Courtney Dickson was born and raised in Australia. She originally had dreams of working in Forensic Science but found a new passion in media production. She has worked at some of the biggest media houses in Australia including WTFN Entertainment and Channel Seven. She has coordinated and managed many productions including the popular game show, “The Weakest Link.” She has also covered the journey of the Australian Commonwealth Games Athletes as they prepared for the 2010 event. Courtney’s experience at WTFN Entertainment deepened her appreciation for television production.
Traveling is one of her many interests and her media career allowed her to enjoy different cultures from various regions of the world. Courtney has visited Fiji, China, Vietnam, Malaysia, South Korea, Norway and even Antarctica to shoot short films and to cover stories. One of her famous stories was the report on the 10th anniversary of the Bali Bombing in Indonesia. Courtney’s most prized experience working in Australian media was producing the Observational Documentary Series, “Bondi Vet.” The series covered the work of Dr. Chris Brown at his practice in Bondi Beach and the weekly animal rescue mission at the Small Animal Specialist Hospital.
Courtney is an experienced and highly qualified field and segment producer. She was the chief member of the production team for the award winning daytime talk show, “The Circle,” that was broadcast daily on Network Ten. One of the most valuable attributes she developed throughout her experience in television production, is a strong sense of team spirit. Courtney has learned the value of excellent team spirit and is able to work with a dynamic group of individuals because she is friendly, enthusiastic, driven and dedicated. This Australian media icon, has embarked on a new chapter in her life as she resides in Los Angeles and is gaining further exposure in the American TV industry.