Best Children's Television Personality - Wombat
Channel 7's Wombat
Bob spent almost five years as host/presenter of Australia's longest running and multi-award winning, national children's television show, writing all the material for his many comedic, cult characters.
The first Australian Children's Television personality to win a coveted, industry 'Penguin' award and - after just five months on-air.
Bob's first ever television interview, was with Sammy Davis Jr. Bob interviewed a plethora of national and international entertainers and sports stars.
In addition to writing a number of TV theme song's, Bob's song 'Change the Future' not only won a Media Peace Prize and raised funds for UNICEF, it was used as part of Sir Bob Geldof's Sport Aid campaign.
Sammy Davis Jr
Songwriter - 'Change the Future'
Media Peace Prize Award
Bob with his fellow Neighbours cast members (1990).
Not only did Bob star as a regular cast member of the international TV 'Soapie', sensation - 'Neighbours', he created and wrote in his own character.
Channel 10's Neighbours Cast
Actor - 'Eddie Buckingham'
Channel 10's Neighbours
In the 80 (sometimes live-to-air) episodes of the ABC's teen gameshow, Bob's guest list was a 'who's who' of Australian TV and legends of entertainment and sport.
Bob played the lead role of Aladdin, sharing the stage with EastEnders celebrity, John Altman (Nick Cotton) and 'Are You Being Served' star Trevor Bannister (Mr Lucas).
ABC's Big Square Eye
Lead role - 'Aladdin'
Warm, charismatic and engaging, Bob La Castra is the consummate entertainer.
Earning his living as a Cabaret Singer from the age of 13, Bob's rich, smooth, velvet voice moves and captivates audiences, wherever he performs.