Vogue Entertainment Salutes Max Walker.
1948 – 2016
We are devastated by the passing of Max ‘Tangles’ Walker. Such an inspirational personality, his loss will be felt by so many. Our deepest sympathy goes to his wife Kerry and family.
~ We thank you for the laughter and joy you brought to our lives Max. You will always be remembered.~
Max Walker Biography
The reputation Max Walker brings to the role of Master of Ceremonies is a reflection of his ability and vast experience. As a national television presenter, more than 3,000 hours oflive television required him to be “word perfect”, to maintain the integrity of the content and to keep a tight rein on the running sheet. An instantly recognisable face, Max brings to this role, professionalism, relevance, flexibility and an injection of personality, which enables him to make a strong connection with his audience – in total – a seamless presentation.
In his life Max Walker has experienced most speaking scenarios in a diverse range of locations – from magnificently appointed high-tech theatres and glamorous ballrooms, to the outdoor arenas of the Australian desert. It is his experience, confidence and ability to deliver that takes the risk or “unknown quantity” from the speaker equation. Max has hosted thousands of hours of live to air television, bringing another strong positive to the presenter role. He is well educated, well travelled, a wonderful story teller and a successful businessman.
His speaking roles have included formal Master of Ceremonies to hosting complex award events….
keynotes, workshops, after dinner and gala ball extravaganzas. These invitations have enabled Max to travel to most parts of Australia and the world, and have included destinations such as New York, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Dubai, Rio de Janeiro, Bangkok, Vancouver, Cape Town, Hawaii, Johannesburg, Singapore, Harare, London, Auckland, Beijing and Shanghai. Max lived in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.