Sardonic, unique, and downright weird – Gen Fricker is a young star on the national comedy circuit. With her unique blend of sassy stand up and dark musical experimentation, Gen delivers with a butter-wouldn’t-melt-in-her-mouth smile.
Since making her comedy debut in 2011, Fricker has sold out seasons of solo shows at the Melbourne, Perth and Sydney Comedy Festivals, as well as appearing at the Just For Laughs Comedy Festival and Splendour in The Grass.
In 2014, Fricker opened nationally for US comic Reggie Watts on his 2014 Hello Humans tour.
In addition to stand up, Fricker has appeared on Dirty Laundry Live, Legally Brown, was a columnist for the Sydney Morning Herald, worked as a writer/performer on ABC 2’s The Roast [Season 2] and Triple J’s Chatback with Tom Ballard, and currently co-hosts Weekend Arvos on Triple J.
“Gen Fricker is a genius”
– Herald Sun
– Daily Telegraph
– The Age
Nikki has spent the last year touring the country with the Melbourne Comedy Festival Roadshow, and launching the explosively successful one woman comedy, 51 Shades of Maggie Muff. As well as appearing on Wake Up (Channel 10), the Sydney Comedy Festival Opening Gala and at some of the country’s greatest comedy establishments, including the Sydney Opera House.
As well as pursuing acting and comedy, Nikki has a long history in Children’s Entertainment and has been Captain Starlight with the Starlight Children’s Foundation for the last 6 years. She also had a brief stint as Dorothy the Dinosaur, however, it is a chapter both Nikki and the gentlemen in the turtlenecks would rather forget…
“a breathlessly energetic force-of-nature performance”
“a stellar combination of pathos, silliness and observational humour”