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Comedian, playwright, actor and author Greg Fleet has recently completed a season of his new play, (an adaptation of Shakespeare’s Macbeth) Signifying Nothing at Holden Street Theatres for the Adelaide Fringe where it won awards for Best Theatre and the Adelaide Critics Circle award. The play has since been invited to the Brisbane International Arts Festival. He also won a Best Theatre Award in Adelaide Fringe 2016 for This is Not a Love Song.

His highly acclaimed memoir These Things Happen to was published by PanMacmillan in 2016 to rave reviews both here and abroad, an award winning adaptation of which he performed at the 2016 Perth Fringe, Adelaide Fringe, and the Melbourne International Comedy Festival. 

One of Australia’s most highly respected stand up comedians, he has performed at every Adelaide Fringe since 1988, has done twenty nine Melbourne International Comedy Festivals and seven Edinburgh Fringe Festivals. He has appeared in film, television and on stage. Credits include Underbelly, Wolf Creek, Underwater World, Ten Years in a Long Sleeve Shirt and Full Frontal. 

In 2015, Fleet starred in the Australian cult-classic underground zombie comedy film Me and My Mates vs the Zombie Apocalypse. Fleet also wrote and co-starred in the Channel Ten series Die on Your Feet with Adam Hills and Bill Hunter. 

He co-hosted the number one rating breakfast show in Sydney 2DayFM with Wendy Harmer. He also toured the world getting 5 star reviews for shows such as Thai Dai (the second most watched film on Netflix last year)and Ten Years in a Long Sleeve Shirt (which was also filmed and screened on the ABC) 

As an author he has published three books. First Thai Die and then These Things Happen (which has recently been nominated in the Top 20 Books on the ABC’s Book Club, Booktopia’s Top Picks 2016 and received rave reviews both here and abroad). Recently Penguin published his first novel The Good Son, and he has been asked to various writers festivals across the country as well as being invited to be writer in residence at the Shark Island ArtsLab in the Kangaroo Valley, NSW.

  Most pics by Alan Moyle

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