Andrew Daddo


Andrew Daddo

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For a guy who had no idea what he wanted to do out of university, Andrew Daddo has managed to do a lot. He has been a regular face on Australian television, stage and film for more than a decade.

Andrew began his television career at Network Ten while an undergraduate at Monash University, Melbourne where he completed an Arts degree majoring in Politics and History.

In 1987, Andrew moved to ABC TV to host its national music show The Factory before being lured to New York to be a host on MTV.

In 1992, Andrew came back to Australia and spent time at the Nine Network as Professor Plum, before moving to the Seven Network in 1995. That year, he hosted Australia's Funniest People, World's Greatest Commercials and TV WEEK Logie Awards.

In 1999, Andrew co-hosted Kidspeak with Ernie Dingo - a funny and candid insight into the things children do say. From there he took up the position of co-anchor on the Seven Network's 11AM which continued until mid-2000, when Olympic fever took hold of him and the Network. Andrew co-hosted the Olympic early morning program Olympic Sunrise with Johanna Griggs. Andrew is now a regular presenter on the Seven Network's travel program The Great Outdoors.

In addition to his television duties, Andrew has embarked on a writing career with two children's books, Sprung! and Writing in Wet Cement in stores now, with sequels to follow this year. No prequels are threatened at this stage.


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