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Hamish Blake


Hamish is a beloved and highly versatile performer, excelling in radio, television and film. In 2012, Hamish was awarded the TV Week Gold Logie as the most popular personality on Australian television.

Hamish’s radio and television presenting career has developed very much in tandem with his performing partner and close friend Andy Lee. After meeting at university and commencing their careers on radio in the early noughties, Hamish and Andy rose to unparalleled success, becoming the highest rating radio program in Australian history, reaching 2.5 million listeners each week. 

In 2011, Hamish and Andy turned their hand to other projects, this time entertaining television audiences with a stream of successful seasons of their global Gap Year expeditions. The show featured the boys’ escapades in New York, the UK, Asia, South America, India, New Zealand and Europe, earning three TV Week Silver Logie Awards for the show and a Silver and Gold Logie for Hamish personally.

In June 2015, Hamish and Andy made their highly anticipated return to the HIT Radio network, once again hosting their top rating weekday national drive time show. 

As a television actor, Hamish has featured in the ABC comedy Twenty Something and Seven Network’s Molly. He co-starred in his first feature film with Bret McKenzie, in Two Little Boys, which was shot in New Zealand. In 2015 Hamish played alongside Portia de Rossi in Robyn Butler and Wayne Hope’s feature film Now Add Honey.

Hamish has also appeared as a guest performer on a variety of other Australian television series, including Have You Been Paying Attention?The Project, Spicks and Specks,
Thank God You’re Here, Open SlatherAustralia’s Brainiest Comedian, The Librarians, The Panel, Rove, Talkin’ ‘Bout Your Generation and The Footy Show.

He also featured in the British version of Thank God You’re Here and the hilarious The Graham Norton Show. In the US, Hamish has the pleasure of making a guest appearance on The Jay Leno Show.

As Hamilton

The resident weather reporter for The Breakfast Bar, Hamilton is polite, friendly and has a tendency to speak in meteorological terms when his input is required.

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