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
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