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Greg Fleet

About

Greg Fleet is an actor, comedian, broadcaster and author. His acting career began opposite Nicole Kidman in 1984 and he went on to star in Prisoner (as ‘Delivery Man No 2’), Underbelly: Squizzy (as Richard Buckley – Australia’s most violent prisoner), and Neighbours (his character killed the much-loved character Daphne), as well as treading the boards as Feste in Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night for the Melbourne Theatre Company and developing a stand-up career that saw him acclaimed all over the world. Both here and in the UK, his comedy across TV, film, radio and theatre, and the honesty with which he speaks about his long-term drug addiction, has made him one of the most respected, beloved and in-debt stand-up comics around.

 

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