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His debut in the 2010 Melbourne International Comedy Festival was in the sell-out show called Capital Punishment. The show featured five acts from the ACT. He returned to the 2011 festival after being selected in The Comedy Zone, which is a show featuring 5 new faces in Australian Comedy hand picked by the festival organisers.

In 2012 he performed his debut solo show “Likeable Enough” at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival. Daniel returned to the MICF in 2013 as well debuting at Adelaide Fringe and the Canberra Comedy Festival with his second solo show “Mr Personality 1988″.

In 2014 Daniel is taking his new show “Dodgem Car Saviour” to Perth Fringe, Adelaide Fringe, Canberra Comedy Festival and the Melbourne International Comedy Festival.

Daniel has performed with comedians such as Jimeoin, Glenn Robbins, Jeff Green, Denise Scott,  Adam Hills and Dave O’Neil. If you would like to book Daniel for a corporate event he can be contacted via the contact section on this website.

“Definitely keep an eye on this comic” HERALD SUN
“After an hour in his company you’re chilled out and smiling. Damned if I know how he does it. One to watch”. THE AGE
“Connell’s stand-up was sharp and accessible” HERALD SUN
“You’ll never look at a milkshake the same way again” THE PUN


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.

Since 1991 the Umbilical Brothers have delighted fans around the world, as they twist theatrical rules and everyday situations into comedy triumph. Time Out NY called them 'Australias hottest export since Vegemite'.


The Scaredies are John Fleming and Rusty Berther – exceptional musicians, singers, composers and comedians. Their clever and witty parodies and versatile style make them one of Australia’s most sought after acts.

Formed in Melbourne in 1990 the SWLG's burst on to the live comedy scene in a frenzy of harmony, hilarity and broken guitar strings. John and Rusty spent two years in Australia’s' top a Capella group "The Phones”, then decided to turn their song writing and vocal talents to inane songs.


Many people recognise Tom from his performance on the "FHM Australia’s Funniest Man D.V.D".

Tom has become one of Melbourne’s top young comics and has performed on Foxtel’s "Stand up Australia". Tom has a unique style of comedy that has made him a crowd favourite at pubs, clubs and corporate functions all over Australia.

He has worked as a comedy writer on many T.V programs, the most recent of these being Channel Nines Aussie Rules Footy Show. His skill as a writer become obvious as the crowd gets hit with punchline after punchline that no one sees coming.

He has performed as a stand up comic all over Australia, at all the big clubs with all the big names. Tom can provide a performance that is guaranteed to add laughter to any function and make it a memorable night for all attending.

Tom wears a size 8.5 sports shoe (U.S size).



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