List of Nine Network presenters

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This is a list of Nine Network presenters and the programs they appear on, in alphabetical order by their last name.

Presenters[edit]

Presenter Programs Time at Network
Liam Bartlett 60 Minutes 2006 – 2012
Stephanie Brantz Nine News & Nine's Wide World of Sport commentator 2006 – 2010 (departed for ABC TV)
James Brayshaw The Footy Show & Nine's Wide World of Sport commentator 2002 –
Tara Brown 60 Minutes, Nine News, A Current Affair & The Gift 1992 –
Scott Cam Burkes Backyard, Backyard Blitz, Domestic Blitz & The Block 2000 –
Paul Clitheroe Money 1993 – 2002, 2006
Shelley Craft Domestic Blitz, Australia's Funniest Home Videos & The Block 2008 –
Kevin Crease Clarkson's TV Hostess Quest, Adelaide Tonight, News Beat
& Nine News
1959 – 1974,
1987 – 2007 (deceased)
Ben Dark Getaway 1999 –
Mark Ferguson Nine News 1988 – September 25, 2009 (departed for Seven Network)
Larry Emdur The Price Is Right 1993 – 1997, 2003 – November 2005 (departed for Seven Network)
Ben Fordham Today, Nine News & A Current Affair 1999 –
Heather Foord Nine News 1989 –
Georgie Gardner Today (2006 - 2014) & Nine News (2002-present) 2002 –
Alicia Loxley Weekend Today (2010 - 2011) & Nine News 2009 –
Tracy Grimshaw Today (1996-2005) & A Current Affair'' (2006–present) 1981 –
Natalie Gruzlewski Getaway, The Farmer Wants a Wife & Nine News (2010–2012) 1999 –
Peter Harvey Nine News & 60 Minutes 1975 – 2013 (deceased)
Brian Henderson Nine News 1956 – 2002 (retired)
Peter Hitchener Nine News 1974 –
Jo Hall Nine News 1979 –
Brooke Hanson What's Good For You 2006 – 2007
Steven Jacobs Today & Power of 10 (2008) 1991 – 1995, 2005 –
Wendy Kingston Nine News 2007 –
Deborah Knight Weekend Today & Today 2011 –
Amelia Adams Nine News 2010 –
Rob Kelvin Nine News 1979 – 2010
Jules Lund Getaway 2004 –
Garry Lyon The Footy Show & Nine's Wide World of Sport commentator 2006 –
Trevor Marmalade The Footy Show 1994 – 2009
Ray Martin 60 Minutes (1979-1984), A Current Affair (1994-1998, 2003-2005) & Midday (1985-1993) 1978 – 2008
Eddie McGuire Who Wants to be a Millionaire, 1 vs 100, Nine's Wide World of Sport commentator 1993 – 2005, 2007 –
Leila McKinnon Weekend Today, Nine News & A Current Affair 1995 –
Mike Munro Nine News, A Current Affair, This Is Your Life & Missing Persons Unit 1986 – 2008 (departed for Seven Network)
Brian Naylor Nine News 1978 – 1998 (deceased)
Kelly Nestor Nine News 2007 – 2009
Sam Newman The Footy Show 1993 –
Bert Newton Bert's Family Feud, 20 to 01 & What a Year 1959 – 1985, 2006 –
Daryl Somers Hey Hey It's Saturday 1969 – 1999, 2009 – 2010
Livinia Nixon Temptation, Nine News & Hey Hey It's Saturday 1998 –
Peter Overton 60 Minutes (2001-2009) & Nine News 2001 –
Bruce Paige Nine News 1993 –
Toni Pearen Australia's Funniest Home Videos 2003 – 2007
Ed Phillips Temptation 2005 – 2008
Andrew Rochford What's Good For You 2006 – 2009 (departed for Network Ten)
Giaan Rooney What's Good For You & Postcards Victoria 2006 – 2012 (departed for Seven Network)
Catriona Rowntree Getaway & The Chopping Block 1993 –
Michael Slater Nine's Wide World of Sport commentator 2006 –
Kellie Sloane Nine News, Nightline & Today 1997 – 2010
Karl Stefanovic Today, Nine News & 60 Minutes 2000 –
Helen Kapalos Nightline, A Current Affair & Nine News 2002 – 2005 (departed for Network Ten, then Seven Network)
Sigrid Thornton What's Good For You 2006 –
Sylvia Jeffreys Nine News & Today 2005 –
Michael Usher Nightline, Nine News & 60 Minutes 1993 –
Richard Wilkins Today 1985 –
Lisa Wilkinson Today 2007 –
Cameron Williams Today (2006-2010), Weekend Today (2009-) & Nine News 2006 –

See also[edit]

  • Nine News for lists of reporters for each state's bulletins.