Gretel Killeen has written more than twenty books and several best-sellers, she’s hosted Logie Award winning TV and won a Mo Award for her TV presenting. She’s a voice artist, social and political commentator, journalist, actor stand-up comic, regular panelist on The Project (Network TEN) and Sunrise (Channel 7), co-host of How Not To Behave ( ABC TV) and occasional contributor to The Daily Telegraph.
She hosted the hit Big Brother series for seven years, produced shows at the iconic 1980’s Harold Park Hotel, has performed in the legendary Rocky Horror Show, written and directed TV commercials and recently co-wrote and performed in the hit web series, Minister For Men.
Gretel’s also produced TV packages in Afghanistan, MC’d for troops from Iraq to East Timor and, while a Goodwill Ambassador for UNICEF, directed a documentary on AIDS orphans in Zambia and wrote and directed community service TV commercials on unexploded ordinance in Laos and global poverty awareness. Gretel’s hosted commercial and ABC radio, traveled to Namibia, Antarctica and Lebanon as a travel writer, has worked as a journalist for Australia’s major publications, is a business adviser to innovative online platforms and the proud mum of a son and daughter.