Truly a world class performer! Appearing on “Rove”, “The Footy Show” (both NRL and AFL), The Comedy Channel amongst many other TV shows. His twisted and bent style of comedy will definitely make you think and see things differently, a Comedy Night in Sydney you won’t forget!

After a white-bred, middle class upbringing, Chris turned out an arty-trendy sort of try hard, and a magnet for dominant women. A product of his environment, Chris lives a life of weird repetitions with no time for rational thought.

His sharp-witted and daringly clever act has seen him perform with many comic greats such as Vince Sorrenti, Bruno Lucia, Jeff Green (UK), John Maloney (UK), Mark Mayer (UK), Arj Barker (USA) and Stevie Starr – The Regurgitator.

In 1998 he won the title of The Comedian of the Year at the famous Harold Park Hotel in Sydney, past winners include the Umbilical Brothers, Flacco, Carl Barron and Kenny Graham. Chris was also successful in taking out the Grand Final for the 1999 Triple J Raw Comedy Competition, in Melbourne, which earned him a trip to Edinburgh Comedy Festival.

Chris is a regular headline act at some of the world’s most prestigious comedy venues including Melbourne’s Comedy Club “The Classic” in Auckland and Jongluers in the UK. He also regularly headlines in Singapore, Jakarta, Malaysia and Hong Kong – a testament to his cultural diversity.
Sharp witted and daringly clever, Chris’ fresh brand of comedy is guaranteed to bring any audience undone. From

• Triple J Raw Comedy Winner (Queensland Final) 1999
• Triple J Raw Comedy Winner (Australia Final) 1999
• Harold Park Sydney – Comic of the year 1998

They Say:
• Chris’ rapid fire wit and rapier delivery has audiences begging for mercy”
… Brisbane News
• “Excellent, must see!”
… Courier Mail
• “Chris has more character than a Disney movie”
… Time Off Magazine

Supported by Dave Smiedt – Described by Adam Hills, host of “Spicks and Specks” as “a living breathing joke machine”, David is a regular on “Mornings With Kerri-Ann” and has appeared on “Stand Up Australia”, he is the author of six humorous books and writes for a wide range of magazines and supported Joan Rivers, Mark Watson and Martin Short on their Australian tours. If that’s not enough he is from South Africa and is funny!!!

And Amelia Jane Hunter – Originally from Darwin, Amelia’s unique brand of energy filled character comedy provides hilarious insights into the wicked and wily workings of a well bred, lateral thinking mind. Amelia was a contributing comedy writer on ABC’s The Glasshouse, performed on the Comedy Channels Stand up Australia and was recently a team captain on the SBS sports comedy quiz The Squiz. 2008 Melbourne International Comedy Festival “Moosehead Award” – ‘Meat the Musical’
• ‘Brave and brilliant’ – Three Weeks, Edinburgh
• ‘Roadhouse is a triumph!’ – Chortle UK
• ‘Intelligent, caustic and very, very brave…a one woman Tour de Force!’ – The Scotsman
• ‘Brilliantly portrayed and utterly hilarious’ – The Pun
‘She makes me laugh so much it hurts.’ – Megan Spencer (Triple J)