Adam Rozenbachs

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Comedian available for hire, based in Victoria

Adam is a regular of the Melbourne stand-up comedy circuit, and has performed around Australia, and supported Dave Hughes and Adam Hills on national tours. He has also become a regular on Spicks & Specks, as well as appearing on Dave Hughes’ Handy DVD, Mick Molloy's The Nation, Rove [live], The Comedy Channel's Stand Up Australia and Headliners, 9AM with David & Kim and ABC1's Sunday Arts.

And most recently, you'll have no doubt noticed Rozie on your shopping trips at Coles as 'Col: The Coles Superhero', possibly during an in-store appearance, in your catalogue or on your TV screen.

As a writer, Adam is one of the most sought after in the country. He currently writes for the ABC’s Adam Hills in Gordon Street Tonight and Before the Game [Network Ten's highest rating football show] and was a writer for the first of years of ABC favourite  - and Logie winner - Spicks & Specks. He has also written for Mick Molloy's The Nation, Skithouse, Comedy Inc., The Big Bite, Between the Lines [yes, all three episodes!] and The Logies. In print, Adam was a regular columnist for the Herald Sun, as well contributing to The Sunday Age, Men's Fitness, and amongst others.

And, if that doesn't grab you, he was a nominee for Cleo Bachelor of the Year, making the top fifty. And no, it doesn't matter where he came… let's just say equal second, shall we? We shall.

"Razor-sharp banter with his audience... there's plenty of laughs waiting for you.." Sunday Herald Sun

"What can I say? We all loved Adam, he was so funny and very entertaining, the staff left on Friday with a smile on their face. Thank you for your great effort in putting all of this together and arranging the best comedian in Melbourne!" Angeline Lingam, Quest Apartments

"Rozenbachs gave the packed house every reason to be cracked up for the best part of an hour. His take on life as a single, then with a girlfriend, and then single, and then possibly with a girlfriend before definitely being left alone, was a hoot." Herald Sun