After Dinner | Master of Ceremonies
When event coordinators are looking for an entertaining, multi-talented individual, Vince Sorrenti is the first person they call. He can bring a room to its knees with one joke, and ensure that the only thing people talk about for months or years later is the event he hosted.
Winner of the 2001 MO Award for Stand-Up Comedian of the Year, Vince’s quick mind and even-quicker tongue has lead him to develop on of the most extensive careers in comedy and public speaking in Australia.
A lover of film, literature, and sports, Vince Sorrenti has provided commentary for the Rugby World Cup for Channel 7 and penned an award winning documentary entitled No Laughing Matter, which won the gold medal at the famous New York Film Festival. He regularly pens articles for various Australian publications, including The Bulletin, Sydney Morning Herald, and The Weekend Australian. One of the most recognizable Australian celebrities, Vince has hosted and appeared in several television programs in both Australia and the United States, regularly making appearances on shows such as Good News Week.
Outside of media, Vince has used his public persona and love of sports to develop an impressive MC career, hosting events such as the Alan Border Medal, the AXA AFL Grand Final Breakfast, the Bledisloe Cup, the Rugby League State of Origin, the Clipsal 500, and the One Day Cricket Final. He has also presented awards for various organizations and clubs, including the Housing Industry Awards, Master Builder Awards, Urban Taskforce Awards, Australian HR Awards, NSW Clubs Awards, POP Awards, Local Government Awards, National Print Industry Awards, Price Waterhouse Cooper Awards, Apple Computer Awards, and the Australian Liquor Suppliers Awards.
His hilarious mind and charming personality have caught the attention of several major companies, leading to him doing promotional work for Lend Lease, Pfizer, Lion Nathan, Siemens, Yamaha, and Snap, as well as campaigns for Coca Cola, News Ltd, Miele, Telstra, Wattyl, and even Toyota.