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Matt Elsbury tours the country working as an MC and headline performer at comedy venues Australia-wide. A six-time veteran of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Matt has appeared on the ABC, Foxtel's Comedy Channel and the Austereo radio network around Australia. He touches on a wide range of subjects including sport, travel, family and particularly music and the pop charts, in a way that shows him to be "…fiercely intelligent without being smart-arsey" (Beat Magazine). A skilled Master of Ceremonies and talented comedian, Matt adds a touch of smart yet accessible mirth to any event.



After bagging every comedy award in town, including the Sydney Comedian of the Year, and appearing on every television show featuring comedians including Rove Live and The Footy Show, Anh Do finally realized his regular gigs at Rooty Hill bikers club would one day get him killed. Since then, Anh has turned his hand to acting, film producing and writing.

Anh Do’s numerous awards and nominations include: Winner, Sydney Comedian of the Year (1999); Winner, National Green Faces Comedy Competition (2000); Winner, NSW Triple J Raw Comedy Competition (1999); Winner, Independent Spirit Award 2004 IF Awards; Nominee, Best Screenplay 2004 AFI Awards.



is one of Australia's most accomplished comic performers and writers. He has more than twenty international festivals and twenty television series, in Australia and the UK, under his belt.
Currently hosting his fourth series of Unreal TV for Network Ten, Tim began his career touring the world for a decade with musical comedy trio The Doug Anthony Allstars (DAAS). He then hosted the Nine Network's Don't Forget Your Toothbrush and starred as Frankenfurter in the 1998 Paul Dainty production of Rocky Horror Show. Tim is currently producing Shock Jock, a comedy drama based on his concept for TV1 on Foxtel. It is the first ever 13 week, half-hour drama series for Australian cable. Tim's company, Mockingbird Productions, works in corporate and promotional events with Australia's largest corporations.
A writer and performer, his experience in television, music, literature, film and radio makes him versatile to say the least. A regular columnist in The Age newspaper, Tim recently published a political satire novel LEFT, RIGHT AND CENTRE (Penguin). A series of the book is planned for 2001.



Wil Anderson hung up the headphones at the end of 2004 and hit the road in a big way in 2005. After five years on Triple J breakfast Wil decided to see what it felt like to not get up before the birds.

He hasn't left all of his media commitments behind. He continues to host The Glass House with Dave Hughes and Corinne Grant on ABC-TV and writes a weekly column for The Sunday Magazine - the most widely read magazine in the country.
But the focus for 2005 was stand-up, undertaking the year's biggest stand-up tour playing theatres in 29 towns and cities across a five month period. A similarly huge tour will unfold in the first half of 2006. Wil's stand up is a densely written, high-speed ride though one of the most wonderful comedic imaginations in the country. Politics, pop and the banal come together in a Wil Anderson routine, always delivered with more conviction and enthusiasm than any man's vocal chords can take.

"His best ever show round these parts...a riot for those in attendance" Adelaide Advertiser

"If you ever have the chance, go and see Wil Anderson live. I could have sat there all night if laughing so hard didn't hurt so much..." City News



Dave O'Neil is one of Australia's most popular live comics. Through his eleven years on the Australian scene, he has done shows in ten Melbourne Comedy Festivals and worked around Australia in all the top comedy venues.
His 2000 Comedy Festival show 'Unfit for Life' was in the top ten box office grossing hits of the entire festival.
Dave has also appeared on Rove Live, The ABC's panel show The Fat and performed in one of the Good News Week Debates. "O'Neil is a stand out stand up comedian" The Age..



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 (he was too nervous to stand) at the Prince Patrick Hotel in Melbourne.
Since then he has made a name for himself as a consummate performer and writer who merges theatricality and comedy in a way that has put him at the forefront of his craft internationally



Tim Smith – Tim Smith has recently returned to breakfast radio this year to join Tracy Bartram on MIX 101FM to co-host ‘Tracy & Tim for Breakfast’.  Tim has over the past twelve years been involved in some of the country’s most successful radio shows on Triple M network, including “The Richard Stubbs Breakfast Show”, “Timbo & Bedder’s”, “The Cage” “The Dead Set Legends”.  Tim’s vitality and reliability to please any crowd, any time, led him to being one of the original creative forces behind Channel Ten's legendary "Comedy Company", the television show which more than any other raised mass public awareness of new wave comedy.  Tim’s stand up routine is powerful and FUNNY!

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