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Tom Gleeson

Tom Gleeson

Well known and much loved comedian, author and media personality Tom Gleeson is always a favourite amongst the crowd. His quick wit, humour and performance style is enjoyed by all.

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Testimonials for Tom Gleeson

He kept a full house roaring for nearly an hour.

Time Out


The charming, smiling assassin strikes again. –

Herald Sun


This well-known Australian stand-up comedian produced a trademark entertaining show filled with clever jokes and hilarious stories.

Adelaide Advertiser


On stage the 33-year-old is quick-witted and charismatic. He talks to the audience with the ease of an old friend catching up over a beer.

Daily Telegraph – Sydney


Tall-tale-telling manner that constantly engages. Tom on. Very on

The Age – Melbourne


Tom was exceptionally well received by the audience. The room was in stiches, and all the comments which came back to me later in the night were how good he was and how much people enjoyed it.



Tom was great, very funny, he had us all laughing from start to finish. Our audience wanted him to stay on for longer and tell us more stories, he is very very funny.

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Tom Gleeson's Biography

Besides his many TV appearances, he’s been nominated for a Helpmann Award three times and won the Piece of Wood Comedian’s Choice Award in the Melbourne International Comedy Festival.  He has performed several times at all three major comedy festivals in Melbourne, Edinburgh and Montreal, as well as the invite-only Kilkenny Comedy Festival in Ireland.  Oh yeah, and the biggest stand up on the planet Louis CK chose Tom to be his support act for his Australian tour.  He is the comedian comedians watch.


Tom has performed at the Sydney Opera House, every capital city in Australia, London, Dublin, New York, Los Angeles, Singapore, Hong Kong, Jakarta as well as entertaining the troops in Iraq and Afghanistan. He was also selected to perform yearly as part of the Melbourne Comedy Festival Roadshow from 2001 – 2007.


Not content with conquering stand-up, Tom has also published a book, Playing Poker with the SAS: A Comedy Tour of Iraq and Afghanistan. This follows up his story The Italian Job, which appeared in Take Me With You, a collection of tales of long distance love edited by Sarah MacDonald for Random House.


In 2012, Tom returned to the stage with his live stand up show Good One. He performed at Adelaide Fringe, Brisbane Comedy Festival, Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Perth International Comedy Festival and the Sydney Comedy Store.