One of Fox Sports most recognised faces, Adam Peacock made his first foray into the media after being employed by Channel Seven as a cadet in 1998. Working for the popular Sportsworld program, Peacock travelled around Australia and the world and interviewed the likes of basketball legend Shaquille O’Neal and “the Special One”, football manager Jose Mourinho, and also featured on the Network’s marquee sporting events – Olympics Games, Rugby World Cup and Melbourne Cup carnival.
Making the move to Fox Sports in 2006, Peacock was a part of the emergence of Fox Sports News as Australia’s first choice for sporting news. This has provided a springboard into his extensive work on Fox Sports. As host of the popular Hyundai Matchday Saturday and Shootout programs which border the network’s A-League and English Premier League coverage, Peacock also head’s Fox Sports’ coverage of the Socceroos. After hosting Foxtel’s Vancouver Winter Olympic and Delhi Commonwealth Games coverage in 2010, Peacock completed his sixth Olympics as a broadcaster when a key part of Foxtel’s extensive coverage of the London 2012 Games.
Peacock has also hosted Fox Sports’ coverage of Grand Slam Tennis events including Wimbledon plus the Australian and US Open, working closely with the likes of Pat Rafter, Wally Masur and John McEnroe. He also produced and directed an outstanding half-hour special that gave a behind the scenes look at US Open Champion Sam Stosur on the eve of the 2012 Australian Open. He is a highly capable Master of Ceremonies in both the sporting and corporate environment. Away from the camera, the father of three from Sydney’s Northern Beaches is a keen sports fan and passionate supporter of the Manly Sea Eagles in the NRL, and Newcastle United in the English Premier League
Peacock has entered the podcast releasing his monthly Podcast where he speaks with politicians and leading commentators to find out how the Australian political system functions and why it was set up the way it was.