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Julia Morris

Julia Morris
A multi-talented stand-up, host and actress, Julia has been a household name in Australia since her television debut in 1985 and has performed on stage with such comedy royalty as Richard Pryor, Jason Alexander, Whoopi Goldberg, Jerry Lewis and Robin Williams.

Between 2000 and 2007, ‘Lady J-Mo’ (as she is affectionately called) lived in the UK and hosted TV shows for the BBC, appeared in nearly every major international comedy festival from Montreal to South Africa, won the prestigious Herald Angel award at the Edinburgh Festival 2002 and was named Time Out London’s ‘Comedy Performer of the Year’ in 2004. She also wrote and performed
three different one woman shows on London’s prestigious West End.

Julia is a regular feature on every Australian commercial television network and in April 2008 she won Channel 7’s celebrity singing show It Takes Two. Her first set of memoirs, entitled Don’t You Know Who I Used To Be?, were released to popular acclaim in April 2009. Julia’s 2008 and 2009 stand-up tours were both nominated for the Helpmann Award (Australia’s version of the prestigious Tony or Olivier theatre awards) and she won ‘Best Australian Act’ at the Time Out Sydney 2009 Comedy Awards.

Now splitting her time between the USA and Australia, Julia is the newest and hottest comedian to offer her services to corporate functions. Whether performing as feature act or MC, Julia adds a lick of style to any event. Catch this internationally acclaimed diva of fun now and make yours a day - or night - to remember.