Garry-Who-LargeAnother triple headline bill at Happy Endings – good times.

Garry Who– Nearly any age group of comedy lovers knows this bloke! Another one of the best veteran comedians on the circuit, who was around when The Original Sydney Comedy Store was first opened! Most of you remember him as “Dougy” from TV’s “All Together Now”, but once you see him live, you’ll never forget that! He’s that good!!

GARRY WHO began his career as one of the original pioneers of the infamous Australian “Sydney Comedy Store”. He has been no stranger to television, resident comedian on the Midday show with Ray Martin for two years.

Hosted and wrote his own segments in the light hearted national magazine show “Just for the Record” on Channel Ten. Starred along side Jon English & Rebecca Gibney in the hit Channel Nine National sitcom “Altogether Now”. Wrote & performed his own segments on the award winning ABC adult literacy series “The Reading Writing Road Show” that is still being shown all around the world. In 1987 his debut Comedy album “Life’s Just a Routine” was nominated for an ARIA Award for best Comedy album.

He consistently touring and is in high demand for corporate work and live venues around the country. Television: Water Rats – G.P. – Today show – Mike Walsh – Fat Pizza – Kerri Anne – Burt Newton – The Footy Show. Movies: Fair Game – Emoh Ruo – Dead End Drive In – Heat Wave – Close Contact – You Can’t Stop The Murders. And in 2011 on the SBS comedy Housos

With Bruce Griffiths-His writing credits are astonishing, “The Glass House”, “Good News Week”, “Enough Rope With Andrew Denton”, “Club Veg”, the “Doug Mulray Breakfast Program” material for fellow Comic Of The Year winners The Umbilical Brothers’. For Jason Alexander he co-wrote the former “Seinfeld” star’s sell-out “Comedy Christmas”. The credit list goes on and on. But live, Bruce is a one liner genius that has to be seen to be believed. DO NOT MISS HIM!

Jacques Barrett – Sold out performances at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Adelaide Fringe and at the top of in demand comedians in Australia.. “The bastard child of a really good comedian and another really good comedian.” Dave Callan””Pretty damn impressive. ****” Time Out Sydney