Casey Talbot has been performing comedy around Australia and the world for over a decade.
Case’s performance credits include Australia’s premier comedy clubs, festivals (even a hip-hop festival), and corporate shows for leading Australian companies. He has also worked at several charity and fundraising events, which have included performances with a sign language interpreter. In April 2010 Casey was one of the handpicked supports for American comedian and movie star Pauly Shore on his Australian tour. Casey made his Melbourne International comedy festival debut in 2011 and in 2012 performed on the legendary MacDougal Street in New York’s Greenwich Village.
Casey performed in the Melbourne International Comedy Festival in 2011 and then toured his solo show “A Case Study” to the 2014 Adelaide fringe festival and the Melbourne International Comedy Festival and the Sydney Fringe Festival in 2015. His current show is called “In Case Of Emergency” which will begin its run at this year’s Adelaide Fringe Festival.
He has written for radio at Triple M and Sea FM and guest stars on ABC radio. Stand up comedy became Case’s calling, given his laid back distinct style of storytelling style, witty insights and astounding inability to hold down a regular job. Making people laugh is what he has always done.