Philip Brady

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Philip Brady (born 16 June 1939) is an Australian media personality.

He was born in Melbourne, Brady was involved in the early days of television. He left school at the age of 18 and started working as a booth announcer at Channel Nine in 1958.

He appeared with Graham Kennedy on In Melbourne Tonight. He stayed at Channel 9 until 1971 when he worked for a travel agent in Beaumaris. In the 1970s, Brady hosted several television shows including Moneymakers, Casino Ten, Password, Get the Message, and Everybody’s Talking. In 1986, he moved to the Gold Coast and hosted a radio show on Easy Listening 97 Tweed Heads. He came back to Melbourne in 1990 and began a long-lasting partnership with Bruce Mansfield hosting Remember When and Nightline on 3AW.

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