He’s embarking on a national tour, but the comedian also has his sights set on reality TV
Tell us about the comedy festival show you’ve got coming up...
I’m hitting the nation, getting around to as many capital cities I can, starting out at Adelaide, with Perth, Sydney and Melbourne following. Just doing my thing basically and trying to be funny. The show is called Hairy because I’ve been getting a lot of comments about my hair lately. I’ve been growing it so people are telling me to get a haircut.
You've had quite a lot going on the past few years, so you must have a lot of material for the show...
No, it’s not just about the hair – it’s about my life and making my way through Australian entertainment. Anything that goes wrong in your life, you tend to put that on stage.
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April 8 2019