Myf Warhurst is a broadcaster, TV presenter, journalist & writer, best known and beloved as a team captain on ABC TV fave, the music quiz show Spicks and Specks. She is currently Australia’s commentator for the Eurovision Song Contest alongside Joel Creasey and co-host of the weekly arts and culture podcast Bang On with Zan Rowe.
With one of the most recognisable voices in Australian entertainment, Myf lends her voice to the popular ABC Kids show Bluey as Aunt Trixie. For over twenty years Myf has broadcasted on all radio platforms, starting at Triple J as a young broadcaster to being invited to launch ABC’s Double J radio station, presenting a daily national arts and culture program on ABC local radio and working at various commercial radio networks.
Myf has kept things interesting by presenting numerous documentaries, including the recent Keep On Dancing for ABC’s Catalyst science program and Myf Warhurst’s Nice. She’s also thrown herself into other varied projects such as Who Do You Think You Are? for SBS and appeared on series 5 of I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! where she became the first woman in South Africa to bungee jump out of a helicopter (not by choice). Over the years she has also appeared as a panellist and a correspondent on Channel Ten’s news program, The Project.
In September 2022, Myf released her book Time Of My Life – a captivating and joyous memoir of wisdom, humour and heart that unleashes the music within us all. In the past, she’s also been the managing editor of a weekly street press magazine Inpress and has been a columnist for both The Age and The Guardian newspapers.
Most recently Myf took to the stage to become a triple threat, taking on the dream role as The Narrator in the 2023 production of The Rocky Horror Show.