Whether it be his family, growing up in the 90's, his hatred of cats, Grindr or self-serve supermarkets, Nath's razor sharp and hilarious stand-up is winning crowds and critics over alike.
With sell-out shows annually in all major Comedy and Fringe Festivals, Nath is becoming a favourite of many comedy lovers around Australia. Some stand up highlights include performing to 3000 people at Falls Festival in 2014, being selected to perform across Australia as part of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow and receiving a number of five-star reviews from major newspapers. Recently, News Limited has begun
publishing Nath’s articles; his unique, funny, and relatable content is proving a hit with one of the biggest online audiences in the country.
Nath makes regular appearances on TV. His credits include The Project, ABC’s Dirty Laundry, Breaky Show and Comedy Up Late. In 2013, Nath was heard across the country hosting Nova FM's UpLate show and hosted the Saturday Morning Breakfast Show Melbourne during 2014.
One of Nath’s greatest accomplishments to date was performing his hit show Grindr: A Love Story? in London at the prestigious Soho Theatre during November 2015.
This year Nath performed his newest solo show Tongue In Cheek, taking on everything from his dysfunctional family to foodies from 90’s suburbia to gym junkies and tinder. Nath garnered critical acclaim for the show, which he performed at Adelaide Fringe, Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Sydney Comedy Festival and Perth International Festival, the feather in his hat was a five-star Herald Sun review during a sold out MICF season.