Osher Gunsberg

Osher Gunsberg


Osher Günsberg is one of Australia’s most recognisable media personalities, having been a guest in the living rooms of Australians for over 20 years.

Osher is the host of the ‘The Bachelor’ franchise, and ‘The Masked Singer’ on Network TEN.

A best-selling Author, “Back After The Break” documented Osher’s journey with mental illness and the live show based on the book went on to a sold-out national tour.

Osher Günsberg: A Matter of Life and Death is a documentary released through SBS which look at how science and technology could help prevent suicide and why suicide rates remain high in Australia. This won the Mental Health Service award for 2022 and the Asian Academy Creative Awards for best documentary programme 2022.

An early adopter of independent digital broadcasting “Better Than Yesterday – with Osher Günsberg” launched in 2013 - and releases an in-conversation each Monday and a check in episode on Fridays – it currently has more than 10 Million Downloads.

Osher is regularly called upon by the country’s largest companies and organizations to speak about his mental health journey, mental health in the workplace or addiction.

A passionate electric mobility enthusiast, Osher lives in Sydney with his wife, stepdaughter and son.


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