He host a breakfast TV show, and regularly has hit viewers in stitches.
He also famously dropped out of school at 15, before landing a job as a copyboy for Sydney Morning Herald.
At 17-years-old, he became the country’s youngest national newsreader, presenting on the Seven Network.
Guess who! He is one of Australia’s best known morning show hosts – but do YOU know who this mischievous looking kid is?
Finally he became a household name when he presented game show, The Price Is Right from 1993 to 1998.
He also hosted game shows Cash Bonanza and Wheel of Fortune, further heightening his profile.
Have you guessed who this little boy with the massive grin is, yet?
Well, if you guessed Larry Emdur, you guessed correct.
Game show: Larry’s most successful game show hosting gig was for The Price Is Right, from 1993-1998, 2003-2005 and then in 2012
The TV funnyman shared this vintage snap of himself, appearing to be from his school days.
The network star looked every inch the little rascal with the photo, which showed him smiling broadly in a cheeky manner.
‘Don’t know what happened to my freckles, but wish they were still there,’ Larry wrote in the caption.
Short stint: Larry also helmed Seven’s Wheel Of Fortune in 2006, with Laura Csortan as the show’s hostess (pictured)
The father-of-two has been a constant face on Australian television, with him previously admitting he didn’t think his success would last.
‘They said it might last six or 12 months. Ten years? never!’ Larry, 53, told New Idea magazine last year about his current gig on The Morning Show.
‘We’ve accomplished a lot together over the last ten years,’ he previously said on the program.
‘After a decade sitting side by side on The Morning Show, we’ve realised that chemistry is key when it comes to your co-host.’
Settled: The father-of-two has co-hosted The Morning Show with Kylie Gillies for the last decade, with him admitting he didn’t think it would last last year