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Vale Brad Lyons

By Press release - Seven

22 March 2020 1min read

By Press release - Seven

22 March 2020 1min read

Seven West Media today expressed its deep sadness at the passing of former Seven Network executive Brad Lyons.

James Warburton, Seven West Media Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer said:

“On behalf of all of us at SWM, we were devastated to learn of Brad’s passing. Brad was an instrumental creative force at Seven for two decades. He saw the launch of over 25 titles in his time, including iconic shows such as Dancing with the Stars, My Kitchen Rules, Deal or No Deal, House Rules and The Chase Australia.

“We will all miss his energy and passion, which we were so lucky to experience. Brad was a second-to-none creative mind, and we were so fortunate to have a had chance to work with him and get to know him for the truly incredible person he was.

“Our thoughts are with Brad’s wife, Debbie, his three daughters, and all of his family and friends at this time.”

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By Press release - Seven

22 March 2020 1min read

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