Kevin Looking Up

Kevin Kropinyeri Bio

Australia’s premier Aboriginal comedy star, Kevin Kropinyeri is a one-man whirlwind that will have you holding your sides laughing, as he shares tales of growing up, marriage and the particular, absurd challenges of life as an Aboriginal Australian family man.

A high-energy performer, Kevin is sharp, likeable, silly and measured; mixing keen observational standup with joyfully ridiculous physical comedy.

Kevin tours Australia constantly, appearing all over the country, including at some of its most remote communities, and is a bona fide star of the Indigenous performing arts, appearing at the Deadly Awards at the Sydney Opera House six years running. As well he is a regular feature on the mainstream corporate, club and festival circuits and a Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow regular.

He is also steadily building a substantial TV and media profile with a long list of special guest appearances.

 

TV Credits include:

The BIG 3oh! (Foxtel Comedy Channel - June 2016)

Express Yourself "Season 2" (NITV - June 2016)

Melbourne International Comedy Festival Comedy Allstars Supershow (Channel 10 - April 2016)

Koori Knockout Gala (NITV - October 2015)

Express Yourself (NITV - February 2015)

Stop Laughing This is Serious (ABC - April 2015)

Comedy Up Late (ABC – April 2015)

Melbourne International Comedy Festival Comedy Allstars Supershow (Channel 10 - April 2014)

Stand Up @ Bella Union (SBS2) – March 2014

No Laughing Matter (Foxtel Comedy Channel) – November 2013

Comedy Up Late (ABC2) – April 2013

Weekend Sunrise (Channel 7) – May 2012

Living Strong (NITV) – February 2010


What others are saying about Kevin:

“DEADLY FUNNY” 2008 Melbourne International Comedy Festival


“This is only the second time this competition’s been held, and winner Kevin Kropinyeri was an obvious winner. His strong, animated delivery ensured the audience was in the palm of his hand as he talked about his hairiness and his domestic life. A comic natural, the crowd adored him – and there would have been uproar had he not taken the crown”

Steve Bennett – “The Chortle” UK Comedy Guide

Where you may have seen Kevin:

Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow Tour 2015
Brisbane, Cairns, Charters Towers,Townsville, Rockhampton, Mackay, Proserpine, Gladstone, Capella, Sale, Warburton, Traralgon.

Adelaide Fringe 2015
Aboriginal Comedy Allstars

Share the Spirit Festival 2011 & 2014 – Melbourne Vic

Melbourne International Comedy Festival
'Double Up' Comedy Show -
2014

Melbourne International Comedy Festival
'Welcome to My World' Comedy Show -
2013

Melbourne International Comedy Festival
'Guess Who' Comedy Show -
2012

Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow Tour - 2014
Darwin, Alice Springs, Kununurra, Broome, Geraldton, Moora, Kwinana, Bunbury, Margaret River, Mandurah, Merredin, Kalgoorlie, Esperance.

Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow Tour - 2013
Woolongong, Goulburn, Nowra, Dubbo

Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow Tour - 2012
Alice Springs, Darwin, Taree, Port MacQuarie, Coffs Harbour, Grafton, Ballina, Gold Coast, Broken Hill, Mildura, Swan Hill, Bendigo, Marysville

Perth Survival Day - 2013

Putalina Festival Tasmania - 2012 & 2013

Adelaide Fringe Festival
'Guess Who' Comedy Show - 2012

Deadly Awards 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 & 2012 – Sydney Opera House

Vibe Alive Tour 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 & 2012  – Coonamble, Port Augusta, Kalgoorlie, Mildura, Rockhampton, Weipa, Townsville, Bendigo

Deadly Funny 2008, 2009 & 2012– Melbourne International Comedy Festival

Spirit Festival 2009 & 2012 – Adelaide, SA

The LONG Walk 2010 & 2011 – (Federation Square) Melbourne Vic

St Kilda Festival  (Yalukit Willim Ngargee) 2011 – Melbourne Vic

Dreaming Festival 2009, 2010 – Woodford, Qld

Yabun Festival 2009 – Sydney, NSW



 

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