039: Josh Earl – From Tassie to television

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Josh Earl knows first hand the roller coaster ride that is comedy. Serendipitously launching his stand-up comedy career with Rod Quantock in Tasmania, Josh moved to Melbourne, where he had a regular comedy spot on 3RRR radio, while building his stand-up comedy career. Solo shows at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, and other comedy festivals around the country, led to a huge spot – hosting the reboot of Spicks and Specks, which was formerly hosted by Adam Hills.

In this School of Hard Knock Knocks podcast episode, Josh talks about life after Spicks and Specks, doing comedy for kids, and his own podcast, “Don’t you know who I am?” Plus, if you’re entering Raw Comedy, Josh provides some valuable insights, from a former judges perspective.

And if you’re enjoying these podcasts, and would like to become part of a comedy community, we’ve launched our School of Hard Knock Knocks Podcast Community group on Facebook. It’s absolutely free to join and full of advice.

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