Stand Up Comedian/Comedy Writer
Adam Rozenbachs – stand up comedian,
writer, broadcaster and ventriloquist disliker – has steadily become one of Australia’s funniest and most consistent performers, writers and broadcasters.
“Think Jerry Seinfeld with a black heart.” The Age
He has performed three successful Melbourne International Comedy Festival Shows Wrong Way, Keep Going, Traces of Nut and Singledumb.
“Razor-sharp banter with his audience… there’s plenty of laughs waiting for you… ” Sunday Herald Sun
Adam has steadily built a strong following over the three years with 2009’s Singledumb season selling out.
“What a good night out at the Comedy Festival is all about. Rozenbachs’ specialty is going places other comedians fear to tread.” Inpress
Adam is a regular on the Melbourne comedy circuit, performed around Australia, and supported Dave Hughes and Adam Hills. He has also become a regular on Spicks & Specks, as well as appearing on Mick Molloy’s The Nation, Rove [live], The Comedy Channel’s Stand Up Australia and Headliners, 9AM with David & Kim and ABC1’s Sunday Arts.
“Crave some good, solid, entertaining stand-up? Here’s Adam Rozenbachs.” The Age
As a writer, Adam is one of the most sought after in the country. He currently writes for Spicks & Spicks, one of the shining lights on the ABC, and Before the Game, Network Ten’s highest rating football show. He has also written for Mick Molloy’s The Nation, Skithouse, Comedy Inc., The Big Bite and The Logies. In print, Adam was a regular columnist for the Herald Sun, as well contributing to The Sunday Age, Men’s Fitness, and Crikey.com.au.
“…writes jokes like the rest of us breathe.” Comedian Fiona O’Loughlin
And when he’s not doing all that, Adam is also a broadcaster on 774 ABC Radio, co-hosting with Lindy Burns every Friday, and Saturday Night Spin on ABC Grandstand’s coverage of AFL football. Adam has also appeared regularly with Hughesy and Kate on Nova 100. And, if that doesn’t grab you, he was a nominee for Cleo Bachelor of the Year, making the top fifty. And no, it doesn’t matter where he came… let’s just say equal second, shall we?
Adam has also provided corporate entertainment, for Optus, Animals Asia Foundation and the Great Grand Final Comedy Debate for Essendon Women’s Network, in front of such dignitaries as AFL CEO Andrew Demetriou and AFL Chairman Mike Fitzpatrick.
“…an unexpected surprise at the Great Grand Final Comedy Debate and we would have no hesitation in employing his services again. Adam was unknown to most of our guests prior to the event, however they are all well aware of him now.” – Essendon Grand Final Comedy Debate
“Fantastic! Everyone loved him – he was perfect!”- Optus Corporate Awards Night
2005-09 Guest panellist on ABC TV’s Spicks & Specks
2006-09 Guest appearances on Ch 10’s 9am with David and Kim
2007 Segment presentation on ABC TVs SundayArts program
2007 Performer on The Nation with Mick Molloy, Nine Network
2007 Stand Up Australia stand up performance [Australia Day Special] The Comedy Channel on Foxtel
2006 Rove [Live] stand-up performance
2006 Stand Up Australia stand up performance The Comedy Channel on Foxtel
2001 Headliners stand-up performance for the Comedy Channel on Foxtel Adam Rozenbachs continued…
2005-09 Head writer for ABC TV’s Spicks & Specks
2003-06 & 2008-10 Before The Game, Channel 10
2007 The Nation with Mick Molloy, Nine Network
2005-08 Comedy Inc. Network Nine
2002-03 Big Bite – Sketch Comedy, Seven Network
2001 Russell Gilbert was ‘Ere, Nine Network
2000 Russell Gilbert Live
Contributed to Saturday Herald Sun, The SundayAge, Crikey.com.au, Men’s Fitness, Metro Magazine
2008-10 Weekly co-host with Lindy Burns drive program on 774 ABC
2009 Regular with Hughesy & Kate on Nova 100
2008-10 Co-Host of ABC Grandstand’s Saturday Night Spin, national AFL program 6pm Saturdays
2008 Guest appearances on Nova 100, Triple M, Mix FM, Gold FM & Vega 91.5 for Comedy Festival show Traces of Nut
2007 Co-hosted Sunday breakfast show Red Hot Go on Fox FM
2007 Guest appearances on Nova 100, Vega 91.5 and Triple R to promote his comedy festival show Wrong Way, Keep Going.
2007 Guest interview on Triple M’s The Shebang
2004 Nova 100 – Sunday nights with Emma Race, Jun/Jul/Aug
2009 Singledumb – Melbourne International Comedy Festival
2008 Traces of Nut – Melbourne International Comedy Festival
2007 Wrong Way, Keep Going – debut solo Melbourne International Comedy Festival Show
2006 Support act for Dave Hughes National Tour Hughesy Rides Again
2006 Support act for Adam Hills2009 Singledumb – Melbourne International Comedy Festival2008 Traces of Nut – Melbourne International Comedy Festival2007 Wrong Way, Keep Going – debut solo Melbourne International Comedy Festival Show2006 Support act for Dave Hughes National Tour Hughesy Rides Again2006 Support act for Adam Hills