Garrett in February 2011
6 March 1986 |
|Agent||Profile Talent Management|
|Home town||Brisbane, Australia|
Maude Garrett (born 6 March 1986) is an Australian radio and television personality, and magazine columnist. She is known for being a co-host on Nickelodeon Australia, where she presented the popular kids' afternoon show Sarvo, and for the successful reality show Camp Orange, which she hosted four times. More recently, she has been co-host of the Hot30 Countdown with Matty Acton until February 2012. In January 2013, she relocated to Los Angeles to host The Hot Hits Live from LA alongside KIIS radio host Dave Styles.
Garrett was discovered in 2005 when she auditioned to be a new presenter on Channel V's Fresh Meat competition. She was one of four people selected from nearly 2500 who auditioned Australia-wide. Although she didn't win the competition, she managed to land an audition to present the second series of Camp Orange on Nickelodeon by invading the office of the General Manager of Nickelodeon and putting a post-it note saying 'My Name is Maude, Give Me a Job' on the computer screen.
Garrett worked for Nickelodeon from 2006. She was a Celebrity Burp Judge for the Nickelodeon Australian Kids' Choice Awards in 2006, and co-hosted the Orange Carpet opening of the Awards in 2007 and 2008.
In 2007, Garrett accepted the awards on stage for Most Outstanding Children's Program and Most Outstanding Event at the ASTRA Awards which were won for Camp Orange: The Mystery of Spaghetti Creek and the Nickelodeon Australian Kids Choice Awards 07. She was nominated for the Favourite Female Personality in the 2009 ASTRA Awards.
On 19 October 2010, Garrett was a guest on a special sci-fi themed edition of the Ten Network television show Talkin' 'Bout Your Generation where, dressed as a Na'vi from Avatar, she competed with series regular Josh Thomas.
In November 2010, Garrett joined 2Day FM, presenting the latest celebrity gossip on The Dirt. Since February 2011, she has co-hosted, with Matt Acton, the national nightly show The Hot30 Countdown with Matty and Maude, which has a reach to over 90% of Australia. She is known for her quirky sense of humour, and a video games segment called Geek Speak.
In May 2011 Garrett took part in a photo shoot for Australian FHM's Sexiest 100. An article in The Sunday Telegraph in August 2011 revealed how the photo shoot helped Garrett to "come out of her shell".
In January 2013, Maude was appointed host of The Hot Hits Live from LA replacing Andrew Günsberg. In January 2015, Southern Cross Austereo announced the end of The Hot Hits Live from LA with the show replaced by Planet Vevo hosted by Dan & Maz. 
In August 2014, Maude co-created and hosted the Podcast 'Jedi Alliance' alongside former pro-wrestling manager and producer of the 'Schmoes Know' podcast Ken Napzok, until her departure in episode 29 , March 2015, to join the Jedi Council podcast.
- Profile Talent Management – Maude Garrett
- Garrett's niece can't stand politics, abc.net.au, 27 May 2009.
- Who will be TV's favourite female personality?, Brisbane Times, 25 March 2009.
- Southern Star Entertainment – Branded Entertainment
- David Knox, "Airdate: The Pursuit", TV Tonight, 3 October 2009.
- Peter Garrett's niece loves being a party pest, Daily Telegraph, 20 May 2010.
- Talkin' 'Bout Your Generation Ep2.21, IMDB
- Radio host Maude Garrett strips to her underwear for men's mag, Daily Telegraph, 8 May 2011.
- Maude Garrett, FHM, 9 May 2011.
- Domjen, Briana. Maude shoots out of her shell The Sunday Telegraph, Sydney, 28 August 2011
- Presenters, Save Point, savepoint.net.au
- Can Of Worms Ep1.3, IMDB
- My Last Night at the Hot 30
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