2. Is Osher Günsberg Andrew G?
Yes, he is, but it wasn't his first name change. At the beginnings of his radio career, he was nicknamed "Spidey."
Then, in 2009, The Bachelor host, who used to go by the name Andrew G - 'G' short for his surname Günsberg, which was thought by some to be too awkward a name for a showbiz career - decided to change his first name from Andrew to Osher (a Hebrew word for happiness).
In a Facebook post explaining why, he says, “I met with a revered Shaman in Tel Aviv. He told me about the power of a name, and how what we call ourselves affects our lives”. Although at first he kept the name change private, at age 38, after the end of his first marriage and Australian Idol, he decided he needed to reboot his life and went public with the name change.
3. How old is Osher Günsberg?
Born on 29 March, 1974, Osher is currently 45 years old.
4. How tall is Osher Günsberg?
Body What suggests that Osher is 178cm, but there is no reliable source for his height.
5. Is Osher Günsberg gay?
Osher is currently married to make-up artist Audrey Griffen. However it was revealed on Hit105’s Stav, Abbey and Osher breakfast show that she thought he was gay at first. He also spilled on the program that he’s ‘pashed a few blokes but, you know, it’s not for me.’
6. Is Osher Günsberg married? Who is Osher Günsberg's wife?
Yes, Osher is married. He wed Audrey Griffen in 2016 in a three-day celebration in the NSW countryside. The couple met on the set of The Bachelor in 2014 when Audrey got a job on the show. The pair met after Osher “had been chatting to a make-up artist I'd worked with for years about my love-life, and I was complaining about how hard it was to meet someone … She told me she was going off to another job but had a replacement to do my make-up, and said, 'She is lovely, she has a kid, and you're welcome.'” The rest is history, with the pair thinking it's funny "that we are the only successful couple from the Blake [Garvey] season [of the show]," Audrey says.
7. Is Osher Günsberg a dad?
Yes. Audrey and Osher, who already have Georgia, Audrey's 15-year-old daughter from a previous relationship, are now also expecting a baby together. Of being a step-dad, Osher says, 'I think what I didn’t really expect ... is how much things changed from one day to the next. One day, Georgia was my girlfriend’s kid that I hung out with and played Dance Dance Extreme with on the Wii. And then the next day I felt like: “I would do anything to save this person’s life! Even if it meant pushing her out of the way of a train and I’d get killed, I would do it.” '
8. Has Osher Günsberg been divorced?
Osher and Israeli actress, producer and singer Noa Tishby tied the knot in 2008 but called off their marriage in late 2011. "We started getting into patterns of fights that were completely irrational," the Dig actress explained the separation to New Idea. "I didn’t know what was going on, so instead of knowing how to handle it, I would get into the loop of the fighting and arguing, and it’s 100 per cent addictive."
9. What TV Shows has Osher Günsberg appeared in?
Osher Günsberg is a regular on Channel 10, currently presenting The Bachelor, The Bachelorette, Bachelor in Paradise and After Paradise. He also hosted game show The Con Test and co-hosted Australian Idol from 2003–2009.
He is the narrator of Bondi Rescue, a show seen in over 100 countries worldwide. He has popped up on TV drama Offspring, as well as Chris & Julia's Sunday Night Takeaway, The Project, Have You Been Paying Attention, Hughesy, We Have a Problem, and many more cameos.
On June 30, 2019, Osher was announced as the host of the new Channel 10 show, The Masked Singer, saying, “I’m so excited to be a part of a big, loud entertainment show for Network 10. The Masked Singer Australia is such an out-there show, such a wild format, and I can’t wait for people to see it. While lately, I’ve been whispering very seriously about roses, this is a very different side of what I do, and I’m thrilled that we’re doing it.”
10. What books has Osher Günsberg written?
Osher has written a biography titled Back, After the Break, published in 2018, about his struggle with mental illness and how he fought through the dark times to live a better life. The book has been described as "a searingly honest memoir scattered with raw depictions of addiction and self-deprecating anecdotes."
11. Does Osher Günsberg have a podcast?
Yes, it is called The Osher Günsberg Podcast which is “A weekly conversation that hopes to help you make today a little better than yesterday.” The show is well liked with a 4.8-star rating and has over 300 episodes, which cover interesting topics such as ‘The reality of vaccines’, ‘The question of Australia Day’, ‘Facebook is hacking your brain’ and others where he sits down with experts in each field. You can find it on both Apple Podcasts and Spotify.
12. Does Osher Günsberg have a blog?
Back in the day as Andrew G, Osher had a blog. So Naughties.
13. Is Osher Günsberg vegan?
Well, technically yes, but he doesn't call himself one, preferring to say he "eats plants." Back in 2016, while defending himself to animal activists for attending a horse race, Günsberg hit back against his critics on his radio show, saying, “I don’t eat animals. I say that I’m vegan because it’s the quickest way to get the explanation across but the truth is I’ve never really called myself vegan.”
He went on to say, “I like animals as much as the next person but I like people better and for me, factory farming is not very good at all for our environment and the food and water that’s fed to that livestock could be much better used for people.”
14. How much weight has Osher Günsberg lost?
In 2018, Osher had an amazing body transformation after completing a 10-week Men’s Health regime, resulting in his weight dropping from 83kg to 76kg, shedding 9kg of body fat and gaining 2.5kg of muscle - plus a healthier outlook on life. He attributes the need to build a healthier body as part of his strategy to also build a healthier mind, with diet and exercise playing such an important role in mental health. "What I’ve found these last few months is that my response to triggers has just been dulled so much. I’ve found a way to take the edge off the world again through exercise," Osher said. He has also spoken about how he has struggled with his weight since childhood.
Back in 2016, the Daily Mail published an article, partly titled “Osher Gunsberg shows off his ‘Bali Belly’," which included intrusive images of the then tubbier presenter, shirtless and changing into a wetsuit, while on a private holiday in a remote location. Osher stood up for himself and called the article bullying, writing a complaint to the Australian Press Council. As he says, "Body dysmorphia and the desire to be 'fit and ripped', powerful and handsome, like their male idols and celebrity worshipped heroes, leads many men down a garden path to feelings of worthlessness and self-hatred."
15. How many hairstyles has Osher had?
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