With a mischievous wit and an original voice, Henry Stone is at the forefront of an exciting new movement in Australian comedy.
After breaking through in his native Brisbane, Stone now travels the country unleashing his ridiculous material for club and festival audiences alike. With a wealth of stand-up experience under his belt, Henry has also appeared on Triple J radio as part of their Splendour in the Grass, Good Az Friday and Debate Night broadcasts.
In 2011 Henry was invited to perform as part of The Comedy Zone, a showcase of up-and-coming comedians produced by the Melbourne International Comedy Festival. Since then he has featured at the Brisbane Comedy Festival, Sydney Fringe Festival, Harvest Festival and Woodford Folk Festival as well as in notable comedy establishments across Australia and New Zealand.
Also known as a writer and actor, Henry puts his talents to use as one third of the sketch collective Skills In Time. Along with collaborators Greg Larsen and Sam Campbell, Skills In Time have accrued over 2 million online views and have produced and performed two live comedy theatre productions – Big City Dreams (2012) and Checkmates (2013).
Henry's acting abilities have seen him appear in a slew of short films, the feature film Ad Nauseum (directed by Nikos Andronicos) and music videos.