10 November 2023

20 for 20: Meet the 20 ambassadors leading the charge for 20 years of Movember

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To celebrate 20 years of transformative work, Movember is proud to introduce 20 Ambassadors who are leading the charge for men’s health.

"This year’s Ambassadors embody the spirit of our Movember movement. Their diverse backgrounds and dedication to improving the lives of men will help us reach new heights this hairy season. Playing a pivotal role in raising awareness, promoting open conversations, and inspiring action to address men’s health issues. Join them in their commitment to changing the face of men's health.” - Movember APAC Country Director, Rachel Carr.

When asked about his involvement with the men’s health movement this year, Essendon Footy star Sam Draper said, “I’ve been part of Movember for a few years now and I love what they are about. It’s a movement for guys to look after their health. To go beyond the banter to have open conversations about their mental and physical well-being.”

Hit FM Radio Host, Jimmy Smith, shared a similar sentiment, "I wouldn’t be here today without Movember, I can’t say enough good things about them and the work they do with mental health and suicide prevention. Bring on the next 20 years!”

Introducing 20 Movember Ambassadors for 20 Years

Angus Brayshaw

This Melbourne Demons legend has championed men's health - both physical and mental - for many years, and remains actively involved with Spud’s Game, in honour of the late Danny ‘Spud’ Frawley.

Andy Hearnden

If you follow ‘Andy Cooks’ online, you’ll know this Celebrity chef takes cooking to a whole new level, but he also uses his platform to help other men doing it tough. Don’t believe us? Ask one of his 13 million followers.

Ash Wicks & Matty J

Good mates, proud dads, and podcast hosts Matty J and Ash Wicks are never afraid to talk about uncomfortable topics and parenting. Opening up about their own experiences and encouraging other guys to do the same.

Cam Daddo

Actor and Radio Host Cam Daddo is no stranger to Movember, having supported the men’s health movement for over 11 years. Cam is here because he believes that emotionally and physically healthy men make better partners, dads, and mates.

Chanel Contos

Author, activist and Founder of Teach Us Consent, Chanel Cantos is a true trailblazer whose work has led to the mandating of holistic and age-appropriate consent education in schools beginning in 2023. She is an advocate of positive masculinities.

Jimmy & Nath

HIT FM radio hosts and best buds Jimmy & Nath are the ultimate good time guys, but when it comes to mental health - they are quick to spread the word, using their own experiences to spark important conversations.

Kirk Pengilly

You may know him from a little band called INXS, or for the iconic ‘stache that he’s sported on his upper lip for decades. But this music icon also flies the flag for men’s health, having lost a close mate to suicide, and having survived prostate cancer.

Konrad Bień-Stephen

Media personality and reality TV star, Konrad never shies away from sharing his own personal mental health struggles. The former Bachelorette contestant continues to speak out and lead from the front by removing the stigma that’s associated with men's mental health.

Matt Short

Australian cricketer and brand new Mo Bro, Matt Short is raising awareness for all the dads, brothers, sons and mates in our lives.

Oleg Markov

Premiership Collingwood Football star Oleg Markov uses his iconic mo to start conversations, promote connections, and be a support for all the other mo’s out there. This year he is shaving off his mo to raise $50k for Movember.

Osher Günsberg

A man who needs no introduction. Osher walks the walk by showing men and women that speaking up and taking action about mental health is the stronger, braver path.


Dipper sports one of Australia’s most recognisable Mo’s. For years he has been supporting Movember, using that moustache of his to advocate for men’s health, getting more men to take their health seriously.

Sam Draper

Essendon Bombers footy star Sam Draper has a strong personal connection to the men’s health issues Movember are tackling. Despite “hating the baby face look”, Drapes shaves off his mo every year without question, to regrow, and raise awareness for Movember.

Tarang Chawla

Anti-violence campaigner, mental health and gender equality advocate, and long time Mo Bro, Tarang is not afraid to speak out on heavy topics. Known for his activism on issues of gender equality and family violence, Tarang educates men and removes stigmas surrounding seeking help.

Theo Loizou

Fresh off his success on MasterChef, Theo is using his platform to promote Movember along with being a proud blood donor for our friends at Lifeblood. The former tradie doesn't take himself too seriously but he is serious about men looking after themselves.

Toby Greene

Greater Western Sydney Giants Captain Toby Greene has been a leader on and off the field. Toby and his mates began fundraising for Movember in 2019 after the loss of his cousin. Now he speaks out publicly to help stop men dying too young.

Tom Liberatore

We all know Tom Liberatore for his great mo and play for the Western Bulldogs Football Club. But his work for Movember over the years has helped Aussie men start reaching out and talking about their mental health.

Trent Cotchin

Former AFL star, media personality, and Posisocks co-founder, Trent Cotchin is all about making a positive difference in people's lives. His message is to always hear and understand people's stories to help them overcome their challenges.

Zara Seidler

Zara co-founded ‘The Daily Aus’ back in 2017, and since then she has used her platform to bring social-first news to over a quarter of a million young Australians. And yes, Zara is the sister of our very own Dr Zac Seidler. The two recently spoke about reshaping masculinity at SXSW Sydney.

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