Host Tim spent many years hosting live events all across the nation.
In 2006, he turned his skills to television as a presenter on the lifestyle series Sydney Weekender (Seven Network).
A natural in front of the camera, it wasn\’t long before he was hosting prime-time network television programs:
Celebrity Singing Bee
At home on the set of the Bee, there is no one who can host this show like Tim does.
With the help of Dorian West and the house band, Tim guides the celebrity contestants through great classic hits from the 60\’s through to today\’s number 1\’s to test their lyrical knowledge.
Celebrity Singing Bee also features musical legends singing their classics hits of yesteryear, and even has Tim performing a feature song from the episode alongside the delectable Honeybee dancers.
Seen nationally on the Nine Network, Celebrity Singing Bee continues to be a family favourite.
Million Dollar Wheel Of Fortune
In 2008, Tim along with co-host Kelly Landry fronted this classic game show. Although already seen in 32 countries world wide, this was the first Wheel of Fortune to offer the addition of $1M challenge every episode and a jackpot $200,000 wedge on offer in the final round.
Many nostalgic and new Wheel viewers enjoyed the fun environment the show brought but economic times saw the series run for only 5 weeks. Tim thoroughly enjoyed the challenge of this classic game show and thanks everyone for their support.
Along with Ed Halmagyi, Tim co-hosted this series for Southern Cross/Seven Network which brought the viewers the greatest that Tasmania has to offer.
From the fresh produce, to historic experiences, to the great natural wonders, Tim gave the nation as glimpse of his own discoveries and some great idea for locals and travelers alike. The series ran for 11 episodes in 2007 and 2008.
National Bingo Night
2007 also saw Tim host the biggest game of Bingo the nation had ever seen. Alongside Renae Bargh and a 3-storey high Bingo machine, contestants competed in a fun-filled numbers game to try and win a $50k jackpot. At the same time, a studio audience of 200 played a game of Bingo. As with this classic game, the first to call \”Bingo\” was the winner.
As well as this, home viewers were encouraged to collect their Bingo cards from the Sunday papers or download from the web as many as they liked and play along for cash prizes. Three high energy games of Bingo were played in each episode, seen 6:30pm Sundays on the Seven Network