Bert Newton

Bert Newton

Albert Watson "Bert" Newton, AM, MBE (born 23 July 1938) is an Australian television personality, known for hosting television series such as In Melbourne Tonight, Good Morning Australia and 20 to 1. Newton has also hosted the Logie Awards on numerous occasions through his career.

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