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Meet all 7 of this year’s Gold Logie nominees

The Weekly has interviewed the majority of this year’s contenders…

The Gold Logie nominees have officially been announced for 2024!

And we have to say the seven Australians up for the nation’s most prestigious award in television all have seriously impressive careers.

Get to know each and every one of them below:

Gold Logie nominee Andy Lee

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Andy Lee

Andy Lee, the Australian comedian, television presenter, and radio personality, first rose to fame thanks to his radio show Hamish & Andy, which he co-hosted with Hamish Blake from 2006 to 2013, and then again from 2015 to 2017.

The duo then went on to have wild success with multiple television projects, like Hamish & Andy’s Gap Year and True Story with Hamish & Andy, and their podcast, which still releases weekly.

Of course, both Andy and Hamish have gone on to have successful solo careers too. In Andy’s case, he’s hosted The Hundred with Andy Lee since 2021. Not to mention he’s the author of the bestselling Do Not Open This Book series.

The Weekly spoke to Andy, and his lovely fiancée Bec Harding, for our Christmas 2023 issue.

Gold Logie nominee Asher Keddie

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Asher Keddie

Renowned Australian actress, Asher Keddie has long been praised for her versatile performances in television and film.

She gained widespread recognition for her role as Nina Proudman in the popular TV series Offspring, which earned her multiple Logie Awards.

Today, Asher’s career spans over two decades, with notable appearances in Love My Way, Underbelly, X-Men Origins: Wolverine and, more recently, Strife.

The Weekly spoke to Asher for our July 2024 issue.

Gold Logie nominee Julia Morris

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Julia Morris

After rising to fame in the late 1980s with stand-up comedy and appearances on shows like Full Frontal, Julia went on to become one of the most beloved figures in Australian entertainment.

Today, Julia’s best known as the co-host of the hit reality series I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! Australia.

The Weekly spoke to Julia for our April 2023 issue.

Larry Emdur

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Larry Emdur

Beginning his career as a newsreader and reporter, Larry Emdur quickly transitioned to entertainment television – where he became a household name.

From co-hosting The Morning Show with Kylie Gillies to hosting The Chase Australia, Larry’s charismatic presence and rapport with audiences have made him a staple on Australian TV.

Robert Irwin

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Robert Irwin

Robert Irwin is no stranger to television; he appeared on his sister’s show Bindi the Jungle Girl when he was just 4 years old. However, the son of the late Aussie icon Steve Irwin has gone on to forge his own career in television, especially in the past year.

Most notably, he replaced Dr Chris Brown as co-host on I’m a Celebrity…Get Me Out of Here! Australia.

The Weekly spoke to Robert for our March 2024 issue.

Sonia Kruger

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Sonia Kruger

Sonia Kruger is a renowned Australian television presenter and media personality with a career spanning over two decades.

Over the years, she’s hosted Dancing with the Stars, Big Brother Australia, The Voice Australia, Australia’s Got Talent and more.

Sonia, a seriously prominent figure in Aussie television, won the Gold Logie last year, will she do it again this year?

Tony Armstrong

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Tony Armstrong

After retiring from AFL, where he played for teams including the Adelaide Crows, Sydney Swans, and Collingwood Magpies, Tony Armstrong transitioned to broadcasting.

He gained popularity as a sports presenter on ABC’s News Breakfast, and has previously won two Logies: the Graham Kennedy Award for Most Popular New Talent and the Bert Newton Award for Most Popular Presenter.

The Weekly spoke to Tony for our June 2024 issue.

You can vote for the Gold Logie until 7.30pm AEST on Sunday, August 18 here.

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