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Comedians, MC's and Speakers

The Comedians, MC's and Speakers listed on the following pages are well suited to corporate events and are some of the best entertainers around. If you would like to make a booking, please note the names of the acts you are most interested in and either email us via contact us or call us on (03) 9520 9109

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They have faced off against George Negus, played charades with Harry Shearer, have multi-platinum, award winning DVDs, supported Take That just before Robbie up and left and N'Sync just before JT left (if you'd like Human Nature to break up just give them a call), performed for the Queen at the Royal Variety Performance, served a ball into Pat Rafter's backside in front of thousands, appeared on Jay Leno with their second biggest US fan Robin Williams and are regularly stalked by American and Australian women after the success of their kids TV show 'The Upside Down Show' and sold out their debut season at the famous Tipi in Berlin.


With over twenty years experience performing to crowds all over the world, Julia Morris is one of Australia’s most successful and polished comedy exports and has shared the stage with comedy royalty including Richard Pryor, Jason Alexander, Whoopi Goldberg, Jerry Lewis and Robin Williams.

Julia has been a regular face on Australian television since her debut on New Faces in 1985 and by 1995 she was a household name, hosting or starring in popular shows including Full Frontal, In Melbourne Tonight and Beauty and the Beast.


Matthew Hardy is a Melbourne-based comedian and comedy writer who was the first Australian to cement himself full-time on the UK live circuit. A regular at many international stand-up comedy events, he is renowned for his sly, sarcastic one-liners.

Matt’s TV credits include hosting two series of The Big Schmooze, Foxtel's only Tonight Show on The Comedy Channel and appearing as a panelist/roving reporter on ABC-TV's The Fat. He was part of the UK The Sketch Show writing team, and subsequently for Kelsey Grammer's sketch series on FOX in the US. 


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Tom Gleeson is one of Australia's favourite comedians. Besides his many TV appearances, he’s been nominated for a Helpmann Award twice and won the Piece of Wood Comedian’s Choice Award in the Melbourne International Comedy Festival.   He has performed several times at all three major comedy festivals in Melbourne, Edinburgh and Montreal, as well as the invite-only Kilkenny Comedy Festival in Ireland.  Oh yeah, and the biggest stand up on the planet Louis CK chose Tom to be his support act for his Australian tour.


Nick Cody is quickly becoming one of the funniest young comedians in the country. He has already supported some of the biggest names in stand-up and has had two sold-out seasons at the Melbourne Comedy Festival with his full-length, solo shows Lust Actually and It’s Not You, It’s Her. 

Nicks brand of stand-up is a unique combination of edgy, thought-provoking material that ranges from brutally honest and uninhibited storytelling to rapid-fire and hilarious social commentary.


When Alice Springs mother of five Fiona O’Loughlin started doing stand-up later in life than most comics, her hilarious stories of housewifery and motherhood were an immediate hit. Her first festival show, for example – Fiona And Her Sister (And Some Weird Guy) earned her the Best Newcomer Award at the 2001 Melbourne International Comedy Festival (MICF). She’s been enjoying sell-out seasons on the festival circuit ever since. In 2006 she took home the Piece of Wood, an MICF award for funniest show as voted for by other comics. In 2007 and 2008 she was nominated for the MICF’s Barry Award for Best Show.

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The troupe started performing together at The Comic’s Lounge one Sunday evening during the 2001 Melbourne International Comedy Festival, with no name and no real idea as to what they were going to do. However, they soon realised they had something special - and so did their audiences, which steadily grew as word Impro Sundae got around. Impro Sundae is now the longest-running and most successful weekly improv comedy night in Australia, dazzling thousands of punters since its inception.


Justin Hamilton has carved out an incredibly successful career as a stand up comedian and writer while maintaining his unique voice within the Australian Comedy scene. He has many years of experience in Australia and overseas: including performing at the Sit'n'Spin in Seattle and the prestigious Gershwin Room in New York. 
Justin has featured in shows at the Adelaide Fringe Festival and Melbourne Comedy Festival, as a weekly guest on Triple J’s Drive, and has also appeared on The Glass House. His good natured, high-energy ranting has made him a favourite in his home town and the rest of Australia is catching on fast.


Garry began his career as one of the original pioneers of the infamous Australian "Sydney Comedy Store". He has been no stranger to television, resident comedian on the Midday show with Ray Martin for two years. Hosted and wrote his own segments in the light hearted national magazine show "Just for the Record" on Channel Ten. Starred along side Jon English & Rebecca Gibney in the hit Channel Nine National sitcom "Altogether Now". Wrote & performed his own segments on the award winning ABC adult literacy series "The Reading Writing Road Show" that is still being shown all around the world. In 1987 his debut Comedy album "Life's Just a Routine" was nominated for an ARIA Award for best Comedy album. 

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