Roland Gaspar

Comedian, MC and Motivational Speaker - Johannesburg
Roland Gaspar

 

Roland is frequently seen on screens across the nation in commercials for brands like Makro, MiWay, General Motors and others. His voice is often heard on radio and television commercials. These media appearances give him a familiarity that often builds quick rapport with audiences.

He has been performing his clean fun style since 1997, professionally since 2005 when he won Barry Hilton’s “Take a chance” open mic competition. Roland has appeared in Comedy line-ups alongside the top names in SA Comedy including Eddie Eckstein, Chris Forrest, Tumi Morake, Kurt Schoonraad, Barry Hilton and Mel Miller, to name-drop but a few! This skill allows him to simply be great entertainment at an event, or to inject fun and laughter into even the most serious and significant seminar or subject matter.

Roland Gaspar

 

Roland can add value to your event in one or more of the following ways:
Humourous and High Energy MC
Corporate Entertainer
Clean Fun Comedic Motivational Speaker
Energising Conference Speaker
Training Facilitator
Internal Corporate Communicator
Product Launch Presenter
Professional Promotions and Roadshow Speaker

 

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