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Nath Valvo’s hilariously physical, high-energy comedy is impressing critics and winning crowds across the globe. Not many comedians can boast that their fan base includes TV royalty, but Nath has the tweet from Graham Norton to prove it.

In 2018, Nath’s stand up show, Show Pony won the Adelaide Fringe Weekly Best Comedy Award and was the runaway hit of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, adding five extra dates to meet demand. Audiences could not tear their eyes away from his MICF Gala spot which went viral, racking up over two million views.

Far from camera-shy, Nath has an impressive list of TV appearances under his belt having hosted ABC’s Comedy Up Late and recorded an hour long stand up special as part of ABC’s Comedy Next Gen. Nath’s other TV credits include The Project, Show Me The Movie, Celebrity Name Game, Hughesy We Have a Problem and Just For Laughs Sydney.

Nath loves the sound of his own voice which, luckily for him, has resulted in an impressive radio career. In 2015 Nath hosted the Saturday Morning Breakfast Show on Nova 100 in Melbourne and now regularly appears on the KIIS FM, Nova, Fox FM, Triple M and Triple J networks.

On the international stage, he was nominated for Best Newcomer at the world’s biggest arts festival, the Edinburgh Fringe, had a hit season at the Soho Theatre in London and was selected for the MICF Asia Roadshow performing shows in Singapore, Hong Kong and Kuala Lumpur.

In 2019, Nath toured a new show, I’m Happy For You which saw him nominated for Most Outstanding Show in the Melbourne Comedy Festival – where he appeared again in their gala for Oxfam – and with which he toured to Edinburgh Fringe.

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