Wil is a stand up first and foremost, touring Australia and the world at every opportunity, performing more than a hundred shows a year. His stand up is a densely written, highspeed ride through one of the most wonderful comedic imaginations in the world.
Fiona O'Loughlin is the funniest working mother in Australia today. Based in Alice Springs, Fiona has spent the past ten years working as a stand-up comedian and a columnist as well a writer and presenter for ABC Radio.
Lawrence Mooney is a stand-up comedian widely regarded by fans and peers as one of the funniest of the funniest. His brutally honest and hilarious insights have earned him Best Show Sydney Comedy Festival 2015 and a Barry Award Nomination for Best Show at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2015.
Anh Do(born 2 June 1977) is a Vietnamese born Australian author, comedian and artist. He has appeared on many Australian TV shows such as Thank God You're Here, Good News Week, Anh Does Vietnam and was runner up on Dancing With The Stars in 2007.
Kitty Flanagan is one of Australia’s best known comedians. Before that she was one of Australia’s least known waitresses at Pizza Hut. At school Kitty was a small, stick like child with very large front teeth and fuzzy hair. Nothing much has changed.
Carl is Australia’s most popular live comedian. He grew up in Longreach in Central Queensland the son of a shearer. Moved to the Gold Coast where he became a roof tiler, moved to Sydney and decided to walk on stage at The Harold Park Hotel one night and the rest is history.
Jimeoin is acclaimed as one of the hottest stand-up comics of this generation - a true comedy master. A prolific writer with an exceptional audience rapport, he is known and loved for his brilliantly funny wit and charming observations on the absurdities of every-day life.
Claire began her comedy career in Perth in 2004 when she won her state finals of Triple J’s Raw Comedy. In 2005 she was selected to perform in ‘The Comedy Zone’ at Melbourne International Comedy Festival and won ‘Best and Fairest’ at the National Improv Championships.
Tahir is one of Australia's busiest comedians. He has been a feature in all comedy venue's around the country and had numerous television appearances.Tahir was named Comedian of the Year and has even been Logie nominated. He has worked for the who's who of the industry and has been booked for countless private and corporate functions.
Akmal Saleh is one of Australia’s most respected successful and in demand comics. He displays an incredible ability to deal with hot topics in an hilarious and non-offensive way it’s an hysterical look at modern day life in Australia.
Judith Lucy is one of Australia's most popular comedians. A best-selling author, her work in radio, television and film and her sell-out national live tours have made her a household name.
Rob’s satirical, cheeky, out of the box views on the world comes from a very interesting past. From experiences growing up in a caravan park, working for over a decade as a prison officer in maximum security prisons, his time training security services in Iraq and Afghanistan, his family life - children, and marriage, and more (it is questionable which is more dangerous).
George Kapiniaris is one of this country's best loved comedy, music and TV stars - having had an incredible impact on Greek-Australian popular culture over the last twenty six years.
Cals stand up career has been well rewarded and recognized over the years. In 1997 she was awarded the inaugural Billy T Award for up and coming comedians, by the New Zealand Comedy Trust, and was included on the judging panel in 2001. In 2000 Metro Magazine named her Best Comedian of the year. She received the Best Newcomer Award at The Melbourne International Comedy Festival in April 2001.
Human. Comedian. Sometimes actor and breathing enthusiast. With his accessible humour and free flowing style, Dave’s success as a comic has quickly broadened into a range of performance credits on TV, radio and stage.
Sorrenti is one of Australia's best known and leading comic entertainers. No comic is more in demand for everything from after dinner speaking to product launches, sports hospitality, awards ceremonies and any manner of corporate, fundraising, sporting or public event.
Dave is a regular on ABC TV's Spicks and Specks and has appeared on Channel 10's The Panel, Rove and Australia's Brainiest Comedian. He was also part of Channel 9's 2005 World Comedy Tour and Channel 10's Comedy Festival Gala.
Australian Comedian & Actor, Matt Okine, began his career by becoming a national Triple J RAW finalist in 2004, at the age of 18, after only 3 previous gigs (those being the preliminary stages of the competition!). He was a 2Day FM Comedy God finalist later that year, and in January 2005, Matt took out the Brisbane New Comic of the Year competition. The same year, he scored his first movie role, appearing in Fox2000’s, Aquamarine.
