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Tim Minchin is an Australian musician, composer, songwriter, actor, comedian and writer.
Originally from Perth, he completed a Bachelor of Arts in English and Theatre at the University of Western Australia in 1995, then an Advanced Diploma in Contemporary Music at the Conservatorium of WA – part of the WA Academy of Performing Arts – in 1998.
In 2002, he moved to Melbourne, where he began to develop the solo comedy shows which have gained him public and critical acclaim. He developed his unique style during an 18-month period when he played regularly in the famous 40-seat cabaret room of The Butterfly Club in South Melbourne, before producing his break out show, Dark Side, at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival in 2005. This show won the inaugural Festival Directors’ Award and was picked up by legendary Edinburgh producer, Karen Koren, matriarch of the Gilded Balloon.
At the Edinburgh Fringe, Tim became one of the most successful ever debut acts, selling out the 300-seat Debating Hall and winning the Perrier Award for Best Newcomer. He subsequently went on to perform Dark Side at the Soho Theare and the Lyric Theatre in London’s West End, and also appeared on a bill with Mariah Carey and Westlife for the Tickled Pink Breast Cancer Fundraiser at the Royal Albert Hall (RAH), London.
Rock n Roll Nerd, a documentary about Tim’s life as he rose from obscurity to celebrity, between 2005 and 2006, was written, directed and filmed by Rhian Skirving. It premièred at the Melbourne International Film Festival in July 2008 and was released on DVD by Madman Entertainment in May 2009. It was shown at the Australian Film Festival at the Barbican, London in 2009.
Tim appeared at the Montreal Just For Laughs Festival in 2006 and the HBO US Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen, Colorado in January 2007, where he won the award for Best Alternative Comedian. In November that year, he performed at the HBO Comedy Festival in Las Vegas and sold out short seasons at Ars Nova in New York and the ACME Comedy Theatre in LA. He returned to the Just For Laughs Festival in 2010.
He performed for a six-week run at the New World Stages in New York in March 2008 and he was onstage again at the Royal Albert Hall (RAH), London, for The Secret Policeman’s Ball in October 2008, for Amnesty. He is regularly in demand to join line ups at various benefit gigs including WSPA, OrangAid and Nine Lessons and Carols for Godless People in 2009; Libel Reform and Reprieve in 2010; Teenage Cancer Trust at the RAH, Friends of the Earth’s ‘Laugh or the Polar Bear Gets It’ and Crisis: Stand Up and Rock in 2011 and the Princes Gala Trust and War On Want in 2012. He has also performed at both TAM London events to date.
In Australia, he has performed sellout shows at the Sydney Opera House, the Brisbane Powerhouse and His Majesty’s Theatre in Perth, and has performed at the Adelaide Fringe, the Adelaide Cabaret Festival, the Melbourne International Comedy Festival and the Big Laugh Festival in Sydney.
He has become a favourite at various UK festivals and outdoor events including Latitude, The Big Chill, Reading and Leeds Weekends, Camp Bestival, Sonosphere, V, Hay, the Eden Sessions, Kew The Music, E4’s Udderbelly and Somerset House. In the US he performed at the 2011 Sasquatch Festival and the 2012 Reason Rally. He’ll perform at Homebake Music, Film & Arts Festival 2012: The Global edition, Sydney Australia in December 2012.
Tim’s show Ready For This? toured the UK, Australia and New Zealand to sell-out audiences in 2009 and 2010.
Tim embarked on his first Arena tour of the UK, in December 2010, joined by the 55-piece Heritage Orchestra and a band, including a performance at the O2, London. He then took the show to Australia, in early 2011, performing to packed houses with the state symphony orchestras all over the country, including four sold out dates at the Sydney Opera House, the fourth of which was recorded and broadcast live on Australian TV by ABC2. He then returned to the UK for some more arena dates, reunited with the Heritage Orchestra in Scotland and England, in April and May 2011, including two performances at The Royal Albert Hall. He toured Australia again in early 2012, performing once again with the various state symphony orchestras with Tim Minchin vs The Orchestras – Round II.
Tim has released four live comedy albums: Dark Side (2005), So Rock (2006) and Ready For This? (2009) which was recorded with a band at the Queen Elizabeth Hall, London. Tim Minchin & the Heritage Orchestra was recorded at the Manchester Arena in December 2010.
100 funny jokes Pictures Pics Images Photos 2013
100 funny jokes Pictures Pics Images Photos 2013
100 funny jokes Pictures Pics Images Photos 2013
100 funny jokes Pictures Pics Images Photos 2013
100 funny jokes Pictures Pics Images Photos 2013
100 funny jokes Pictures Pics Images Photos 2013
100 funny jokes Pictures Pics Images Photos 2013
100 funny jokes Pictures Pics Images Photos 2013
100 funny jokes Pictures Pics Images Photos 2013
100 funny jokes Pictures Pics Images Photos 2013
100 funny jokes Pictures Pics Images Photos 2013

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