Jackie Loeb, Michael Chamberlin, Wil Anderson & David Quirk
Jackie Loeb has worked extensively as a comedian, vocalist and actor. Jackie blends stand-up comedy with music and has appeared in festivals all over the world and headlining at venues across Australia and the UK.
Jackie was a cast member and writer on Full Frontal and has been seen on Stand-Up Australia, The World Stands Up (UK), Beauty and The Beast and lots of short films that Jackie has written, directed and produced.
“…her inventive comic mind purring like a well-tuned engine.”
– The Melbourne Age
Michael has been a cast member and writer for Ten Network’s popular sketch comedy series skitHOUSE, been seen on Rove Live (Ten Network), Spicks & Specks (ABC TV), Stand Up (ABC TV), had a weekly comedy segment on Today (Nine Network) and, best of all, made Bert laugh on Good Morning Australia (Ten Network).
2008 brought with it a new TV show, with Michael creating The Mansion, a fictional news show for The Comedy Channel, with fellow comedian Charlie Pickering.
Handy with a pen, Michael has also spent a number of years as a core writer for both Rove and Before the Game on Network Ten.
“entertaining, intelligent and witty.”
-The Adelaide Advertiser
“A thoroughly endearing and funny storyteller…”
You may know Wil as the former host of ABC’s The Glass House, the co-host of the breakfast show on Triple J, or drive show on Triple M. He wrote the popular Sunday Roast column in the Sunday magazine for six years, and is the author of two books Survival of the Dumbest and Friendly Fire. He has also released a stand-up DVD called Wilosophy.
2010 was a pretty big year for Wil Anderson. His Helpmann Award-winning show Wilful Misconduct played to sell-out audiences right across Australia and New Zealand, was nominated for best show, and won the People’s Choice, at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival. The third season of his AFI-award winning show The Gruen Transfer was the ABC’s highest rating regular series, and the spin-off election specials Gruen Nation were the highest rating shows on the network since Kath and Kim in 2003. Wil was also nominated for a Gold Logie for Most Popular Personality on Australian television, and was named GQ Magazine’s Media Personality of the Year at their annual Man Of The Year awards.
Wil also spent part of the year doing shows in the USA, including regular appearances on Chelsea Lately and headlining the world famous Hollywood Improv.
“Hilarious, warm and surprisingly rude.”
-The Sun-Herald 2010.
“Anderson is a smart arse, but he’s a very talented smart arse.”
-The Herald-Sun 2010.