Steve Vizard - Recent Performances

Recent Performances

Vizard has appeared as a regular on various television shows including Tens Talkin' 'Bout Your Generation, Nine’s Today Show and A Current Affair. Vizard has also appeared in a regular role in Mick Molloy’s, Foxtel comedy series, The Jesters.

He has appeared as a regular weekly panellist on Channel Ten's prime time 7PM Project andThe Project and has filled in for one of the shows hosts, Dave Hughes. He was a panellist and interviewer on the 7PM Project’s controversial interview with St Kilda sex scandal schoolgirl Kim in which the interviewers were clearly sceptical about her attempts to withdraw her previous allegations—the show aired her post-interview confession that she had just lied to them.

In July 2011, Vizard appeared in the movie Beaconsfield, playing the late 60 Minutes reporter Richard Carleton in the drama about the Beaconsfield Mine collapse in Tasmania and the rescue of miners Todd Russell and Brant Webb 14 days later.

In 2010, Vizard was nominated for a lifetime achievement award for outstanding contribution to the Film & Television Industry. Other nominees for the award included Rob Sitch, Andrew Denton, Brian Walsh, Kim Williams, Penny Chapman, the Fennessy brothers and Posie Graham Evans.

At the 2006 Logie Awards, Vizard appeared with long-time collaborator Michael Veitch in a sketch that reprised one of their most famous roles, that of two camp, bitchy airline stewards. Their sketch lampooned Vizard's recent legal troubles.

In 1998, Vizard was an elected as a delegate for his home state of Victoria at the 1998 Australian Constitutional Convention in Canberra, representing the Australian Republican Movement. After the constitutional convention, Vizard wrote the book Two Weeks in Lilliput: Bear Baiting and Backbiting At the Constitutional Convention (ISBN 0140279830).

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