About Dermott Brereton
Dermott’s versatility on TV has seen him take on several high profile roles. From being Steve Jacobs’ fill in weather man to being a presenter on The Today Show to hosting Victoria’s popular travel show Postcards.
Wearing the sports media personality hat, Dermott hosted and provided special comments for Channel Nine’s Friday Night Football before Nine lost the AFL rights in 2007. Today Dermott Brereton appears weekly as a panelist for Nine’s Sunday Footy Show as well as continuing to make appearances on the AFL Footy Show. Dermott also had a 2 year stint hosting Channel 7s prime time football program, The Game. He also hosted Sportsworld nationally and played an integral part in Channel 7s Sydney 2000 Olympic Games coverage.
Today, Brereton continues his activities as a leading football media identity, as a columnist with the Herald Sun newspaper, and as one of the key members of SEN radios AFL commentary team. Dermotts success on screen is a testament to his warm personality and fun loving approach to life. He is the quintessential Aussie larrikin with a big heart and love of adventure.
Dermott Brereton is also a highly sought after keynote speaker at corporate and sporting functions, having emceed/spoken at events for Telstra, Melbourne Storm and the Financial Planners Association. He has also been involved in various marketing and advertising campaigns over the years for brands such as Tip Top Bread, Adidas, Tabcorp, Toyota, Coke Cola and Myer Melbourne.