Trevor Crook resides between Australia and the UK, and is one of Australia’s most successful comics in the UK.
Trevor began his career at the Sydney Comedy Store in 1991, he received his first booking in just two months, his first television performance in six and capped off that first year by winning the Sydney Comic of the Year competition.
Within 18 months he was headlining regularly at the Comedy Store and touring with the likes of Jimeoin, Ben Elton and David Strassman. His television career also blossomed, performing on shows like The
Midday Show, Tonight Live, and Hey Hey Saturday. After an acclaimed visit to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 1996, Trevor began working extensively in England and Europe. He is the first Australian comic to have performed in the arctic circle, and has performed in France, Holland, Scandinavia, Hong Kong and China.
His UK TV Credits include Live at Jongleurs ( four series), the Stand Up Show (BBC1) and amongst his radio credits is Stand Up Two for BBC Radio 2.
What they say about Trevor:
“Was that you getting all those laughs” – Ben Elton
“My all time favourite funny man!, Superb totally unique” – Rick Wakeman
“Shines Like A Diamond” – Edinburgh Evening News
“One of those once in a lifetime finds” – London Evening Standard
With Cameron Duggan
Cameron first ventured into the world of stand-up comedy in 2010 and has been performing ever since. His act, a mixture of observations and sarcasm, has kept hoards of people chuckling in a variety of different pubs and clubs throughout Australia.
And Adam Richard A standup comedian since 1997, Adam has performed all over Australia, Britain and the USA.
He began his gossip queen career as Triple J’s Mister Bitch (2002/3) and spent a decade as The Fabulous Adam Richard, part of Melbourne’s Number 1 FM breakfast team, the Matt and Jo Show on 101.9 The Fox.
In 2014 Adam became a team captain with Ella Hooper on the all-new Spicks and Specks hosted by Josh Earl on ABC TV. Adam has appeared as a guest on such embarrassing ventures as Celebrity Dog School, Celebrity Splash, Hole in the Wall (what is it with all the swimming pools?), and The Footy Show. He has also appeared in more classy fare, like Can of Worms, Chelsea Lately, Rove and Tractor Monkeys.
He is the co-writer and co-star of the 2012 ABC TV comedy series Outland, about a group of gay science fiction fans, and a producer and presenter of podcasts The Shelf (with Justin Hamilton) and The Poofcast (with Scott Brennan and Toby Sullivan, aka Talking Poofy).
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