George Kapiniaris is one of this country's best loved comedy, music and TV stars - having had an incredible impact on Greek-Australian popular culture over the last twenty six years.  
 
George Kapiniaris' claim to fame was his starring role in the hugely popular stage show Wogs Out Of Work.  

Since then, the Australian public has continued to see him use his Greek heritage as inspiration for future roles and performances.

George developed his popular style of ethnic comedy at Rusden College and with fellow student Simon Palomares formed 'The Tiboldi Brothers', a stand-up comedy duo, in 1985. Straight away they were labelled as pioneers in Ethnic Humour in this country.

We all loved him as DJ in The Flying Doctors and who could forget his starring role as the manic waiter Memo in TV's Acropolis Now from 1989 to 1992 (a show which he co-produced & co-created).
 
In 2004, George was nominated for a Green Room Award for his role of Stretch in the musical Oh, What a Night. Other musical credits include The Rocky Horror Show and Return to the Forbidden Planet.
 
His theatre credits include The Resistable Rise of Arturo Ui for the MTC, The Queen and I, An Evening with Merv Hughes and Guy Masterson's production of 12 Angry Men.  George's film credits include Thunderstruck, Bloody Footy, Pizza, Closer and Closer Apart & Joey - George also appeared on the TV series Joker Poker.

Kapiniaris was also be seen in the controversial miniseries Underbelly, playing George Defteros - the lawyer to Melbourne's underworld. In 2009, George appeared as a regular panelist on the very popular SBS show The Squiz.

As well as working on the Feature Film Big Mamma's Boy, George and fellow comedians Joe Avati, Jason Chong and Simon Palomares are currently touring with their comedy stage show, Il Dago.
 
"If the Simpsons had been Greek Australians, Kapiniaris could do the lot. Single-handedly." ★★★★★ The Herald Sun
 
"Kapiniaris alone is worth the price of the admission....His energetic performance suitably warms the crowd up for the remaining performers." ★★★★ The Age
 
Kapiniaris is relentless.......A great collection of comic mastery that doesn't slow down for a second." ★★★★★ The Advertiser