performers and best-loved personalities, Alyssa-Jane
Cook has appeared in numerous Australian television drama series including GP,
Sons & Daughters, A Country Practice, E-Street, Home and Away and
has also been a regular guest on entertainment programs including Good News Week
and Beauty & The Beast and presenter of Bright Ideas on Network Ten.
In addition to appearing in numerous theatre productions including the New Rocky
Horror Show and The Vagina Monologues, Alyssa-Jane has featured in several major
advertising campaigns including Clorox, Repco, Pepsi and Beautician’s Secret
While her first love will always be pure acting roles on film, stage or
television, Alyssa-Jane is also an accomplished television host, two credits not
usually found residing comfortably in the one performer. Alyssa-Jane’s
television hosting experience ranges from the hugely popular Sex Life, to
Breakfast Time, Australia’s Funniest People and co-host of Sale of the Century.
Alyssa Jane’s easygoing nature and uncompromising professionalism is already
earning new fans for her latest project as co-host of Network Ten’s new morning
program, Home Life Style.
FAY DE LANTY
Faye De Lanty has been presenting since the age of 16 after landing a role on
Network Ten’s children’s program 'Totally Wild'. Now she is a highly
experienced presenter, producer, researcher and writer. Breaking the rule "Never
work with kids and animals", Faye has done both……feeding tiger cubs, swimming
with sharks and working with more than 100 schools and community groups around
Faye has appeared on several other Network Ten programs including Good
Morning Australia, Melbourne Cup National coverage, and the Indy
Car National Motor Racing telecast. She has also worked as a presenter on
Queensland based lifestyle show "Click on Ten" and National programs "Bright
Ideas" and Network Ten’s DIY show "Let’s Do it".
While presenting was Faye's first foray into the entertainment industry, she has
also demonstrated a passion for acting. She studied for two years at the Metro
Arts centre in Queensland, enrolled in their dramatic course "The Psychology of
Character" as well as their 8-week scene course. Other courses include 10 weeks
at Faith Martin and 12 weeks at the National Institute of Dramatic Art.
Faye has 8 years of voice training and is frequently hired as a voice over
artist for companies such as Austereo, Stellar Radio and McCann
Erickson. She was the voice behind the Australian and New Zealand 2002
Television campaign for "Clearasil".
Acting as an MC at high profile events is another skill Faye possesses. She
hosted Kylie Minogue's Westfield Shopping Centre appearance in
Queensland, Winter and Spring Racing Carnivals and many corporate events
Presenter, Producer, MC, Voice Over Artist and Actor…with all these skills
behind her Faye is sure to achieve even greater success in the future.
Adam Simpson has been a presenter on Sydney Weekender, Seven News
and 11am for the Seven Network and is a highly experienced television
Adam's worked as a producer on 'Australian Idol', 'Harry's Practice',
'Good Medicine', 'Animal Hospital', and 'Australia's Most
Wanted'. He was a producer and voice over artist on Channel 10's 'The
Hothouse' and was the voice of Big Brother during the very first Big Brother
In 1998 Adam took time out from the television industry to pursue his love of
music and formed a successful live covers band. Too cheap to pay a drummer and
bass player, Adam kept the band to just two members - himself on guitar and
another bloke on vocals. His duo, called 'Inversion', played more than a
hundred gigs that year and entertained its fare share of out of control Hens
These days Adam prefers to spend his time on the golf course. A self-confessed
golf nut, he somehow still thinks he's a chance to make the PGA Tour.
Keep the dream alive Adam, is all we can say.