Lawrence Mooney is a stand-up comedian widely regarded by fans and peers as one of the funniest of the funniest.
Areas of speciality include Comedians for Hire. His brutally honest and hilarious insights have earned him Best Show Sydney Comedy Festival 2015 and a Barry Award Nomination for Best Show at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2015.
Starting out in cabaret as part of Newcastle's Castanet Club, Mikey Robins made the transition to radio and television to become one of Australia's best-loved, intelligent and in-demand entertainers on the strength of clever observations, quick one-liners and brilliant, biting banter. Areas of speciality include Comedians for Hire. Mikey spent seven years behind the microphone as the host of Triple J’s national breakfast show before becoming a team leader and audience favourite on high rating Good News Week and its various franchises.
Paul McDermott has been at the forefront of the Australian entertainment industry since the Doug Anthony All Stars stormed to national and international success in the late 1980's. Most recently he has fronted the return of the iconic Good News Week program on Network Ten. This exciting new take on a perennial favourite has proven to be a huge hit, grabbing around a million viewers a week and topping the list in younger demographics. Areas of speciality include Comedians for Hire. Paul McDermott is without doubt one of the most successful and popular performing artists Australia has ever produced. His undisputed talents as an event host, comedian, debate participant or moderator and musical performer make him a unique and valuable component of any corporate event or function.
Ross Noble is now perhaps the most successful cult comedian of our time, with a loyal fan-base derived largely from the word-of-mouth recommendations of those having seen him perform live. Areas of speciality include Comedians for Hire. Geordie stand-up Ross has been performing since he was smuggled into his local comedy club at the age of fifteen. Licensing laws meant that immediately after his slot he had to leave through the kitchen – but he has never looked back.
Sam Mac is a clever, quick witted media performer who has developed his own unique presenting style that works a treat on TV, radio and the digital space. Areas of speciality include Comedians for Hire. In 2014, Sam was co-host of The Thursday Night Sports Show live on Channel One with Mel McLaughlin. He’s also a regular on Network Ten’s The Project and injected his own flavour to the 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth Games coverage for Network Ten. Sam is one half of Comedy Football Team ‘The B-League’ and is also a member of the extended family on Nova’s Fitzy & Wippa show.
Cal Wilson is a Kiwi comedian who makes a lot of Australians laugh! 2010 was certainly an exciting year starting with her role as host of ABCs new television series Sleuth 101. This was a brand new format, a whodunit game show with a comic twist. Areas of speciality include Comedians for Hire. Spending the first few months of 2010 on breakfast radio also added to her hectic schedule. Cal quickly jumped back into radio, filling in on Vega breakfast with Ian Dicko Dickinson. Having co-hosted mornings on Nova 100 with Dylan Lewis in 2009 and The Wrong Way Home with Akmal and Cal nationally in 2007-08, Cal is one of the most well rounded media talents in the country.
Tahir is one of Australias busiest comedians. He has been a feature in all comedy venues around the country and had numerous television appearances. Areas of speciality include Comedians for Hire. Tahir was named Comedian of the Year and has even been Logie nominated. He has worked for the whos who of the industry and has been booked for countless private and corporate functions. He is a regular at major Comedy Festivals, on panel shows, television debates and even Celebrity Theatre Sports.
Tim Ferguson is one of Australia's most accomplished performers and writers. Tim has more than twenty international festivals and a dozen television series under his belt. Areas of speciality include Comedians for Hire. Tim has been a regular guest on ABC TVs The Glasshouse and The Einstein Factor. In 2003 Tim was the host of Network Tens Big Brother – Insider show and also hosted the drive program on Radio 3AK.
The third daughter of a bubble-wrap addicted mother and a father who enjoys customising Econovans just for fun, Chrissie Swan first entered Australia's conscious in 2003 as Australia's first female runner-up in Network Ten's Big Brother. Areas of speciality include Comedians for Hire. Taking up an opportunity to become a breakfast radio announcer on the Sunshine Coast, Chrissie relocated herself and her coffee machine up to Maroochydore and set her recurring alarm for 4am. Her work as a breakfast radio announcer saw her be nominated for Best Newcomer On-Air at The Australian Commercial Radio Awards in 2004, and won Best On-Air Team in 2005.
Ciel is recognised as one of the hottest female comics to have emerged from Sydney’s comedy scene and her career trajectory has firmly established her versatility in writing, presenting and performing. Areas of speciality include Comedians for Hire. From her stand-up comedy beginnings Ciel was rapidly employed as a key writer for the Nine Network’s Australia’s Funniest Home Videos from 2001-2005, a position she enjoyed and which enabled her to refine her TV writing skills. This led to Ciel securing a key hosting position with Australia’s largest broadcaster Southern Cross Austereo on Sea FM Central Coast Radio’s Breakfast Show for eight years. As Breakfast Host for this market leading show, Ciel wrote and presented celebrity gossip, general social commentary and show content, comedy sketches, song parodies, social media – generating fresh, topical content on a daily basis for almost a decade.