Since 1989, Judith Lucy is one of Australia’s most popular comedians. She first sprang to national prominence in 1993 as part of the cast of ABC TV’s, The Late Show, and her continued work in radio, television, film and live stand-up has cemented Judith as a household name. Her sharply observed and honest personal monologues is what sets Judith apart.
Judith has also spent time contributing features and columns for the likes of The Age, The Sydney Morning Herald and Madison Magazine. Her book ‘The Lucy Family Alphabet’ about her nutty Irish parents garnered countless reviews, as well as topping bestseller lists in 2008.
“Has to be seen to be believed”
“absolutely A grade”