Jackie Loeb has worked extensively as a comedian, vocalist, actor and musician. Since 1991, Jackie has delighted audiences with her highly original brand of comedy at leading venues across Australia and internationally. Venues include The Melbourne Town Hall, Crown Casino, The Enmore Theatre, Sydney Town Hall, The Metro Theatre, The Last Laugh, The Comedy Store, The Civic Theatre (Auckland), Don't Tell Mama, (New York City) and even a stint in the world's comedy capital, Kuala Lumpur!
Along with playing Australia's leading comedy venues, Jackie Loeb was a cast member and writer on the award winning Australian television series ' Full Frontal '. Jackie's singing and mimicry skills were frequently used on the show having parodied Bjork, Tracy Chapman, Alanis Morissette, Janis Joplin and many other musical icons.
Jackie is a sought after panelist whenever a comical point of view is required. Jackie's guest appearances include Beauty and the Beast, Cheese TV, The Midday Show, The Comedy Channel's ' Mouthing Off ', Foxtel's ' Channel V ' and 'E News'. Jackie is also a trained actor, copywriter and radio announcer and is a regular guest on 'Thank God it's Friday' with Richard Glover on 2BL Radio. Jackie is an enthusiastic writer having co written the short film ' The Gluttons ' in which she also played the lead role. Jackie has also contributed pieces for In Melbourne Tonight, Full Frontal and Geek Girl Magazine.
Jackie is a popular Cabaret performer and was the recipient of the prestigious Sorlies Cabaret Award at the 1998 Sydney Cabaret Convention. Jackie has performed in cabaret mode at the Sydney Festival, Glen Street Theatre, The Darlinghurst Theatre, The Green Room, The Cat and Fiddle Hotel and just about anywhere else there's a stage or at least two milk crates to stand on.