Lindsay Webb

Comedian & Presenter

Lindsay Webb is an international act worthy of the title and has a unique, homespun story to tell. From humble beginnings on a sheep and cattle station, Lindsay learned the art of humour from a young age. He is an in-demand comedian, has experience in club, festival and corporate comedy and loves what he does!

With a love of digital media, Lindsay is a regular guest on Wil Andersons “TOFOP” Podcast and can be heard on popular “The Dollop” Podcast as well his own popular podcast “What’s Your Name, What do you Do?”.

Lindsay has also hosted Corp Podcasts for BP Australia (CBBP Podcast). He hosted a Number 1 Breakfast Show on 91.9 Sea Fm for four years ending in 2005 and has also been a fill in presenter with 612 ABC Brisbane. He can frequently be found doing guest appearances on TV & radio programs such as “Stand up Australia”, “Good News Week” (CH 10), “The Footy Show” (CH 9) and “7Days” (TV3NZ).

Lindsay has supported many great acts, including Wil Anderson and Jim Jeffries, Brad Garret, Martin Short, Wayne Brady, Jimeoin and was a guest comic on The Darren Sanders Show on Chanel GO. With a seemingly endless skillset, Lindsay can also be found doing the crowd warm-ups for such prodigious TV shows as: Gruen Nation (ABC), Q&A (ABC), Save Your Life Tonight (ABC), Ch 9 Telethon Brisbane and Australia’s Got Talent (to name a few).

As well as clubs and corporate comedy, he has been a Festival Touring Act since 2006. Doing his first one hour solo show at the prestigious Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Lindsay has been to Edinburgh Fringe six years running.

Other festivals include ten years at Adelaide Fringe Fest, Melbourne International Comedy Festival, NZ International Comedy Festival, Indianapolis Fringe Festival, World Buskers Fest Christchurch, Brisbane Comedy Festival, Wonderland, Falls Festival, Coffs Buskers Fest and Canberra Comedy Festival.

With a dance card as impressive and diverse as this, it’s no wonder Lindsay Webb is one of the most in-demand comedians in this country. His experience in club, festival and corporate comedy is second to none, but more importantly, he loves what he does! With a record of 289 gigs in a single year, that’s obvious, and it’s because of this that he continues to get accolades and awards everywhere he goes. Including:

·         Guinness World Record – October, 2009 – Longest Show by an Individual (38hrs 6min)

·         He has also recently been voted the “Best Australian Comic” at the Launceston Comedy Festival for his new show, “Good Plan”

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