Truly a world class performer! After a white-bred middle class upbringing Chris Wainhouse turned out an arty-trendy sort of try hard and a magnet for dominant women.A product of his environment Chris lives a life of weird repetitions with no time for rational thought.
Ellen Briggs is a talented mother of two, with a sharp tongue and a rapidly rising career in the comedy industry! With just two years experience, she bagged first prize on the National Foxtel Comedy Channel's 'Be a Comedian' and earned a spot on Stand Up Australia.
Luke Heggie is fast becoming one of Australia's most in demand and recognisable stand up comedians. His no-nonsense one liners delivered in a dry, dead pan manner quickly gained praise after his debut into the comedy world by winning Melbourne International Comedy Festivals 2010 Raw Comedy and jetting off to Edinburgh Fringe Festival.
Chris Radburn is one of Australia's best corporate comedians with over 15 years of experience performing for corporate clients including Casella Wines, Aristocrat, Coca-Cola, Stockland, Rebel Sport, Harvey Norman, Sydney Children's Hospital, Vodafone, Nivea, Hitachi, Multiplex, Sydney Roosters and Australian Forces Entertainment to name just a few.
Mandy Nolan is a true renaissance woman. Comedian, Author, Journalist, MC, KeyNote Speaker, Humour Therapist & Comedy Instructor. Nolan is as at home on the stage as she is on the page. Able to captivate audiences from a diverse socio economic, age and gender demographic:
David is now regarded as one of Australia's brightest young stars., and has worked on all of Adelaide's major media, since making his debut. By no means a novice, David has performed along side some of the world's best including, Jimeoin, Carl Barron, Stevie Starr, The Amazing Jonathon, Sean Hughes. Judith Lucy, Greg Fleet, Matt King, Shane Bourne, Chris Franklin, Vince Sorrenti, Bruno Lucia, Steady Eddy, Julia Morris, Kitty Flanagan & Modern Problems in Science and was asked to support Michael Buble on his last Australian tour.
Des Dowling is one of Australia’s most versatile stand up comedy performers.Whether its appearing as a TV presenter, utilising his polished interviewing skills and humor as a corporate MC, or performing a hilarious 30 minute set of stand up comedy, Des delivers a top notch comedy performance every time.
Genuinely amused by the perception that women are not as funny as men, Katrina Davidson has often been referred to as ‘the funniest chick I’ve seen’ and has been known to keep working class blokes and high class gals alike gasping with laughter.
Having entertained over 250,000 people around the country and internationally this full time professional Comedian/MC comes to you very highly recommended. Mark has been seen on all of the major commercial TV channels as well as being a featured comic on the Comedy Channels “Home Delivered Comedy”.
Mike has clocked up hundreds of hosting hours of live international and national television shows on Big Brother Australia, Doctor Who Live on the BBC TV UK, Nine Networks Friday Night Live, TEN NETWORK Up Late Live, Joker Poker, New Years Eve and many more.
BIANCA IS AN EXPERIENCED BROADCASTER, WITH AN UNFORGETTABLE PERSONALITY! Three-time winner of Australia's Best Radio Personality, Bianca Dye is a warm and cheeky voice, with a wit and style that endears her to the many celebrities she’s interviewed!
Mike van Acker has spent most of his adult life trying to stay away from stand up comedy. It was easy when he left high school - there was no comedy in Brisbane. He became a singing telegram performer instead. Keen wasn't he?
Mick Meredith is one of Australia’s most in-demand comedians and one of the countries leading musical comedy acts with appearances all over Australia and internationally from PNG to Egypt.
National Runner up in JJJ RAW 2014 – Katie Burch is set to be one of Australia’s most popular comedians. Her unique comic voice has been delighting critics across the country.
Cam started his journey as a performer at a very young age. By 12 he was performing in his school's production of 'Oliver'. He convincingly played a 70 something year old Jewish man (Fagin) with ease and from there he was hooked.
If the bloke next door suddenly developed a sharp-tongue and a cutting sense of humour, and teamed it up with a laid-back, friendly persona, he’d be a lot like Mick Neven. One of Australia’s busiest comedians, Mick is just as comfortable on-stage at the biggest comedy clubs and corporate functions in the city, and the smallest venues and sporting clubs in the country.
Winner of The ‘MO Achievement of Excellence Award in Live Comedy’ and nominated for this year’s prestigious Hollywood Fringe Festival Award for ‘Best Comedy Show’ Jackie Loeb has maintained her reputation as one of today’s most hilarious and multi talented Stand-Up Comedians.
