Born in Queensland, guest speaker Mike Goldman quickly found his home in the entertainment industry. He began his career in entertainment at a young age, making appearances in “Home and Away,” “GP”, “Goddess”, “Slide”, “The Great Crusade” and several other short films.
As he grew older, Mike successfully translated his on-screen performances into a career in television and radio.
Mike's career as a TV presenter has won him both fans and awards. He's been a host for Big Brother since 2001, has hosted “Friday Night Live”, “Up Late”, “Saturday Showdown”, “Date or Dud” and more. He was also the host for the international telecast of the 50th anniversary of the beloved BBC sci-fi show “Dr. Who”. Mike also hosted the opening for the Hard Rock Cafe in Sydney, with guests such as Limp Bizkit, AC/DC, The Pussycat Dolls, Guns N' Roses.
Mike's work on television has gained not only a great relationship with the average Australian, but also the praise of national and international critics. He's won a Nickelodeon Kids Choice Award for Friday Night Live and has been nominated for an International Emmy Award as well as a Logie Award.
Mike also has an impressive interview resume, having sat down with Russell Crowe, Kiss, Pamela Anderson, Katy Perry, Baz Luhrmann and Slash.
Goldman has also worked with Australian television and radio, promoting companies such as Virgin Airlines, Qantas, Westpac, Zumba and Speed Channel. He's also been the face of Amart All Sports since 1998.
With his vast experience in hosting various events for large companies, Mike is well-equipped as a master of ceremonies and keynote speaker.