Kylie Gillies co-hosts the Channel Seven program The Morning Show, alongside Larry Emdur.
She has been with Channel Seven since 1995 and has worked across News, Sunrise, Weekend Sunrise, Sportswatch and Sportsworld. Most recently she was sports presenter and fill in host on Weekend Sunrise.
During her 12 years with the Seven Network Kylie has covered many major sporting events, including the Summer Olympic Games in Atlanta, Sydney and Athens, the Winter Olympic Games in Nagano, Salt Lake City and Torino and the 2002 Commonwealth Games in Manchester.
Each year she is involved in covering the Australian Tennis Open and the Melbourne Cup Carnival and has worked on the Golden Slipper Carnival and the Spring Racing Carnival.
Prior to Seven, Kylie worked as a reporter, producer and newsreader for Prime Television in Tamworth. Kylie became the face of northern New South Wales during her 10 year association with Prime.
Stepping out from behind the news desk, Kylie was a contestant on series nine of Channel Seven's Dancing with the Stars. She is married to media executive Tony and has two sons, Gus and Archie.
Kylie Gillies travels from New South Wales Australia
"Trish and Tamie were extremely efficient and helpful. They identified a short list of potential speakers within hours and confirmed our choice within two hours of our decision. We were very impressed as we were working on a very tight time frame. Our dealings with Saxton's happened so effortlessly and quickly that it is difficult to put my finger any areas for improvement."
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