Seen regularly on the Channel 7 Morning show, Simon Kennedy is one of Australia’s best stand-up comedians and voice artists. He’s an intelligent, insightful and a versatile entertainer. He also authored the best-selling book 9/11 AND THE ART OF HAPPINESS.
As a broadcaster, he hosted “The Show With No Name” and “Kennedy & Philp” on Nova 96.9FM and has countless other credits.
Simon has lent his voice to many leading brands, TV shows and has featured as characters in award-winning animated productions both in Australia and overseas.
Sam began performing standup comedy at the famous (at the time) Harold Park Hotel when he was 16, getting his first paid gig at 17. He has since been runner-up in the Raw Comedy National Final, nominated for Best Emerging Comic at the Adelaide Fringe, and for both Best Newcomer and the Piece of Wood Awards at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival. Luckily, he’s never actually won anything, so this mild success never went to his head.
He has supported the likes of Wil Anderson, Dave Hughes, and Arj Barker amongst others, and appeared often on TV, radio and in comedy festival shows around the country.
Sam’s television writing credits include the popular children’s sketch show ‘You’re Skitting Me’, as well as ‘The Big Bite’, ‘The Mansion’ and ‘The Ronnie Johns Half Hour’. He was a contributing writer and performer on ‘Stand-up! Australia’, and a staff writer on ‘Rove’.
“****- undeniably funny.’”
“He makes it easy to laugh… an immensely likeable boyishness.”
“His jokes are like ninjas quietly sneaking up on you”
Internationally renowned stand up comedian Steve Hughes tells it like it is – confronting, alarming and always hilarious. The convict wizard with worldly insights into the bleeding obvious comes armed with more issues than an occupy movement.
The inimitable ex-heavy metal drummer has been burning up the international circuit for the past 10 years, he has toured throughout Europe, Australia, USA, Canada & New Zealand to rave reviews and mutinous laughter.
After storming stages at prestigious invite-only festivals and selling out his solo tours worldwide, Steve returned to Australia in 2014 with a new show “While It’s Still Legal” which sold out at comedy festivals across the land.