Denise Scott

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Victoria, Australia

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Denise Scott has been treading the boards for longer than for longer than she cares to remember, but it is this wealth of experience that makes her one the country's strongest live comic performers. Since her start in the biz in the early 1980's, Scotty has been making people laugh with her blend of personal stories and topical observations.

In 2004 she received a Barry Award nomination for Best Show at the Melbourne Comedy Festival for her sold out festival hit, Scotty and Son, which featured her nineteen year-old son. She received a second nomination the following year for Denise Scott Gives Good Council.

Now in her fifties, with a couple of adult kids, Denise has experienced a resurgence in popularity, heard in Melbourne each morning on Vega 91.5 as a pivotal member of the breakfast show.

Denise is a favourite with event organisers and audiences. She is an outstanding comedian, writer, performer and presenter. Her comedy skill can add entertainment value to your event whether you're organising a conference, training session, awards night, promotion, dinner or annual general meeting.

Denise is much sought after as a stand-up comic, presenter, debater and speaker - and is without doubt one of our greatest storytellers!

Testimonials

Denise was very funny and a pleasure to have at our function. She got the night started on a real high.
- Communication Networks International Pty Ltd

Denise was perfect. We had so many comments from our guests saying how much they enjoyed her performance. Brilliant use of the firm's promotional material.
- Marketing Coordinator, Carter Newell Lawyers

Denise was just what we needed for our conference entertainment.
- Financial Director, Buena Vista Home Entertainment

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