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Melbourne International Comedy Festival

Currently Performing the Voice Of ‘Rusty’ the Dog for Home Hardware’s TV Commercials (He’s The Dark Brown One).
Also Performing Stand-Up as well as:
-writing and producing a Comedy DVD
-a Novel (chapters)
-a Coffee table book. (excerpts)
Featured at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival with his show "An Astrayun Idle". (video)

2005-2004: Breakfast Radio Announcer/Writer/Character Performer.
Performed the Comedy Character, Nostradamus, for a Mitsubishi Car TV Commercial.
Performed the Comical 100% Presenter for a Radiant XL Laundry Detergent TV Commercial.

K-Rock
The Cast of Totally Full Frontal

Comedy Sketch/Character Writer/Performer for Channel Ten’s, ‘Totally Full Frontal’, eg: Peter The Dole Bludger & Ken The-Hairdresser. (video)(Currently Airing on Foxtel’s Comedy Channel).

Wrote & Performed very occasional Character Phone-ins for Nova 100’s Breakfast Radio Crew, (Hughsie, Kate & Dave).
1997-1990: Part Time Comedy Writer/Performer & Radio Announcer with Melbourne’s 3RRR-FM (7 Years).

Osso Booko had a cult following on Melbourne's RRR
Vic Plume's Walkabout

Performed Stand-Up Comedy and Various Shows for The Melbourne International Comedy Festival and a Melbourne Fringe Festival show:
-Osso Booko Live-
-3 Guys Called Ron-
-In Major Trouble Tonight-
-Osso Booko’s Big Barbie Bash-
-The Osso Booko’s farewell Show-
-Vic Plume’s ‘It’s Your Shout’-
-Vic Plume’s ‘Your Shout 2’-
-Vic Plume’s Walkabout-
-Xmas Drinks With Vic-

Wrote and Performed for Foxtel’s, ‘Headliners’, ‘On The Street’ and the Sitcom, ‘Shock-jock’.
Wrote for ABC-TV’s ‘Kitson\Fahey’ Series 2 and Channel Seven’s TV Sketch Comedy show, ‘Full Frontal’, 1993-96.
Wrote for Commercial Breakfast Radio in Sydney and Produced Political Comedy Sketches for Triple J in the early 90’s.

Headliners
Standup at South Morang

Promoted & Performed in Various Comedy Venues around Melbourne.
1991: Performed Stand-Up Comedy on, ‘ Tonight Live’, with Steve Vizard.
1990: Began Writing & Performing Stand-Up Comedy.

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