Brendon Julian is currently the chief presenter of Fox Sports cricket programming, a commentator on international and domestic cricket coverage, as well as the presenter of Inside Cricket.
A former cricketer, Brendon had stints in both the Australian Test and One Day teams during the 1990s where, standing 6'5' tall, he was a dangerous left-handed strike bowler and handy hard-hitting lower-order batsman. He also achieved success at state level, winning back-to-back Sheffield Shield titles with Western Australia in 1998 and 1999.
He retired in 2001 to become a presenter for Channel Nine's travel programme Getaway and later on sports for Nine News Afternoon Edition, before moving on to his current position at Fox Sports.
Despite an admission of a complete lack of talent for cooking (his oven has never been used), Brendon Julian went into partnership in a gourmet fish and chip café in Subiaco to mix business with pleasure.
Brendon Julian is a popular and polished master of ceremonies and host of all manner of events, from sporting functions to corporate conferences. He lives with his wife Suzanne and young daughter in Perth.
Brendon Julian travels from New South Wales Australia
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Gippsland Grammar School
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