A loveable character on and off air, Billy Brownless has an active media career in radio and television, continuing to rank as a hit with audiences everywhere.
Brownless is a panellist on Channel 9’s top rating Thursday night Footy show as well as being a key member of the Sunday Footy show team. Brownless has had a long term involvement in radio, with his sense of humour and keen sporting knowledge combining to provide listeners with some fast-paced on-air action. In 2018, Brownless replaced Clive Palmer as the #1 ticket holder for Port Douglas Football Club.
In 2010, Brownless joined the ever popular Triple M AFL coverage, with on-air banter that has made him a fan favourite. Teaming up with Footy Show cohort James Brayshaw as co-host of Rush Hour, Triple M’s drive time radio show which is on air Monday to Friday afternoons 3-5pm quickly become a radio sensation.
Prior to this, Brownless was an original member of Melbourne’s 24-hour sports talk back station SEN 1116. Third on Geelong’s all-time goalkicking list behind Gary Ablett and Doug Wade, Brownless is popular on the speaking circuit thanks to his many anecdotes from 25 years in both the football and media spotlight.
In 2008, Billy released his first book “Billy’s Book for Blokes” which he draws on his own experiences and ideas to help guide the blokes in the 21st century. A second book, The Best ‘A Man Walks Into a Bar’ Jokes hit shelves in 2009.
He has used this philosophy while working with over 10,000 individuals (not including speaking engagements) from organisations including IBM Asia Pacific, National Australia Bank, Cap Gemini Ernst & Young, Heinz Watties, Minter Ellison Lawyers, Telstra, Malleson Stephens Jaques, Hewlett Packard, Corrs Chambers Westgarth, Novation Leasing Company and Tattersall’s.
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Well presented and made guests laugh; will use again.
Billy entertained our guests and joined in with the group which was fantastic.
Very slick and worked fantastically with all the panel. Very humourous and we really appreciated his interaction with the audience.
Billy was funny, entertaining, involved the crowd and more than happy to take pics.