Media Personality, Proud Indigenous & LGBTIQA+ Advocate and Health & Wellness Influencer
Matty Mills is a proud Indigenous Australian, known for his presenting and hosting roles, advocacy work, fitness-based lifestyle and unforgettable persona described as “sparkly”
He has a lustrous career working within the media industry as an actor and a presenter for television and radio. From his role as an entertainer reporter for NITV to his freelance reporting for Channel Nine’s Getaway – his energy is infectious.
Matty has also taken centre stage as host for the ARIA Awards, The Dreamtime Awards, Pride in Sports Awards, and many more exclusive events. He also took position at the right hand of renowned film maker – Baz Luhrmann, becoming his executive assistant whilst on the set of Elvis.
Matty is a huge advocate for the queer and indigenous community - using his weekly podcast “First Things First” to share his voice and lived experiences with humor, heart, and a whole lot of First Nations flare alongside his co-host Brooke Blurton.
He is an inspiration to the Aboriginal community being the founder of BlakFulla Run Club created to connect and inspire First Nations people through exercise. He is also a proud member of the LGBTQI+ community, hosting the Miss First Nation competition during Sydney WorldPride.
As an advocate for mental health awareness Matty often talks of his struggles with his own mental health and how society often pressures individuals to conceal parts of their identities. Through the power of health, fitness and giving back to the community Matty has become more aware of what's important, and has embraced these parts of himself and learned to celebrate them. While Matty openly admits that life is far from perfect at times – he continues to fight and advocate for continual growth and positive change.
Matty’s social content showcases his advocacy work, his healthy lifestyle, time spent exploring the globe with his partner and his media repertoire, reach out now to align with this powerhouse.