Some of the Australia’s funniest stand-up comedians coach the School of Hard Knock Knocks comedy courses around Australia. Actually, that’s not entirely true. We also have funny Brits (Jeff Green and Glynn Nicholas), Japanese (Mayumi Nobetsu) and did you know that Greg Fleet is actually an American?! These hilarious comics provide advice, give feedback, and share their comedic journeys. They …
004: Brad Oakes – Stand-up to TV to radio. The many careers of a comedian
Brad is one versatile comedian. He’s notched up stand-up, TV and radio and today coaches top comedians.
003: Samuel See – Be inclusive when insulting your audience.
Performing comedy in Singapore requires keeping up with current affairs and not rocking the boat too much.
002: Tim Ferguson – How abusing audiences in Canberra can lead to stardom
Australian comedian Tim Ferguson has taken his abusive style of comedy from the streets of Canberra to New York and London. He is, of course, one-third of the Doug Anthony All Stars. Back in Australia, and still performing, Tim also teaches comedy writing at the New York University, the Australian Film Radio & Television School, NIDA (National Institute of Dramatic …
001: Ben Horowitz – From punches to punchlines
Comedy has ups and downs, but it’s less violent than boxing.