Wendy Little

Australia - Vic
Wendy Little is a comedian, writer, actor and composer. Her penchant for funny songs, most likely stems from her parents. They performed in Gilbert and Sullivan productions and left six-month old Wendy backstage in a bassinet. She was either destined to be a musical comic or the very model of a modern major general.

Wendy is the founding member of musical comedy trio The Sheryls - rock queens who were infamous for their irreverent mix of live songs and sketches, dazzling audiences in festivals round the world from 1998-2003.

A personal highlight for Wendy whilst 'sheryling' was covering an entire 8 tonne truck in flannelette and making flannelette ballgowns and platform moccasins for The Sheryls 2001 Mardi Gras float.

Wendy is a regular on the Melbourne stand-up comedy circuit and has also performed at stand-up comedy venues in Adelaide, Sydney and Edinburgh.

Wendy has produced, performed and written shows for eleven Melbourne International Comedy Festivals, including her most recent solo show "Limited Sedition" in 2006.

Wendy has also produced, performed and written comedy shows for the Melbourne Fringe Festival, the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and the Adelaide Fringe Festival.

Wendy has been seen on the telly The Great Debate (TEN), Upfront 8 (ABC), Standing Up (ABC), Comedy Channel, Channel 31 (The Loft, Squeal, Raucous, Champagne Comedy, Hellbent, The Comic Box, The Foosy Show), Glued to the Telly (ABC), The Footy Show (9) and heard on the radio (Triple J, 3RRR, 3PBS, 3AK, Southern FM).


Wendy Little was superb, so fast, clever, funny, understandable, relevant and contemporarily wicked.
- The Age

Wendy Little is a charismatic mix of Rik Mayall, Siousie Sioux and Jeannie Little and steals the show with her awesome presence
- Beat magazine

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