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Welsh Stars

Established in 1998, Welsh Stars is the leading management agency for high profile television and radio presenters in Wales. We provide only the highest calibre of broadcaster to act as television and radio presenters; after dinner speakers; leadership and motivational speakers; inspirational speakers; guest speakers; keynote speakers; business and management speakers; entrepreneurial speakers; environment speakers; conference hosts; conference presenters; conference facilitators; award hosts and presenters.

We use many of our trained broadcast journalists to provide high quality bilingual media training for the private, public and voluntary sectors. We are the only company to have representation of our own stable of Wales' finest broadcasters to offer stimulating and challenging media training.

Our Welsh celebrity client base includes:

Jamie Owen   Derek Brockway   Sara Edwards   Sian Lloyd   Roy Noble   Jason Mohammad   Claire Summers   Frances Donovan   Jonathan Hill  Sarah Dickins

Dame Tanni Grey-Thompson   Ruth Madoc   Colin Jackson   Rory Cellan-Jones  Mai Davies   Lowri Morgan   Wynne Evans   Mark Evans   Chris Jones

We liaise closely with event organisers to ensure that the best possible celebrity is chosen for a wide range of events – award ceremonies; conferences; exhibitions; corporate hospitality; seminars; product launches; advertising; promotions; voice-overs; road shows and exhibitions. Many of our celebrities can be booked for advertising and promotional purposes.

If you require a specific celebrity that does not appear on our site just let us know as we are not able to show our full client base. We are able to source almost any celebrity without additional charge as we have reciprocal arrangements with agents throughout the UK. Our vast experience guarantees that we provide the best possible celebrity for any given event. 


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