One of Australia’s most well known actors and entertainers, Shane Jacobson, has joined CFMOTO Australia as a brand ambassador. The 51-year-old, who has accumulated a storied CV in film, television and theatre, will become the face of CFMOTO Australia across various promotional mediums! 

One of the most recognisable Australian celebrities, Shane Jacobson, has joined the team at CFMOTO.

With his sharp wit, self-effacing personality and magnanimous, relatable qualities, Jacobson now belongs in the top-echelon of Australia artists as an actor, comedian, producer, writer and master of ceremonies. He’s still widely known for his breakout performance as ‘Kenny’ in the eponymous 2006 movie for which he won an AFI award for best lead actor in a feature film.

Since then, Shane’s body of work across film, television and theatre has been voluminous, with some of the other highlights including his portrayal of Brant Webb in the telemovie ‘Beaconsfield’, playing the role of Barry Tregear in the ‘Irish Jack’ on the ABC, working with Jeremy Renner in ‘The Born Legacy’ and Kate Winslet in ‘The Dressmaker’.

“I can’t wait to share my stories and experienced of enjoying the bikes and vehicles in the CFMOTO stable with the world and, let’s be honest: it’s not a job, it’s a joy and privilege, but hey someone has to do it.” said Shane.

Jacobson joins the CFMOTO stable as the marque continues on a rapid growth trajectory in Australia, particularly across the primary producer-focussed ATV and UTV segments. There’s also plenty of anticipation in the motorcycle ranks with the imminent release of several new models, including an ‘adventure’ family that will appeal to the Aussie wanderlust for travel.

”I am thrilled to be joining the family. The whole team has a passion and enthusiasm that is only matched by my eagerness to play with the entire product range it has – which is a lot!” Said Jacobson.


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