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Cal Wilson

Cal Wilson is well known in Australia for her hugely successful Melbourne International Comedy Festival shows and you can now listen to Cal on NOVA 100 Melbourne & NOVA 969 Sydney in the afternoon drive shift with Akmal.

  • Entertainment:
    Celebrity Hosts, Comedians for hire, Master of Ceremonies
  • City:
    Adelaide, Brisbane, Canberra, Hobart, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney
  • Size:
    1 performer

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Biography

TOPICS: MC, COMEDY

Cal Wilson is well known in Australia for her hugely successful Melbourne International Comedy Festival shows and you can now listen to Cal on NOVA 100 Melbourne & NOVA 969 Sydney in the afternoon drive shift with Akmal. She is also recognized for her regular appearances on Spicks and Specks, and is an award winner of Thank God You’re Here. Cal regularly appeared on Triple M’s radio show The Shebang & Get This with Tony Martin. She has also written for and soon to appear in the next season of Channel 10 comedy sketch series The Wedge and was a regular cast member and writer on Channel 10 comedy sketch show, Skithouse.

Cal is constantly in demand as an MC for Festival showcases in New Zealand and Australia. Cal is also a wonderful corporate performer and very popular in this market. She has the experience and know how to deal with the situations that can arise together with the profile and appeal to gratify a wide spectrum of audience. Cal’s stand up career has been well rewarded and recognized over the years. In 1997 she was awarded the inaugural “Billy T Award” for up and coming comedians, by the New Zealand Comedy Trust, and was included on the judging panel in 2001. In 2000 Metro Magazine named her Best Comedian of the year. She received the “Best Newcomer” Award at The Melbourne International Comedy Festival in April 2001. In 2002, Cal and her fellow “Willy Nilly” writers were awarded the “TV Guide New Zealand Television “Best Script, Comedy.”

What the critics have said:
“close to a work of art” The Age, Melbourne
“100% festival gem.” Inpress, Melbourne
“Frenetic, furious and crammed with laughs…” Emerald Hill Times
“An absolute joy to watch” Capital Times

Based in VIC – travels everywhere

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