JOE JOE

JOE JOE

Multiskilled entertainer; Juggler, Comedy Waiter, Comedy Chef, Clown, Clown Doctor, Mime, Balloon Maker, Stilt Walker, Ukuleli & Performer.

Dee Why, sydney, NSW, Australia

Joe Joe Ebetshuber is an all round performer. He has been a juggler, clown, actor and musician since the late 1980s. Joe Joe was born in Vienna, Austria and completed a two year Diploma at the “L’ecole Sans Filet” (a prestigious circus school in Brussels, Belgium) in 1989, where he acquired general circus arts skills and specialised in clowning and juggling. Since then Joe Joe has been a freelance juggler and clown; performing solo as well as part of various circuses and theatre troupes in Belgium, Czech Republic, Switzerland, The Canary Islands, Tunisia, Spain, Germany and Austria.

In early 1992 Joe Joe undertook training with Gyora Seliger in order to become a Clown Doctor (Cliniclown) in Austria. He then worked for 4 years in various Viennese hospitals as a clown doctor. In November 1995 Joe Joe travelled to Australia. He met Jean Paul Bell (Dr. B. Loony) and Justin Case (Dr Nutcase) in March 1996 at an inaugural meeting to establish the Humour Foundation. In early 1997 Joe Joe emigrated to Australia. He has been working as a clown doctor in Sydney since 1998. Joe Joe also continues to perform in the freelance performance industry in Australia and such countries as Japan, Indonesia, Qatar, Taiwan, Singapore and South Africa.

During the past 10 years, Joe Joe has performed at various venues such as; the Kempsey, Marrickville Burwood and North Sydney Festivals, the Flower Festival, Taronga Zoo, Homebush Stadium during the Olympics, Food & Wine Festivals in Sydney and the Hunter Valley, RSL venues throughout Sydney, Shopping Centres throughout NSW, Bars and Clubs throughout NSW, Sydney Airport, the Sydney Motor Show, Star City Casino, Moore Park, Race Courses such as Randwick, Rosehill and Canterbury Racecourses to name but a few. He has performed at corporate gigs for IBM, Mercedes, Virgin and Hewlitt Packard etc. He has appeared on television and in newspapers such as the Sydney Morning Herald, the Manly Daily and the Daily Telegraph.



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