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Tommy Little is the most exciting comedian of his generation. His comedy bubbles with an irresistible energy – bursting to tell you the next story.
For the last few years, Tommy has been the host of the Just for Laughs Stand Up Series from the Sydney Opera House, filmed for the Comedy Channel in Australia, and regularly sells out his live shows across Australia.
He hosted the Comedy Channel’s Whose Line is It Anyway? Australia and is a regular co-host and correspondent for primetime nightly news and comedy program The Project on Network Ten. He also co-hosts a national radio show every weekday with Carrie Bickmore on the Australian Hit Network.
Tommy recorded his first ever stand up special for Amazon Prime, released in 2020.
Whatever the medium, Tommy is smart, engaging and holds the audience in the palm of his hand.
2020 – STAN: Lockdown Comedy Festival
2020 – Amazon: Self-Diagnosed Genius (Amazon Special)
2020 – Network TEN: Hughesy We Have A Problem (Panelist)
2017-20 – Network TEN: The Sunday Project (Co-Host)
2014-20- Network TEN: The Project (regular guest host/panelist)
2019 – Network TEN: Just For Laughs (Host)
2019 – ABC TV: MICF Oxfam Gala (Comedy Spot)
2019 – Comedy Channel: Just For Laughs – Stand Up Series (Host)
2018-19 – Network TEN: Hughesy We Have A Problem (Panellist)
2019 – Network TEN: Just For Laughs Montreal Comedy Festival 2019 (Host)
2018 – Network TEN: Just For Laughs Montreal Comedy Festival 2018 (Host)
2017 – Comedy Channel: Just For Laughs Australia (Host)
2016 – Comedy Channel: Just For Laughs – Stand Up Series (Host)
2016 – Comedy Channel: Whose Line Is It Anyway? Australia (Host)
2016 – Network TEN: MICF Oxfam Gala (comedy spot)
2016 – Comedy Channel: MICF: Big Three Oh! (host)
2015 – Comedy Channel: Just For Laughs Australia – The Stand Up Series (Stand up comedy performance)
2015 – Comedy Channel: SCF Opening Night Gala (Stand up comedy performance)
2015 – Network TEN: MICF Oxfam Gala (stand up comedy performance)
You can download a full list of Television credits below.
2017-20 – HIT Network: (National) Carrie and Tommy (Afternoons Monday to Friday)
2014-15 – NOVA 100: Breakfast with Meshel and Tommy (Monday to Friday)
2013 – NOVA 100: The Tommy Little Show (Saturday Breakfast)
2013 – NOVA 100: Hughesy & Kate Breakfast (fill in for Hughesy)
2012/13 – NOVA 100: Summer Breakfast Fill in (Tommy Little and Dani Venn)
2010 – NOVA 100: Hughesy & Kate Breakfast (Guest)
2009 – Triple J: Breakfast Show – Guest
2009 – Nova 100: Launchpad – Reg. Guest Co-Host
2009 – Nova 100: Breakfast show – Standup Spot
2020 – I’ll See Myself Out Solo Show
Adelaide Fringe Festival, Hobart Spiegeltent
2019 – Self Diagnosed Genius Solo Show
Adelaide Fringe Festival, Playford Fringe, Speigeltent Hobart, Brisbane Comedy Festival, Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Speigeltent Wollongong, Perth Comedy Festival, Powerhouse Brisbane, Speigeltent Gold Coast, Sydney Comedy Festival, Wyndham, Canberra Theatre Centre, Horizon Festival Sunshine Coast, Malthouse Theatre Melbourne
2018 – The Last King Of Stupid Solo Show
Adelaide Fringe Festival, Lismore Laughs, Brisbane Comedy Festival, Canberra Comedy Festival, Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Perth Comedy Festival, Sydney Comedy Festival
2017 – Good Talk Solo Show
Brisbane Comedy Festival, Adelaide Fringe Festival, Canberra Comedy Festival, Ten Days On The Island Hobart, Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Sydney Comedy Festival, Perth Comedy Festival, Darwin
2017 – Heartbreak and Hilarity with Gossling
Adelaide Fringe, Melbourne International Comedy Festival
2016 – Dickhead Solo Show
Adelaide Fringe, Brisbane Comedy Festival, Canberra Comedy Festival, Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Perth Comedy Festival, Sydney Comedy Festival
2015 – Enter the Weapon Solo Show
Adelaide Fringe, Brisbane Comedy Festival, Canberra Comedy Festival, Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Sydney Comedy Festival
You can download a full list of Live Show credits below.
2019 – Just For Laughs Sydney Sydney Opera House
2018-19: Tommy Little & Luke McGregor – Live Show – Cairns, Brunswick Heads
2017: Just For Laughs Sydney – Stand Up Series – Host
2017: Just For Laughs Montreal – Laverne Cox Gala – Stand Up Spot
2017: Perth Comedy Festival Gala – Host
2016: Just For Laughs Sydney Stand Up Series – Host
2016: Not Just For Laughs – Regional Queensland Tour with Denise Scott
2016: MICF Roadshow – WA
2013: MICF Roadshow – North Queensland
2013: Sydney Comedy Festival Showcase (spot)
2013: Sydney Comedy Festival Cracker Night (spot)
2013: MICF Festival Club (host – first night)
2013: MICF Oxfam Gala (spot)
2012: Edinburgh Fringe Festival “Splitting the Bill” (stand up)
2012: Sydney Comedy Festival Gala
2012: Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow
2011: Best in Live Comedy Showcase – Sydney Comedy Store
2011: Suicide Prevention Australia: No Laughing Matter Comedy Gala, Sydney and Melbourne (spot)
2011: Y Foundations Youth Homelessness Conference, Sydney (MC)
2011: RAW Comedy State Final, Melbourne (MC)
2011: Sammy D Foundation comedy gala, Adelaide (spot)
2010: Studio A Fundraiser, Corner Hotel, Melbourne (MC)
2009: Young Guns of Comedy – Fundraiser (Spot)
2012 DVD: release of Tommy Little: A Fistful of Apologies – Warehouse Comedy Festival Series, Madman Entertainment.
2015 – Cleo Magazine: Regular Columnist
2014 – Cleo Magazine: Regular Columnist
2011 – Girlfriend Magazine: Guest contributor
2010 – Cosmopolitan: Guest Columnist
2009 – 10 – Studio A (TV): Core cast & writer
Various corporate clients including: Jetts, Sony Music, Racing Victoria, L’Oreal, Price Waterhouse Coopers, CUB, Optus, Yellow Pages, Tennis Australia, McDonalds.
2009: Antenna Award for Studio A “Program of the year” and “Best Comedy” – Contributor
2008: Winner of Crack Up Comedy Competition
2008: 2nd place – Search For The Country’s Funniest University Student – TREV campus