Glynn Nicholas


“There is in Nicholas a fine lightness, a way of holding his audiences, however confidently, very gently in his most capable hands.”

Television Career

Glynn Nicholas’ first television appearance was as a singing, dancing, story-telling presenter on a pre-school kid’s show called “Here’s Humphrey” where he went on to record more than 100 episodes, holding the record for the most repeated episodes.

He made scores of one-off appearances on shows like In Melbourne Tonight, Hey Hey it’s Saturday, Good Morning Australia, Sunrise, Channel 7 Telethon, The Midday Show and most notably on the ABC’s ground-breaking comedy series The Big Gig  which he also hosted for 2 seasons.

In 1996, Glynn starred in and co-produced The Glynn Nicholas Show a surreal sit-com co-written with Shaun Micallef and featuring Alison Whyte, Frances Greenslade, Wayne Hope, Bob Hornery, Georgie Parker, Merridy Eastman, Benita Collins and others. Glynn played a number of characters including single Dad Byron, Pate Biscuit and Sergeant Smith.

Glynn Nicholas, comedian

“Glynn Nicholas steals the show… He spends the performance delighting audiences with forgetful puns and rhymes.”

Glebe & Inner City News

“Glynn Nicholas…enlivens his role with versatile tricks from his own trade store of mime, movement, timing and a certain glint in his eye.”

The Financial Review

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