Greg Fleet is one of Australia's most experienced and popular stand-up comics. As a NIDA trained actor, Fleety made the plunge in 1987, starting out as a sit down comic (too nervous to stand, he says) at the Prince Patrick Hotel in Melbourne.
Mick is one of Australia’s most recognised comedians. An actor, writer and producer, Mick combines the scruffy appeal of a laid-back larrikin and the acid tongue of the world’s toughest critic. This combination has proved successful both in terms of Mick’s box office appeal as a writer/performer and in the accolades he has received within the industry.
The Nelson Twins are one of the most unique stand up comedy acts in the world. Raised in rural New South Wales, they have been performing as a duo for the past 6 years. From their humble beginnings in 2006, the twins have fast become one of the most sort after double acts in Australia, dazzling corporate and club crowds alike with their cheeky humour.
A comedian with a track record of over 12 years, as writer, broadcaster and stand-up comedian, Simon Kennedy is one of the most renowned corporate entertainers in Australia today. Simon is well-known on The Show With No Name which he hosted for five years, and he has also made a name for his performances on Nova 96.9 FM’s Kennedy & Philp.
Marty Fields is a rapid-fire power station of material and one of the genuine big guns on the Australian comedy circuit. His seasoned career on classic Aussie TV shows Hey Hey it's Saturday, Blankety Blanks, and The Battle of the Sexes has made him a famous face and a household name.
Damian Callinan is an award-winning standup comic, TV sketch show performer, broadcaster, actor and writer. He is best known to TV audiences for his roles on Skithouse, Before The Game and Comedy Slapdown as well as being a regular guest on Spicks 'n Specks. He is also a fixture on The Melbourne Comedy Festival Gala and is a regular on 774ABC Melbourne.
Merrick first came to Australia’s attention as part of the Triple J Drive show with Tim Ross as one half of Merrick and Rosso. In 2000 they were the first voices on the NOVA network, launching a new radio brand and coming first in Australia’s toughest radio market – Sydney Breakfast.
Brad Oakes is a popular and versatile performer; a veteran of thousands of shows, television appearances and other media. Despite this list of achievements, he constantly strives to perfect his performances, adding to his extensive repertoire as he goes.
Steve Allison knows how to make people laugh, and as soon as Steve picks up the microphone, it's obvious. He commands attention, and laughter is the best way to get it. With a cool and casual approach, hundreds of thousands of people have enjoyed his clever style of comedy.
Peter Rowsthorn is a high energy, fast paced stand up comedian one minute and a measured character actor the next. A masterful MC of corporate and private functions, he has been performing his slick and blistering stand up for almost two decades.
In February 2010, in a small comedy club in Sydney’s Kings Cross, Dave Eastgate was joined onstage for an impromptu performance by Academy Award Winner Robin Williams, who described Dave’s act as “f*#%ing beautiful”. Indisputably Australian comedy’s most dazzling new talent, Dave Eastgate is an overnight sensation, 14 years in the making.
The fall of Saigon and the plight of its boat people may not sound like the stuff of a stand-up comedy routine, but for Hung Le, a lot of funny things happened on the way to Australia.
Elliot Goblet is one of Australia’s most original and best loved comedians.He has performed all over Australia and in 7 other countries including America, Canada (Montreal Festival), England and New Zealand.
Darren Sanders has been performing original Stand-Up Comedy since 1992, both in Australia and the USA at comedy, sporting and corporate venues. In May 2001 he opened The Laugh Garage Comedy Club in Sydney.
Doug Chappel has been a professional comedian for over 10 years and is an energetic performer with hilarious facial expressions, astute observation and charm. He has toured internationally, been the headline act in every major comedy club in Australia, while also headlining Comedy Clubs all over the UK, Ireland and Scotland.
Sean Woodland began performing stand-up comedy at the age of 40. Since then he has forged his dream career, captivating audiences around Australia and abroad, with his “everyman” appeal always a winning formula. Sean’s material is endearingly relevant as he tells comical truths from his own, varied experiences whilst also drawing on a barrage of observational funnies that are befitting of his irreverent and curious persona. He cleverly dismantles meaningless language, shallow rituals, pretentiousness, tokenism and many other annoyances borne of popular culture.