Andrew Mulligan

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Andrew Mulligan is a New Zealand television presenter. He co-hosts on Sky Television's PRIME TV channel at 7:00pm weekdays, The Crowd Goes Wild,[1] [2][3][4][5][6][7] with former New Zealand test cricketer Mark Richardson.[8] On this same show in June 2010 he claimed to be a direct descendant of John Logie Baird, the inventor of television, while his cohost Mark Richardson claimed to be a direct descendant of a former Irish Rugby Union test player. In 2008 Mulligan also co-presented New Zealand's Got Talent with radio disc jockey Jason Reeves.[9] Formerly a part of The Morning Rumble on The Rock FM, Mulligan now works as a co-host alongside Mark Richardson on the Radio Sport breakfast show. He is also the main commentator of NZ Breakers' home games for Sky Television.[10][11]

Mulligan's career started as a host on Otago University’s Cow TV.[9] His Television career has seen him appear as a presenter on Sportzah, Summer Of Cricket, Best Damn Super 12 Show Ever and Fight For Life. Mulligan also formerly hosted the Auckland radio station 91ZM Weekend Breakfast Show with Jason Reeves.


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  2. "Christmas with the stars". Stuff. Retrieved 2015-12-07.
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  5. "Wild ride for TV sports hosts". 2008-11-22. Retrieved 2015-12-07.
  6. "Earlier slot for sports show | Otago Daily Times Online News : Otago, South Island, New Zealand & International News". Retrieved 2015-12-07.
  7. "Finalists Announced For 51st Westpac Halberg Awards | Scoop News". Retrieved 2015-12-07.
  8. "Profile: Andrew Mulligan, Television Presenter, Auckland". Sky Television Limited's website. 2009-04-06.
  9. 9.0 9.1 "Profile: Andrew Mulligan, Television Presenter, Auckland". Syco and FremantleMedia Australia Pty Ltd/South Pacific Pictures Limited. 2008-08-08.
  10. "NZME Announces Legends In Black Dinner". NZME. 22 June 2015.
  11. "John Campbell's return to 7pm". NZ Herald. 2 July 2015.


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