Paul Livingston is best known for his comic creation Flacco whose many television credits include: Good News Week, GNW Nite Lite, two Sandman and Flacco specials for the Ten Network; Good News Weekend, The Big Gig, DAAS Kapital, Money or the Gun, The Fat and The Sideshow for the ABC, and was a regular on the Triple J Breakfast program from 1994-97. Areas of speciality include Comedians for Hire. Flacco has toured extensively in Australia and internationally with regular appearances at festivals in Edinburgh and Montreal. In 2005, Paul starred in the hit stage show Bingo in Siberia with the Sandman and the Non-Seekers which had sell-out seasons at the Sydney Cracker Comedy Festival and Melbourne International Comedy Festival. The show had further seasons at the Sydney Opera House, 2004 and 2005 Adelaide Cabaret Festival.
Donald Mackee is a unique multi-talented performer who is an expert in Fun Facilitation of events and conferences. Areas of speciality include Comedians for Hire. As a successful MC Comedian, Actor, Writer and Entertainment Producer with over 20 years full time professional experience, and having done live performances to over one million people, Donald is able to guarantee results with impact, using high-energy performances which over flow with entertainment and laughter.
Matt Okine is a triple threat. The multi talented comedian, actor/presenter and musician began his career by becoming a national triple J RAW finalist in 2004, at the age of 18, after only 3 previous gigs (those being the preliminary stages of the competition!). Areas of speciality include Comedians for Hire. Since then he has gone on to win multiple awards for his stand up comedy, toured the world and appeared on countless television shows and is currently the co-host of Australian national radio station, triple J. 2012 proved to be a breakthrough year for Matt – His debut stand up show Being Black N Chicken N Sh*t had a sell-out season at the Brisbane Comedy Festival, was nominated for, and won, the Melbourne International Comedy Festival’s award for “Best Newcomer” award, and had a highly-acclaimed season at the prestigious Soho Theatre in London’s West End.
Steven Bradbury was the first Australian to win a gold medal in the 2002 Winter Olympics after winning the 1000m short track speed skating event, and was also a part of the short track relay team who won a bronze medal in 1994. Areas of speciality include Comedians for Hire. His career was forged by his perseverance and determination to succeed, and Steven uses that same mindset as a motivational speaker. He doesn’t like to use the term motivational speaker, as he believes it sounds “un-Australian”, instead preferring to call himself a real life speaker. Steven speaks from the heart using his real life experiences of injury, willpower and achievements to motivate and inspire others.