Queen’s Birthday Honours 2018: Tom Gleisner, Phillip Brady, Anne Wills.

Television personalities including Tom Gleisner, Phillip Brady and Anne Wills have been recognised in today’s Queen’s Birthday Honours.

Also honoured are finance expert Robert Gottleibsen, editor Jill Bilcock, writer Alison Nisselle, music historian Glenn A. Baker and Channel Seven veteran producer Gordon Bennett.

COMPANION (AC) IN THE GENERAL DIVISION OF THE ORDER OF AUSTRALIA

Ms Jill Elizabeth BILCOCK, East Brunswick Vic 3057
For eminent service to the Australian motion picture industry as a film editor, to the
promotion and development of the profession, as a role model, and through creative
contributions to the nation’s cultural identity.

OFFICER (AO) IN THE GENERAL DIVISION OF THE ORDER OF AUSTRALIA
Mr Thomas Edmund GLEISNER, Vic
For distinguished service to the media and television industries as a writer, producer,
actor and presenter, to children living with cancer, and as a supporter of young
people with autism spectrum disorders.

MEMBER (AM) IN THE GENERAL DIVISION OF THE ORDER OF AUSTRALIA
Mr Glenn A BAKER, Winmalee NSW 2777
For significant service to the entertainment industry through promoting, preserving and
documenting popular music culture.

Mr Christopher John FREELAND, Paddington NSW 2021
For significant service to the arts in New South Wales particularly to the film industry,
to business education, and to the community.

Mr Robert Norman GOTTLIEBSEN, Strathmore Vic 3041
For significant service to the print media as a journalist, editor and business analyst,
and to education through school governance roles.

Ms Jane Ward SMITH, Black Hill Vic 3350
For significant service to the broadcast media industry, particularly to film and
television, through administrative roles, and to the community.

MEDAL (OAM) OF THE ORDER OF AUSTRALIA IN THE GENERAL DIVISION
Mr Philip Stuart BRADY, Kew Vic 3101
For service to the broadcast media industry.

Mr Gordon Edward BENNETT, Sherbrooke Vic 3789
For service to the television broadcast industry, and to the community.

Mr Robert Kinleside CRAWFORD, Hampton Vic 3188
For service to the performing and visual arts, and as an author.

Mr Frederick KENYON, Turramurra NSW 2074
For service to the television broadcast industry.

Ms Alison Lempriere NISSELLE, Sandringham Vic 3191
For service to the film and television industry.

Ms Anne Shirley WILLS, Adelaide SA 5000
For service to the broadcast media in South Australia.

Updated: Network Ten congratulates Have You Been Paying Attention? host Tom Gleisner, who has been awarded the Medal of the Order of Australia (General Division) for his services to the broadcast media and to the community.

Recognised in the Queen’s Birthday 2018 Honours list, Tom’s award is in honour of his distinguished service to the media and television industries as a writer, producer, actor and presenter, to children living with cancer, and as a supporter of young people with autism spectrum disorders.

4 Comments:

  1. Isn’t HYBPA recorded on a Sunday nite?
    Well done Tom, on your body of tv/film work, as well as your charity contributions.
    “Serious face” on the Project tonite though.

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