Chris Vitnell - The Dancing Man

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Australia - QLD

The Dancing Man is a Brisbane based comedian who uses music and physical movement to make people laugh.

From professional dancer to open mic nights, The Dancing Man first had his crack at stand up comedy in 2017, and hasn’t looked back since.

The Dancing Man is new, unique and doesn’t speak a word, but that sure doesn’t stop him from getting the laughs.

The Dancing Man has been positively received by audiences across Australia and recently wowed the judges on 2019's season of Australia's Got Talent!

As he likes to put it, “It’s funny what you can say, without saying anything at all.”

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