Winner of all of the awards (NZICF Billy T Award, Fred Award, NZCG Best Male Comedian & Best MC), Ben Hurley has been smashing comedy out of the park since a long time ago.

Born in Taranaki, Ben cut his comedy chops in Wellington before making the move to London where he honed his craft to the fine tuned beast we now see.

As Head Writer for 7Days, Ben is also a regular panelist on the show and has appeared on numerous TV shows including theComedy Gala, AotearoHA and Would I Lie To You. he has hosted the New Zealand Music Awards, his own show alongside Steve Wrigley, World Famous with Ben & Steve and most recently TV3’s stand up comedy show After Hours.

With Cameron Duggan, a mixture of observations and sarcasm that have kept hoards of people chuckling across a variety of different pubs and clubs throughout Brisbane and the Gold Coast.

Audiences relate to Cameron’s comedy, and some of which have been so pleased, that they have even gone so far as to say, “good job, mate”, on completion of his set.
“Good job, mate.” –Audience member
“Cameron is a handsome and funny lad.” –Cameron’s mum.

And Mark Trenwith – Mark is odd. This is why he got into comedy. The 2010 Adelaide People’s choice and 2010 Adelaide Comedian of the year Mark Trenwith is physical, colourful style that is “more animated than Mickey Mouse” (Rip it Up) has seen him earn parts in many Australian film and TV projects including “Peaches” starring Hugo Weaving and a major role in ABCTV’s “Being Me.”Mark Trenwith