About Us


Monty first performed stand-up in 2003 at the Gold Coast Arts Centre after an alcohol induced evening resulted in him thinking he could make someone laugh. After realising that he did in fact make someONE laugh in the crowd, he decided to further pursue this idea of being a stand up comedian, despite the fact that he had very little experience in public speaking and would even get nervous ordering a pizza on the telephone.

Even from a young age Monty would panic when it was time for reading out loud in class and his impending turn would cause him to freeze at the thought of the class’s reaction when his voice would break in the first syllable, so naturally a career in the most public arena for displaying these qualities was immanent.

However the dream was put on hold for one year as Monty travelled overseas like so many have to "find himself". Finding himself to be a bit of a dickhead he cut his overseas trip short and made his way back home to Melbourne where he again subjected himself to the public scrutiny involved with stand-up comedy.

He has now taken the idea of being a comedian too far and is a regular at all of the best Melbourne comedy clubs, as well as a regular MC/host and has also performed at a number of the best interstate venues including Brisbane, Sydney, Canberra and Adelaide. Despite his relatively short career, he has already been fortunate enough to support some of the biggest names in the country, including Dave Hughes, Greg Fleet, Chris Bennett, Dave Grant and Pommy Johnson and was fortunate enough to host the Pilbara Comedy Muster across Western Australia with headline act Hung Lee.

Monty has appeared on T.V. a number of times performing stand up, as well as being interviewed before the 2006 Melbourne Comedy Festival. Performing at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival in 2005,2006 and 2007, he had great success having a number of sold out shows.

Monty has also been involved in performing at a number of sporting clubs across the country with a group of his comedian mates, having very positive responses.

As well as stand-up Monty has been involved in a number of short films, as an actor, a writer and director.

  • Champagne Comedy (stand-up)
  • Comics Box (interviewed)
  • Comics Lounge Live (stand-up)
  • Underbelly (Bit part)

  • 2007 – Cut the Crap – lead role
    Short film entered in the 2007 Melbourne International Comedy Festival
  • 2006 – Number 2 – lead role
    Short Film shown at the Melbourne Film Festival

    Live Performances
  • 2007 Melbourne International Comedy Festival – Monty McFly
  • 2006 Melbourne International Comedy Festival – Eyecandy Show
  • 2005 Melbourne International Comedy Festival – Comics Lounge
  • 2003 – 2007 Countless appearances at comedy venues throughout the country

    Comedy Clubs where Monty has, and regularly performs at:


    The Comics Lounge – North Melbourne, Greyhound Hotel, Young and Jackson, Melbourne Central, Toorak Lion, Urban Central, Elephant and Wheelbarrow – St.Kilda, Geelong Limelight, Elephant and Wheelbarrow – City, Mornington Community Centre, Gunn Island Hotel, Bendigo Golden Vine, Sandbelt Hotel, The Vault, St.Kilda RSL, Preston Fire Station, Anglers Tavern, Crown Casino, The Comedy Club – Athenaeum Theatre, Monash University – City, Monash University – Frankston, Victoria University, Bar 11, Melton Hotel, All Nations Backpackers, Pabs Tavern - Jan Juc, Hard Rock Cafι – City, Vic Hotel, Exford Hotel, San Remo pub


    Comedy Store, Blacktown RSL, Penrith RSL, Carlingford Bowls Club, Roxbury Hotel, Manly Boat Shed, Oatley Hotel, Epping Hotel


    Broadbeach Tavern, Gold Coast Arts Centre, Sit Down Comedy Club – Brisbane, Sit Down Comedy Club – Hamilton, Dockside Comedy Bar


    Irish Club – Queanbeyan


    Moora Performing Arts Centre, Galgai Tavern – Kalbarri, Carnarvon Civic Centre, Nigaloo Reef Resort – Coral Bay, Mavericks – Whickham, Walkington Theatre – Karratha


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