Comedy Speakers

Laughter remains the best medicine, and Ovation has a dazzling array of Comedic Speakers, sure to entertain guests and keep them in stitches. All of our Comedic Speakers are masters in the craft of humor, with years of experience on and off the stage as stand-up comics and entertainers. Treat your guests to some much-needed, light-hearted humor, keeping them laughing and engaged.

Marty Coffey

Marty Coffey is possibly best renowned for pretending to juggle a live cat with a running chainsaw on Australian national TV, all in the name of comedy. Although cat juggling is no longer part of Marty's stage act, he is very well known for providing a side splitting comedy show for corporate functions from gala balls to boardroom meetings. Billed as "Australia's funniest American juggler", he c ...

Marty Fields

His excellent work ethic, commitment to quality and service - combined with his high profile generated by extensive television work - make Marty a smart choice for your next corporate gathering. As a Comedian, Marty is a rapid-fire power station of material and one of the genuine big guns on the Australian comedy circuit. Recently nominated for a Mo Award as the best stand-up comic in Australia, ...

Marty Wilson

Is your industry being battered by the accelerating pace of change, innovation and disruption? Are your people struggling with a restructure or merger you know just has to happen? TED Speaker, resilience expert, and former Australian Comic of the Year, Marty Wilson, is the perfect antidote to our fear of change. His hilarious and inspirational keynotes give your people tips and strategies they’ll be talking about for years.

Mary Coustas

After studying drama and journalism at university, Mary began her career in the Entertainment Industry 13 years ago. As a writer/performer she began working with the Handspan Theatre Company. She then appeared in the record breaking theatrical shows Wogs Out of Work, Acropolis Now - Live on Stage, Wog-A-Rama and her own one woman show Waiting for Effie which toured nationally throughout Austral ...

Matt Elsbury

Through over a decade in comedy, Matt has performed across the country in every sort of venue - from the Dubbo RSL to Her Majesty's Theatre, from football clubs to corporate boardrooms, and has always left them laughing. Matt can tailor material to any company or club, and to any event. ...

Matt Hollywood

Matt Hollywood is widely acknowledged as one of Australia's incredible Magic talents. His brilliant sense of humor has set a new standard for entertainment and guarantees unforgettable performances. Whether you've seen him live or simply heard about the show, one thing's for sure - his dazzling stage presence will hold you mystified. ...

Matt Iseman

Matt is a qualified Doctor who graduated with honours from Princeton University, He left medicine and moved to LA to pursue stand-up comedy. He quickly began headlining clubs across America and was selected as one of 10 comedians to perform at the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, Utah. Matt has appeared in many commercials, TV shows (The Drew Carey Show, General Hospital, NCIS to name a ...

Matt Tilley

Matt is best known on FOX.FM where he co hosts the breakfast show with Jo Stanley. He's also gained a lot of national recognition with his Gottcha Calls which have spawned two Gold CD's with sales of over 90,000 albums in two years; Cereal Pest - the double album (2006) and Cereal Pest (2005). Sales of the CD's have raised over $360,000 for Women's and Children's hospital charities. Late last year ...

Matthew Hale

Winner of 3 national comedy awards, Matthew Hale is a professional stage hypnotist based in Australia. Having hypnotised people around the world from Vegas to London, Matthew currently provides his show for events of all sizes. In addition to his live shows, Matthew trains stage hypnotists in the USA, has released his own range of hypnosis CDs, conducts group seminars on a variety of subjects, and ...

Matthew Hardy

Australian Comedian Matthew Hardy, (seen on 'Spicks & Specks' trying to sing pages of Paul Keating's biography to the tune of 'We Built This City' by Starship!) is so Australian that when the Aussie flag was banned at the Big Day Out and the Mexican Wave was banned at the cricket, he felt the need to speak out and soon created the live show 'I'm So Australian', which was filmed for DVD release by ...

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