Larry Emdur joins Kylie Gillies as co-host of The Morning Show on Channel Seven. Larry has been part of the Australian media for over two decades beginning his career as a copyboy at the Sydney Morning Herald. He then started his television career in 1983 at age 18 becoming Australia’s youngest national newsreader presenting the overnight news for Channel Seven.
Since then Larry has worked on more than twenty programs across all television networks including the Midday Show, Good Morning Australia, Tonight Live, Hey Hey It's Saturday, It Takes Two, Sunrise and Weekend Sunrise. But perhaps what Larry is best known as is a game show host. He fronted The Price Is Right for more than seven years on Channel Nine and Wheel of Fortune on Channel Seven.
As well as his passion for television Larry is also interested in film and has completed a screen writers’ course in LA. He has written his first feature film script which is based on the wacky world of game shows. Larry also loves surfing, motorbike riding. He lives in Sydney with his wife Sylvie and two children Jye and Tia.