Lachlan ‘Lochie’ Daddo

Lachlan ‘Lochie’ Daddo

TV Personality  |  Master of Ceremonies
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About Lachlan

“Lachlan "Lochie" Daddo has been a professional television presenter and speaker for more than ten years. Throughout this time he has worked as an actor, reporter and presenter for all the major ...”

Lachlan “Lochie” Daddo has been a professional television presenter and speaker for more than ten years. Throughout this time he has worked as an actor, reporter and presenter for all the major networks, on everything from entertainment news to current affairs including: Let’s Do It and ‘E’ News for Network Ten; Entertainment Tonight; the Today Show and Animal Hospital for the Nine Network; six years as a presenter on Channel 9’s prime time travel show Getaway and an appearance in a guest role Neighbours for Grundy Television and Network Ten.

With a passion to tell and share stories, Lachlan Daddo has been a professional television presenter, producer, and speaker for over 20 years, Throughout this time he has worked as an actor and presenter for all the major networks, on everything from entertainment news to current affairs, including six years as a presenter on Channel 9’s top rating travel show Getaway.

As well as television, he also works extensively in radio, print media, stage and the corporate arena. An in demand communication trainer, guest speaker and master of ceremonies, Lochie has the unique ability to blend humour and message. He’s even able to run a charity auction as he’s a qualified auctioneer.

He engages an audience from the outset and takes them on a journey, with the end result being sharing information in an entertaining and concise way, and moving that audience to action.

What people say about Lachlan

Lochie brought the level of professionalism, mixed with good humour and good fun required for this prestigious event. Absolutely brilliant to work with!

– Cathy Preddy, Department of Business Northern Territory Government