Popular Comedian & MC
Georgie Carroll is a popular comedian, who effortlessly combines her nursing and motherhood experiences with humor and charm. She is a great choice as an MC or for a stand-up comedy spot and will liven up an event, delight your audiences and be the highlight of the evening.
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Born and raised in Manchester, England; now a proud Australian, Georgie Carroll is a comedian, nurse, wife and mother. Her bluntness and charm coupled with a razor-sharp wit, give her a broad-spectrum appeal that can be put into any room, with any line-up, and shine.
She has been featured on the Melbourne International Comedy Festival Oxfam Gala, and is a regular guest on Have You Been Paying Attention?, Hughesy We Have A Problem, Talkin’ Bout Your Generation, Celebrity Name Game and many more.
Prior to recording her Network 10 comedy special ‘‘The Gloves are Off”, Georgie had written seven solo stand up shows, each of which sold out nationally.
Her live work has seen her win Best Comedy Awards at both Adelaide Fringe and Perth FringeWorld festivals, and take out ‘Most prolific writer’, ‘People’s Choice’ and ‘Comedian of the Year’ in the Adelaide Comedy Awards.
Georgie has toured shows around Australia over the past few years, with her 2017, 2018 and 2019 shows all enjoying Sold-Out runs at all the major festivals, including the Adelaide Fringe and Melbourne International Comedy Festival.
As well as performing in a live environment, Georgie draws on her 18 years of Emergency and Intensive Care Nursing experience to write about health topics with her own no-nonsense, playful banter. She also draws on her motherhood of 2 children, and her relationship with her husband to bring out the humour in living with and raising a family in her own unique way.
Her book Off The Charts published through Pan Macmillan, provides nurses with much needed laughter. Nurse Georgie is the one to have them in stitches, the best kind.
Nurse Georgie Carroll is a riot that had the audience rolling in the aisles.
Georgie Carroll just can’t seem to help herself, she ends up making the world a better place no matter what she does and she’s damn funny doing it.