MICHAEL CHAMBERLIN

MICHAEL CHAMBERLIN

Michael has been a cast member and writer for Network TEN’s popular sketch comedy series skitHOUSE, been seen on Rove Live, Spicks and Specks, Stand Up, had a weekly comedy segment on Today and, best of all, made Bert laugh on Good Morning Australia

Melbourne, VIC, Australia
Michael Chamberlin Comedian/Writer
Michael has been a cast member and writer for Network TEN’s popular sketch comedy series skitHOUSE, been seen on Rove Live (Network TEN), Spicks and Specks (ABC TV), Stand Up (ABC TV), had a weekly comedy segment on Today (Nine Network) and, best of all, made Bert laugh on Good Morning Australia (Network TEN).

"entertaining, intelligent and witty... Simply put - this guy is funny " The Adelaide Advertiser
, been seen on (Network TEN), (ABC TV), (ABC TV), had a weekly comedy segment on (Nine Network) and, best of all, made Bert laugh on (Network TEN).
2008 brings with it a new TV show, with Michael, and fellow comedian Charlie Pickering, creating The Mansion, a fictional news show for The Comedy Channel premiering in April., a fictional news show for The Comedy Channel premiering in April.
 
In 2007, Michael returned to the Melbourne International Comedy Festival with his show Buddha, Bluey and Me and also performed at The Comedy Store in Sydney, Sit Down Comedy Club in Brisbane, Rhino Room in Adelaide, and Comedy Lounge in Perth, as well as regularly in the comedy clubs of Melbourne.

"... unexpected punchlines give his performance a refreshing unpredictability... A thoroughly endearing and funny storyteller..." The Age
and also performed at The Comedy Store in Sydney, Sit Down Comedy Club in Brisbane, Rhino Room in Adelaide, and Comedy Lounge in Perth, as well as regularly in the comedy clubs of Melbourne."... unexpected punchlines give his performance a refreshing unpredictability... A thoroughly endearing and funny storyteller..." The Age
 
Handy with a pen, Michael had a busy year of writing too, as a core writer for both Rove and Before the Game on Network TEN. and on Network TEN.
 
Kicking off his stand up career in 2000, Michael started cult comedy room Stagetime in Melbourne with friend and follow comic Charlie Pickering. In the following year, Michael made the grand final of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival’s national competition Raw Comedy. in Melbourne with friend and follow comic Charlie Pickering. In the following year, Michael made the grand final of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival’s national competition .
 
Michael wrote and performed Boiling Point with Charlie Pickering, which enjoyed a sell out season at the Adelaide Fringe in 2002 and took out the comedian’s choice ‘Piece of Wood Award’ at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival in the same year. Michael and Charlie joined forces again in 2003 to write and perform Boiling Point 2 and shared the bill with Terri Psiakis in Equal Third - both at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival.

"... there's going to come a time when people realise Michael Chamberlin is as talented a comedian as the Dave Hugheses and Wil Andersons on this world." - The Age
with Charlie Pickering, which enjoyed a sell out season at the Adelaide Fringe in 2002 and took out the comedian’s choice ‘Piece of Wood Award’ at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival in the same year. Michael and Charlie joined forces again in 2003 to write and perform and shared the bill with Terri Psiakis in Equal Third - both at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival.
 
Michael’s previous solo shows include Michael Chamberlin and the Ten Commandments and There’s A Party At Stephan Edberg’s Place, performing at the Adelaide Fringe Festival and the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, to sell out houses and rave reviews. and , performing at the Adelaide Fringe Festival and the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, to sell out houses and rave reviews.
 
“…there’s going to come a time when people realise Michael Chamberlin is as talented a
comedian as the Dave Hugheses and Wil Andersons on this world.” The Age
 
“entertaining, intelligent and witty… Simply put – this guy is funny”
The Adelaide Advertiser
 
“….unexpected punchlines give his performance a refreshing unpredictability…A thoroughly
endearing and funny storyteller…” The Age
 

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