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Mick Molloy 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 significant box office appeal as a writer/performer and in relation to the accolades he has received within the industry.

Currently co-hosting Network 10’s successful AFL show Before The Game, Mick spreads his talent across all forms of media.
Mick was nominated, alongside his brother Richard, for Best Original Screenplay at the 2002 Australian Film Institute (AFI) Awards for the feature film Crackerjack. In 2003 Mick received extraordinary recognition for his work in Australian film: being named Australian Star of the Year at the 2003 Australian Movie Convention for his acting performances in the films Crackerjack and Bad Eggs.

Mick co-wrote, produced and starred in the feature film BoyTown, released in 2006, and also produced and directed the feature length documentary Tackle Happy in 2000. Most recently, Mick has been seen behind the news desk in his topical comedy series The Nation, which aired for a thirteen-week season on the Nine network in mid 2007.


Adam Vincent started his comedy career in Adelaide back in 1996. After competing in the national final of Triple J’s Raw Comedy, he decided to move to Melbourne. With his goal of becoming a more versatile performer in mind Adam started experimenting with his craft. In 2000 he wrote the play ’Ronny Jr The Illegitimate Son’ and performed it in the Melbourne International Comedy Festival. That same year Adam was national runner up in the semi professional Green Faces comedy competition.

This followed a six month stint as the resident emcee of the original King Of The Ring at Melbourne’s old Comedy Palace. Playing the Son of Ronald MacDonald was a risky change but not as risky as Adam’s next show, Two Comedians:$15, The Chance to throw Tomatoes: Pricele$$. Yes Adam encouraged the audience to throw Tomatoes! Looking for something new Adam joined a local Impro troupe that performed every Sunday night for 5 years.

In 2004 Adam left for the United Kingdom touring up and down England, Scotland and Wales where he honed his craft in front of international audiences, helping him create his universal appeal.

In 2007 he was chosen by America’s NBC to represent Australia in the comedy series Last Comic Standing. He has since been working on his stage show 'Adam Vincent in Adamland' for the 2009 Melbourne International Comedy festival where his is being produced By Adam Hills' new production company Dick The Horse.

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"Think Jerry Seinfeld with a black heart" The Age

“Hilarious. ” Sunday Herald Sun

Adam Rozenbachs is one of Australia’s most sought after comedy writers and stand-up comedians. His darkly funny observations have seen him appear on ABC TVs Spicks and Specks, the Sunday Arts
Program, Mick Molloy’s The Nation on Ch 9, Rove [live] on Ch 10, The Comedy Channel's Stand-Up Australia, radio stations ABC 774, Nova, Triple M, Triple R, Vega and support Dave Hughes and Adam Hills around the nation.

Adam successfully debuted his first solo Melbourne International Comedy Festival show Wrong Way Keep Going in 2007 and followed it up last year with the highly successful Traces of Nut. This year he is
preparing to crack up audiences again with his hilarious brand new stand up show Singledumb.


Stand up comedian and radio host George McEncroe has had an interesting journey. Currently she can be heard on Mix 101.1 FM’s Breakfast Show in Melbourne with Brigitte Duclos and Tom Gleeson.
She has also made guest appearances on radio and television, including ABC TV’s Spicks and Specks, Mick Molloy’s The Nation, The Today Show and The Catch Up on Ch 9, and Tony Martin’s Get This on Triple M. In 2009 she will embark on her first solo show at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, in The Georgina Monologues.

George is a mother of four kids under the age of ten. After juggling kids, work and play, she has plenty of real life experiences to share with her audiences. Her direct manner, quick humour, warmth and approachability have made her an audience favourite.
George boats one of the fullest trophy cabinets in town after winning the Austereo Rising Star award, Brisbane’s Iron Comic award for stand up comedy and a Goldie award for Best On-Air Performance while co-hosting Triple M’s breakfast show The Cage in Brisbane. She was also a finalist in the 2004 Search for a Funny Bone Comedy Knockout and a Victorian finalist for Raw Comedy 2005.

George has written for The Age, The Australian, The Big Issue and sketch comedy shows, The Big Bite and Life Support. She has edited a collection of stories Listening to The Silences: Women and War, and also wrote a chapter about slow trips and excursions with kids in the book The Slow Guide to Melbourne.

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Celia Pacquola burst onto the Melbourne comedy scene in 2006. After only a handful of gigs, but a barrelful of laughs, she was crowned the Raw Recruit, winning the prize for Best First Time Entrant in the prestigious Raw Comedy open mic competition as part of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival.

Celia’s candid and richly funny observations of the universe were lapped up by audiences nationally and noted by critics. As a result she was hand picked in 2007 to perform as part of The Comedy Zone, which features the brightest new comedy talent on the scene.
In 2008 Celia’s Comedy Festival dance card was full; she teamed up with Alison Bice to present the two handed theatrical stand up show, Celia Pacquola in …Hating Alison Bice at Trades Hall, she joined a gaggle of funny ladies at The Forum in Up Front 08, entertained the late night punters at Festival Club and took her funny on the road as part of the Comedy Festival Roadshow.

In 2008 Celia traded in her waitressing career to write for Good News Week, write and perform for The Comedy Hour on ABC radio and broadcast her weekly radio show Red Hot Go on Fox FM. Celia was bound for solo success when she wrote and performed her first solo show at the Melbourne Fringe Festival in October 2008. After three packed out nights and rave reviews Celia was awarded BEST COMEDY SHOW at the Melbourne Fringe for her show Am I Strange?


Glenn Robbins, a graduate of Drama and Media at Melbourne State College, first moved into performing in 1981. As a stand‐up comedian, he enjoyed performing at popular comedy venues in Melbourne and Sydney. Audiences warmed to his naturally dry sense of humour and style.

The move into television was a natural progression for Glenn. He became well‐known as a performer/writer for a number of television’s top rating comedy sketch shows including: ‘THE COMEDY COMPANY’ (Network Ten), ‘FAST FORWARD’, ‘FULL FRONTAL’ and ‘JIMEOIN’ (all 7 Network). While he performed a good many characters throughout these shows, Glenn’s most prominent and notable would be that of Uncle Arthur.

2002 saw Glenn, a.k.a. Kel Knight, alongside Jane Turner and Gina Riley, in the AFI award winning comedy “KATH & KIM” (ABC TV). So enormously successful is Kath & Kim, that a further 2nd and 3rd series were produced for TV during 2003/2004 and, as it gathers international recognition, particularly in Britain.

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