Comedian Greg Fleet is Australia’s bad boy of comedy. On stage and off, ‘Fleety’ has made a name for himself for pushing the boundaries and living life to its fullest. TV, movies, theatre, breakfast radio, and twenty-nine Melbourne International Comedy Festival shows later, it’s hard to imagine how Greg had time for his now infamous drug addiction. But he did, because Greg Fleet is no ordinary comedian. Some might argue that in a sick way this curse made him even funnier. Coincidentally, ‘sick comedy’ also happens to be one of his fortes, as you’ll learn from this episode.
We know you’ll enjoy this in depth School of Hard Knock Knocks podcast interview with the NIDA qualified, Daphne killing, zombie hunting, accidental comedian, known as Greg Fleet.
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