With almost 30 years inspiring laughs across the world, Julia Morris is Australia’s First Lady of Comedy – making her one of the country’s most in-demand corporate entertainers and hosts who regularly thrills audiences at events ranging from award ceremonies through corporate team building to high-end functions. Julia’s career has taken her across the globe working with comedy royalty including Richard Pryor, Jason Alexander, Whoopi Goldberg, and Robin Williams. Back on home soil, Julia won the first Celebrity Apprentice, raising nearly $200,00 for Breast Cancer Research in the process before taking the reigns of Australia’s Got Talent for the Nine Network. Whilst comedy has made Julia a household name, she proves her versatility and talent transcends the genre with her current role as Gemma in the hit Nine Network drama House Husbands, winning the Most Popular Drama Logie for its first series, and for which Julia has received two consecutive nominations for Most Popular Actress. However, Julia Morris’ position as one of Australia’s most popular and prolific comedians working today is evident from her successful, award winning national tours including the recent No Judgement Tour.

Event Host/Event MC

ulia is a highly experienced and professional function MC who regularly hosts high-profile events ranging from the Australian Design Awards through to the prestigious Midwinter Ball at Australia’s Parliament House. Working in conjunction with your corporate event coordinator to move efficiently through the most demanding of schedules - Julia can keep the night afloat through technical difficulties, adds a touch of cheeky fun to what might otherwise be boring housekeeping whilst always remaining classy and on-brand, and, most importantly, brings the corporate event in on time.

Keynote Speaker

As keynote speaker, Julia provides the highlight of any business convention or conference program and can add a light-hearted but insightful touch to any corporate team building exercise. Lady JMo’s uniquely irreverent brand of humour plus extensive experience as stand up and corporate entertainer means that she delivers exactly the right balance of fun and professionalism.

Testimonials

...when Julia Morris is in full verbal flow on a stage, it's as though Joan Rivers, Germaine Greer and Betty Boop are all living inside the same body. Phew, she's a scorcher.
- The Herald

'Wonderful, hilarious and unmissable - living proof that audacity and irreverent effervescence are life skills'
- The Scotsman

She ticked every box, handled the corporate audience brilliantly and gave me the goods and then some, she simply "got it" from the get go... 5 days later and I'm still getting emails about Julia. She was simply stunning in every way...WOW!
- Chris Keeble, Events Producer

GREAT!!Such a down-to-earth performer. Everyone thought she was fabulous - very, very happy with our choice of performer.
- VersaCold Logistics Services

Julia was great and everyone loved her. She was so easy to work with! Delightful.
- Coca Cola Amatil

Our sincerest gratitude to Julia for such an entertaining performance on the night, she was the ultimate professional and an absolute pleasure to work with.
- Life Changing Experiences Foundation

Julia Morris managed to achieve what most other entertainers dream of - she had 580 guests entertained and hanging on to every word she said. She was funny, entertaining and the consummate professional. Her self-deprecating humour and anecdotal stories had people in stitches.
- Lilac Ball

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