Warren Brown (cartoonist)

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Warren Brown
Born 1965
Sydney, New South Wales
Occupation Cartoonist, television presenter

Warren Brown is an Australian Author, cartoonist and television presenter.

He has been an editorial newspaper cartoonist since 1986. He is currently cartoonist for the Sydney's Daily Telegraph, for which he also writes a weekly motoring column.

He created editorial cartoons for the ABC television programs Difference of Opinion and Insiders, and presented the history programs National Treasures, The Prime Ministers' National Treasures, Rewind and Moments in Time.

In 1995, as part of the Federal Government’s Australia Remembers commemorative program, he co-conceived and implemented Back to the Track, a pilgrimage for WWII veterans commemorating the building of the Stuart Highway between Alice Springs and Darwin, involving a troop train and a convoy of 100 WWII vehicles.

In May 2005, Brown participated in a recreation of the 1907 Peking to Paris race using five 100 year-old cars. He also presented a four-part documentary series about the event.

Since 2006, he has acted as the overnight MC at Gallipoli on Anzac Day and the pre-service MC at the Australian War Cemetery at Lone Pine.

In 2008 he was selected to be one of the presenters of Top Gear Australia on SBS TV, and continued on in Season 2 (2009). He did not follow the program to Channel Nine for its 2010 revamp.[1]

In 2012 he wrote a biography of Australian adventurer Francis Birtles.

Brown is a keen motoring enthusiast. He owns several vintage vehicles including a 1929 Dennis fire engine.[2]


  1. ^ "Australian Top Gear presenters revealed". BBC Worldwide Press Releases. 2008-05-28. Retrieved 2008-09-01. 
  2. ^ "Rewind (ABC TV): Warren Brown". Retrieved 2009-09-01. 

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