Performed internationally, including Australia, Japan, UK, Belgium and more.
Organiser of Bris Funny Fest 2017.
Full biography available for download here.
Bookings through the contact form.
Current cast member, performer & teacher with Amsterdam’s easylaughs.
Former performer & teacher with Eindhoven’s Chili Con Comedy.
Founder and host of Real Power Talk, an interview series created in conjunction with media company All Things Loud where popular bands are unbeknowingly interviewed by characters all played by Steven Morgan. Here is the pilot episode where Nigel America interviews the Canadian band PUP.
Front of House character and main cast understudy for this sold-out ImproMafia production as part of the Brisbane Comedy Festival 2017 at the Brisbane Powerhouse. Received rave reviews from Weekend Notes and Scenestr.
Founder and former host of Comedy Commentary Cinema where comedians provide a live commentary over the top of film screenings. Featured in The Courier Mail, Concrete Playground, West End Magazine, Scenestr, Weekend Notes & AAA Backstage.
Discussing the format on the Second Take Podcast.
Starred as Edward in the 2019 feature length mockumentary Drack.
Played a detective in the award-winning 1930s themed immersive theatre production inspired by the board game based on the Kookaburra Queen paddle boat, Brisbane. Received glowing praise in reviews from Aussie Theatre, Scenestr & Weekend Notes.
A demo reel of my voiceover acting work can be found here.
Available for acting, voice over and soundtrack work.
Working From Home
A faked telephone interview explained here.
Host and interviewer of the Kalenda Music podcast.
Guest on Here In Holland.
Guest segment on Good Advice.
Guest on the Second Take Podcast.
Occasional guest on the Fools Gold Theatre Supernatural podcast.
Performed at the London, UK based event Cringe (people reading from their teenage diaries) multiple times, leading to being part of a BBC filmed piece about the night for The One Show.
Directed and starred in the following music videos:
Starred in music videos, including the following:
You Have Got The Wrong Person was a blog I ran until 2008 documenting transcripts of people emailing me intending to contact someone else with the same name. I would then reply under the pretence of being the person they intended to receive the message and posted the subsequent correspondence. Names have been changed (including my own) for personal protection, but hopefully it’s been long enough now. Featured multiple times in the B3ta Newsletter.
Vague Bentos contains articles of a variety of subjects, written by me.