About Pete Lazer
From hosting a top-rating dating show on Channel 9, to
being the AFL’s match day MC in the middle of the MCG – Pete Lazer has
been a man in demand! Audiences and crowds from 100 to over 90,000 are
kept entertained with his infectious enthusiasm, unlimited energy and
engaging professional personality. In the past year alone he has worked
as MC for the AFL, Cricket Australia, Hyundai A-League, Melbourne
Storm, Formula One and Netball Australia as match day MC. Throw in any
number of functions for over 1500 people with awards nights, product
launches, charity functions, Christmas parties and corporate
events…sport, fashion, entertainment – you name it, Pete Lazer can do
Pete can be seen on Channel 9 as host of
On Display, a lifestyle program that looks at the latest and greatest
display homes and land estates. He’s also been reporting for “Talk to
the Animals” and hosted a couple of exciting pilot shows still in the
production process – “The Bottom Line” and “Get Some Nuts”.
Pete was also the host of the cult hit show Shopping for Love, onChannel
9 – a summer TV hit that attracted more than 900,000 viewers per
episode! He is also presenting “On Display” for Channel 9, showcasing
the very best of home design and the best urban developments.
Twenty-20 and One Day International
cricket around Australia has the energetic Pete Lazer at the helm, and
as the match day MC during the AFL season – as well as hosting
corporate AFL rooms for the footy high flyers - Pete engages everyone at
the MCG and Etihad Stadium.
And this doesn’t even mention the
Commonwealth Games, the Grand Prix or watching the Australian Netball
Diamonds. Maybe you saw him as the MC for Melbourne Victory, or at a
Melbourne Vixen game?
Or in years gone by, the host for the Melbourne Storm??
Chances are you have seen and enjoyed his amazing energy and hosting ability.
Pete was also the host and producer of Beyond the Boundary, on Channel 10 during the 2006 season.
A brand new game show has just been
piloted with Pete as host, and this will join many of his other roles
from the past - welcoming new faces to Melbourne on Skybus TV, a
pre-Commonwealth Games show “Naked Melbourne” (since re-titled
“Melbourne Confidential”) and was formerly hosting a car show on
Channel 31. Last year he completed another 2 pilot television shows
“Let’s Get Wet” and “5 minutes with Fame” and continually hosts various
corporate events across the country.
Pete flies all over the country to front ANZ’s
Breakout Campaign, as well as host events for Stella Artois in Sydney
and charity functions in Adelaide. Back in Melbourne, Pete has MC’d or
hosted for many big names – from fashion (Millinery Collection @
Flemington) and Miss Universe Australia Final (2006-2012), to
entertainment (5th Avenue functions and Moomba concerts) to more
sporting and award dinners everywhere.
He even counted down the New Year for
over 15,000 party goers as the host of the World Party at Federation
Square for the past 6 years... And he’s been invited back to do it all
Over the past few years, Pete Lazer as
the face of Primus Telecom TV commercials, being seen on billboards,
the internet and in your mailbox – you’ll even hear him on the radio! A
great campaign and well-positioned brand for a new Australian
celebrity face to be fronting.
During the 2006 Melbourne Commonwealth
Games, the voice and energy of swimming on the pool deck every morning
and night, to rapturous applause and excitement. Many described the
swimming as the most unbelievable sporting event they had witnessed –
not least due to the noise and exhilaration generated by Pete before
and during the events at the Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre.
Pete also writes feature articles with Postcards Magazine, Golf Australia Magazine and Edge Magazine.
On a charity front, Pete is a former board
member for Variety, the Children’s Charity and Chairperson of the Young
Variety Committee. He has hosted My Room, for the Royal Children’s
Hospital, raising over $700,000 on the night at Crown Casino. He’s also
fronted Purple Nights, for the Allanah and Madeline Foundation and the
Parkinson’s Victoria Gala Dinner. Add to that hosting Brainwave, EJ
Whitten Foundation and many other events – Pete is the MC and host
that everybody wants.