VINCE SORRENTI

VINCE SORRENTI

Vince Sorrenti is one of Australia’s best known and leading comic entertainers.

Sydney, NSW, Australia

Vince Sorrenti - One of Australia’s best-known and leading comic entertainers  

No comic is more in demand for everything from after dinner speaking to product launches, sports hospitality, awards ceremonies and any manner of corporate, fundraising, sporting or public event. Vince performs around 200 shows a year in Australia and overseas. There is only one comic or hosting option for premier events  –  Vince Sorrenti.

Vince Sorrenti is an outstanding comedian who is continually in the media. He has appeared on almost every variety and light format program of the last decade, including satirising sport on Channel Nine's "Wide World of Sport". He has been a reporter on A Current Affair and has performed on "MTV" and "Face the Press".

Vince Sorrenti is the ultimate speaker, entertainer, comedian, or compere. Known for his ability to take a topic and turn it into a laugh fest, or help audiences grab hold of serious issues and explore them with healthy humour, Vince is one of the most professional speakers in the country.

Also a highly accomplished compere and facilitator, Vince is ideal for conferences, dinners, gala events, team building events and a range of other activities. Give your next event a lift. Vince will work with you to ensure your event is a success.

Vince has been an Australian Day Ambassador every year since 1991 and is a feature guest writer for The Sydney Morning Herald as well as appearing regularly in the prestigious Spectrum and Good Weekend Magazine. But more importantly, Vince Sorrenti's comedy routine and MC work is regarded by many to be one of the best in this country.

Vince Sorrenti is one of Australia’s best known and leading comic entertainers. No comic is more in demand for everything from after dinner speaking to product launches, sports hospitality, awards ceremonies and any manner of corporate, fundraising, sporting or public event. Vince performs around 200 shows a year in Australia and overseas. There is only one comic or hosting option for premier events  –  Vince Sorrenti.

Comic entertainment
In terms of comic entertainment, Vince Sorrenti is in a class of his own.  One of Australia’s best-known and leading comic entertainers, Vince in demand for everything from after dinner speaking to product launches, sports hospitality, awards ceremonies and any manner of corporate, fundraising, sporting or public event. Sorrenti performs around 200 shows a year in Australia and overseas.  For premier events, there is one comic or hosting option that shines – Vince Sorrenti.

Versatility
Versatility is the key word for Vince Sorrenti.  He has demonstrated it again and again being everything from a sports commentator for the Rugby World Cup on the Seven Network to a debating captain on ‘Good News Week’. Versatility ensures his popularity on live stages at a dazzling array of events.  Vince is simply hilarious as hundreds of testimonials and a staggering amount of repeat work testifies. Since immersing himself in the world of corporate entertainment, Vince has become the yardstick by which all other corporate entertainers are measured.
If you attended a major sporting entertainment event in recent times you would almost certainly have been witness to Vince Sorrenti’s talents. From the Alan Border Medal to the AXA AFL Grand Final Breakfast; from the Bledisloe Cup to the Rugby League State of Origin; from the Clipsal 500 to the One Day Cricket Final; Sorrenti has been a fixture at all these events and more. Very few comic performers receive as much repeat work as Vince. It is testimony to his versatility and durability and quality.

Lifetime experience
Vince Sorrenti has a lifetime of experience, cutting his teeth in Architecture Revues in the early 1980s and in the burgeoning stand-up comedy scene that he helped establish. After graduating as an architect in 1985, he focused his talent on his true ambition and has performed to ecstatic crowds on thousands of stages all over the world. Vince Sorrenti has hosted TV programs in Australia and the United States, appeared in movies, released comedy albums, performed in festivals, and been a guest on countless talk and variety programs.
Vince Sorrenti is a three-time winner of the Mo Award, presented as recognition of excellence in live performance.

In Demand!
Constantly in demand, you will find Vince Sorrenti at Australia’s most prestigious speaking events.  When political or corporate luminaries need an entertainer or master of ceremonies, Sorrenti is the first candidate of choice. Recently he toured Australia with Cherie Blair, the wife of the British Prime Minister. He has entertained on all sides of the political and social spectrum, from the Mark Latham Labor party launch to Eddie McGuire’s birthday!
In the same time he has appeared for Lend Lease, Pfizer, Lion Nathan, Siemens, Yamaha, Snap and a long list of other great Australian and multinational companies.

Actor and screenwriter
Vince Sorrenti is not only a gifted actor, but screenwriter is another talent to add to his list of accomplishments.  He won a Gold Medal at the New York Film Festival for his documentary ‘No Laughing Matter’ in which he also starred, playing all 7 characters!

His feature film script ‘Gino’ won full FFC funding in 1990 ($2.5 million). Vince has written hundreds of feature articles for publications including The Bulletin, Sydney Morning Herald, and The Weekend Australian to name a few. Vince Sorrenti is also a featured opinion page writer for Australia’s largest selling newspaper The Daily Telegraph.
Campaign launches and presentation events

Nothing gives campaign launches more impetus than Vince Sorrenti at the helm.  In recent months Vince has launched campaigns for Coca Cola, News Ltd, Miele, Telstra, Wattyl, Toyota and countless others.  His “European Styling” Toyota TV commercial reaped massive increases in Corolla sales. 

Vince Sorrenti has presented presented the following prestigious awards:

• Housing Industry Awards
• Master Builder Awards
• Urban Taskforce Awards
• Australian HR Awards
• NSW Clubs Awards
• POP Awards
• Local Government Awards
• National Print Industry Awards
• PriceWaterhouseCooper Awards
• Apple Computer Awards
• Australian Liquor Suppliers Awards
• and many others in recent months alone
 

V i n c e  S o r r e n t i

Vince Sorrenti is one of Australia’s most loved and leading comic entertainers.

In 2011 Vince Sorrenti won the coveted Mo Award for Australia’s Best Stand-Up Comic for
the fourth time!

No comic is in more in demand for everything from after dinner speaking to product launches, sports hospitality, awards ceremonies and any manner of corporate, fundraising, sporting or public event. Vince performs at over 200 events a year in Australia and overseas. Vince Sorrenti has a long performance history, cutting his teeth in Architecture Revues in the early 1980s and in the burgeoning stand up comedy scene that he helped create. Graduating as an Architect in 1985 he threw full weight behind his real talent and has performed to ecstatic crowds on thousands of stages all over the world.

He is a near permanent fixture at every major sporting event in Australia, from Bledisloe Rugby to Ashes tests, NRL and AFL Grand Finals and State of Origin matches.He is in high demand on the stages of charity benefit events, political fundraisers, corporate award and launch events, and parties of all description, both as a host and performer. He has entertained everyone from Prime Ministers to PNG Highlanders, Hollywood Celebrities to Trade Unionists, and Cardinals to Wall Street Bankers.

Over the past 25 years he has hosted TV programs in Australia and the United States, appeared in movies, released comedy albums, performed in festivals, and been a guest on countless talk and variety programs. His most recent TV programs include The Great Aussie Cook Off (Channel 9), Sunrise (Channel 7), Wide Open Road (ABC), and Celebrity Apprentice (Channel 9).

Vince Sorrenti is a writer. He has won a Gold medal at the New York Film Festival for his documentary No Laughing Matter in which he also starred (playing all 7 characters !). His feature film script Gino won full FFC funding in 1990 ($2.5 million). Vince has also written hundreds of feature articles for publications including The Bulletin, Sydney Morning Herald, The Weekend Australian, Vacation, The Daily Telegraph and many others. Vince Sorrenti is the current face of Tyreright, Australia’s leading tyre retail chain.


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