During his seven year run on the show, Tom went on more than 60 trips spanning 25 countries, including Africa, the Arctic Circle and the Middle East. As a ski/snowboard enthusiast, competitive Ocean Kayaker and keen surfer, he loves getting amongst it. And, Toms travel adventures continue as he now hosts Channel Sevens latest travel show – High Road Low Road. As well as being the face of Sevens digital channel, 7TWO.
2011 has also seen Tom join the Classic Rock FM team to present a two hour weekly lifestyle show each Saturday Morning. The show is called The Tom Williams Show and covers topics on entertainment, music, topical news, health and fitness. But the former chippy first shot to Australian superstardom in 2005 following his performance in Sevens high rating show Dancing with the Stars. More than two million viewers watched as he was crowned champion of series two. Seven found a rare quality in Tom – the capacity to be both approachable and professional.
In 2008, Tom took on the role of co-host for the revived series, Gladiators and joined the Channel Seven commentary team at the Beijing Olympics. He called all the action at the BMX and canoe-kayak events. Later that year, he served as a roving reporter at the networks coverage of the Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000. Then in 2009, Tom served as a commentator on Sevens coverage of the Kellogg’s Nutri-Grain Iron Man series as well as presenting on Sevens SMG Red Focus. And as a former competitive surf lifesaver, Tom felt right at home during his 4 year hosting role on Channel Sevens, Surf Patrol.