Justin Hamilton is a Corporate Comedian, Emmces, Radio Broadcastor, Actor, Writer, Director, Blogger, Youtuber and Pod Caster. Such are Justin’s talents, there is nothing he cant do.
Working as a professional stand up comedian for the best part of ten years, Justin has turned his talents to acting in recent times where he has appeared as the character Buiscut in the Television show Librarians. In addition, you may have herd Justin on the radio where he was a co-host of Triple M’s weekend breakfast show with good pal Charlie Pickering. Hammo often pops up on radio giving his opinions on current events or reviews of a newly released Hollywood movie.
Hammo’s talents were duely recognised by Foxtel in 2013 where he was asked to host his own one off television show called Stand Ups Sit Down. The show was a great succes with Hammo interviewing Australian Comedy legends Wil Anderson and Rove McManus. Fingers crossed we will see more of Hammo in the interviews seat in the years to come.
But seeing Justin Hamilton live is the ultimate experience. He is an award winning comedian, having won the 2007 Melbourne International Comedy Festival Director’s Award with his show Three Colours Hammo. Justin is a regular at all Australian Comedy festivals, has toured extensively with the Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow and has supported his other good pal Will Anderson on his national tours of Australia from 2006 to 2010.
“An unforgettable performance… his jokes are intelligent, witty and very entertaining. You should not miss this. Absolute stand out.” - Adelaide Advertiser 2008
"Hamilton's style is easygoing, conversational and he is genuinely funny.” - Adelaide Advertiser, 2006
"Frankly, it's a mystery that this local fella isn't stalking bigger stages and commanding a more monumental wage. He's filthy but sensitive - the kind of delicate lout with whom one would love to knock about. See this reconstructed yob before his tickets cost a whole lot more." - The Age, 2006
“A fluent and unique delivery coupled with delicate material makes this a special hour” - The Age 2005