MASTER OF CEREMONIES
Mark Beretta, or ‘Beretts’ as he’s more affectionately known, is Sunrise’s much-loved sports presenter.
Mark began his media career working in radio at 3GL in Geelong, and then Triple M in Melbourne. Within a couple of years, he made the transition to television and was snapped up by Seven in 1995. Since then, Mark has worked on the network’s coverage of every summer and winter Olympic Games, been a member of Seven’s AFL commentary team, the Australian Open tennis commentary team, and Seven’s V8 Supercars commentary team.
Natarsha Belling is one of the most recognised and popular presenters on Australian Television. After reading her first international news bulletin at just 21, Natarsha now has more than a decade of experience reporting and breaking some of the nation's biggest stories.
One of Australia's most versatile performing artists, Todd McKenney is an award winning and critically acclaimed performer on stage and screen. As an actor and the leading man of song and dance in musical theatre productions, he has entertained Australia for over 30 years from main stage to intimate venues. As a radio and television host, and the sometimes outspoken judge, he has shared his personality, humour and passions with us. It's not surprising that Todd is a household name.
Lisa Hunt is an American-born, Byron Bay-based soul sensation! Her show ‘Forever Soul’ (a retrospective of Motown, soul, funk and disco) has been wowing audiences here in Australia for a decade. She is not only the darling of the glamorous party circuit (recent shows include Collingwood Football, Linfox, Gold Coast Titans, Magic Millions, Spotlight and Westpac), but she also pulls big crowds in the public arena.
Lisa has performed, recorded and toured with some of the most legendary people in show business including Aussie icons such as Jimmy Barnes, Diesel, Tina Arena, Darren Percival, Jon Steven and Midnight Oil.
Heads and Tails Game Host
Much loved television entertainment reporter and co host of Network Ten's popular show "Studio Ten", Angela Bishop will host our much loved annual heads and tails trivia game.
Angela has been a long time supporter of the Grace Centre for Newborn Care since her daughter Amelia, at just two days old had heart surgery to treat her pulmonary valve stenosis. Angela's newborn daughter then spent five days at the Grace Centre located at the Children's Hospital at Westmead, in the care of staff who are specialised in helping babies.