Rachel Berger

Comedian, Author, MC & Keynote Speaker

Rachel Berger is an exceptional stand-up comedian with an impressive ability to connect with diverse audiences. Well known for her ability to expose hilarious human foibles, her material is political, psychological and socially conscious.

Rachel’s dynamic presence and sharp observations have made her a popular performer both live and on TV across Australia. She has performed four times at the prestigious Edinburgh Comedy Festival, and while in Britain, made many TV appearances and performed extensively on the London comedy circuit.

In demand as a corporate entertainer and MC, Rachel believes that laughter is a powerful tool, able to communicate a powerful message. She has been invited to appear at events as diverse as hosting a public forum on Climate Change with world-leading Climate Change expert Stephen Schneider, to writing and performing in Diversity Works, an educational video for the Council for Equal Opportunity in Employment and as a special guest performer at a Positive Living Expo for Women with the overall aim to reduce the harm associated with gambling.

Rachel’s client list includes: Yarra Valley Water, TOGA Hospitality, BMW, and the department of the premier and Cabinet South Australia.

Rachel has written and performed shows including Hold the Pickle – a one woman show, Miss (you) Melbourne – an evening of comedy from some of Australia’s best-known female comedians and Loose Cannon – a one woman show at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival.

On radio, Rachel Berger has presented the Breakfast Show on ABC Radio Melbourne 774, Austereo Perth, Mix 94.5 and been a regular guest on The Conversation Hour with Jon Faine, ABC Radio 774.

Rachel’s numerous television credits include featuring on Stop Laughing This is Serious, an ABC comedy documentary; appearances on Statesmen of Comedy, Rove Live, The Glass House, GMA, Good News Week, World Series Debating, The Big Gig, Hey Hey It’s Saturday and Denton; co-hosting Comic Relief, a live to air special on the Nine Network, featuring on Punchlines, a documentary about twenty years of Australian comedy; as a regular co-host and presenter on ABC Radio 774; writing for The Weekly Review, The Age, Sunday Age, Sunday Herald Sun as well as national magazines such as New Woman and Rolling Stone.

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Rachel tailors her stand-up comedy acts to meet your objectives and make your audience laugh.

In her keynote The Power Of Laughter, Rachel tells her story of triumph and success – a story that makes you believe in the strength of the human spirit and the power of laughter to overcome the most gruelling circumstances.

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