Australia’s most popular sports satirist, Titus O’Reily keeps sports-lovers Australia-wide amused and entertained with his wildy popular Twitter feed, Knee Jerk Reaction and Highly Unhelpful columns and regular contributions to Melbourne’s biggest-selling newspaper, The Herald Sun. This razor-sharp, hilarious take on all things sports-related has earned Titus a rapidly growing 300,000+ followers across his social media platforms.
With regular appearances on the Seven Network’s The Front Bar and Ten’s The Project, Channel Seven’s AFL coverage, Fox Sports and ABC TV News’ top-rating Breakfast programme, Titus has rapidly become Australia’s go-to sports pundit. With frequent requests to give his take on the week’s spots for radio shows including Australia’s longest serving sports broadcaster ABC Grandstand, Titus also enjoys weekly guest spots on Jules Schiller’s weekly ABC Radio Drive show The Clubhouse and NOVA FM’s breakfast show with Chrissie Swan, Sam Pang and AFL legend Jonathan Brown.
As well as his own national comedy tours, Titus has performed at the AFL Commission’s Grand Final Luncheon in front of political dignitaries Scott Morrison and Julie Bishop and a host of political, sporting and media heavyweights, the Premier’s Cup Golf Day, TasRacing Australian Horse of the Year Awards, the Rugby League Players Champion Awards, functions for AFL clubs Melbourne, Sydney, Port Adelaide, North Melbourne, Fremantle and St Kilda and a host of other corporate events.
A prolific long-form writer, Titus’ first book, A Thoroughly Unhelpful History of Australian Sport released by Penguin Random House in November 2017 was commissioned for a second print run and re-released as a special Father’s Day edition in September 2018. His second book, A Sporting Chance: Australian Sporting Scandals and the Path to Redemption, was released in October 2018 and third book Please, Gamble Irresponsibly: The Rise, Fall and Rise of Sport Gambling in Australia in November 2019.
Taps into the mindset of a sports tragic – witty one-liners synonymous with his irreverent brand of humourThe Age
A Thoroughly Unhelpful History of Australian Sport, is tailor-made for the sports nut whether their passion is footy, racing or cricket. Or all of the aboveHerald Sun
Hilarious and often satirical take on sport… hysterically funny. The crowd loves itIn Review
Titus O’Reily’s wry wit has made him a star of radio, newspaper and television and built him a cult followingX-Press Magazine