Speakers Profile - Ed Kavalee

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Ed joined Nova 100's breakfast team, Hughesy and Kate in the morning, as anchor in January 2009.

Ed was part of Nova's national drive show, The Wrong Way Home with Akmal, Cal and Ed since February 2008. Partnered with comedians' Akmal Saleh and Cal Wilson, the show aired in Melbourne, Sydney, Perth and Adelaide and was extremely competitive in the drive slot.

His Man Whisperer segment, offered insight into the male mind and explained what the men in female listeners' lives really mean by their words and actions, and become an extremely popular segment.

In 2009 Ed hosted and was involved in developing content for the Channel Seven series TV Burp. He is currently writing, appearing and investing in his own development project for a comedy series which will be complete in the next couple of months.

Ed and his mate actor Josh Lawson, have written and are starring in $quid (based on the short film of the same name), a movie which is currently in post production and is due for release in 2010.

Prior to joining Nova, Ed was part of the Get This team (with Tony Martin) for Triple M.

Ed was a regular ensemble cast member on Network Ten's Logie award winning Thank God You're Here in 2007, and will return to the show returns on Channel Seven in 2010. He was a regular Panelist on Channel Seven's Out of the Question in 2009 and was a guest panelist on Channel Ten's Good News Week.

Ed dramatic television roles include SBS's Newstopia, The Movie Network's Chandon Pictures and the Seven Network's Headland. Ed has film experience. Working on Boytown.

Ed has been a professional MC since 2006. He has hosted several events for the University of Sydney (Open Days, Theatresports finals, and Orientation week), Belvoir Street Theatre (theatresports nights), corporate events as well as Band and DJ competitions. With his impressive improvisation skills (that are put to great use as a radio personality, actor and corporate MC), he too has participated in theatresports competitions and won The 2005 Cranston Cup.