Spectrum commercial models Spectrum - Sydney Australia

About Us

SPECTRUM (incorporating Real Faces) is Sydney's premier commercial broad-based model and talent agency, managing good-looking commercial & mature people from 15 to 80 years old. Our men and women are in particular demand for advertising. Many SPECTRUM (Real Faces) models and talent have been in the industry for years and have a wealth of experience as former fashion models, performers, or actors.

SPECTRUM are often cast as teens, parents, business people, mature fashion models, retirees and general workers in TV commercials, the print media, and for bit parts in film and TV drama. Our talent has appeared in campaigns for McDonald's, David Jones, NRMA, Best & Less, Big W, QANTAS, Telstra, Samsung and many others.

We maintain a select group of good-looking commercial models of all ages, many of whom have a strong background in the industry as fashion models. We are committed to providing the industry with up-to-date images so there are no surprises when the model arrives for the casting or job.


Real Faces began in 1987 as the adult agency to complement Cute Kids and Gordon’s Models (now PLATFORM) was added to form The Gordon Management Group of agencies.    

Gordon Charles – Managing Director

Gordon has 40 years in the industry, starting as a model at 19. After four years in Sydney as a model, actor and dancer he travelled to London in 1972 and modelled in fashion shows, catalogues, magazines and TV commercials around Europe.

He returned to Sydney in 1975 to continue modelling, working in television, movies and stage shows. From 1976 to 1992 he was Australia's most prolific producer of fashion shows: over 250 for large companies like The Australian Wool Corporation, Westfield, Dupont, Myer/Grace Bros, David Jones, The Australian Fashion Awards, fashion trade fairs, designers Carla Zampatti, Brian Rochford, Covers, and much more.

From 1987 Gordon became immersed in managing The Gordon Management Group of agencies: Platform, Cute Kids, and Spectrum.