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BY Amy | 14-Feb-2017
Cam Knight is returning to the Brisbane Comedy Festival in 2017 with his show - All Time.
Cam Knight is returning to the Brisbane Comedy Festival in 2017 with his show, 'All Time’.
2016 was a bittersweet year for the Sydney based comedian, Cam Knight. So many idols were lost, we witnessed Trump become president of the United States, Brexit transpired, Cam turned 40, and we saw him co-hosting the very successful Unreal Estate alongside Kate Langbroek on Channel 9. A highly entertaining show that allowed him to snoop through other people's houses without getting arrested.
Over the last few years, Cam Knight's profile has been growing by leaps and bounds and there couldn't be a more gracious being deserving of it. In 2015, Cam's solo show, 'Bullet Proof' received a 4.5 star review (backed up a highly coveted 5 star review of his show '100 Percenter' in 2014). 'Bullet Proof' gained a national Comedy Festival Run of sold out shows, nominated for best comedy show at Perth Fringe 2015 and in 2016 he performed an encore performance at the Sydney Comedy Store also selling out.
Cam featured at the televised Montreal Just for Laughs Festival at the Sydney Opera House in 2015 as well as the televised Sydney Comedy Festival Gala on the Comedy Channel, Perth Comedy Festival Gala and appeared on ABC TV’s Back Seat Drivers being called back for multiple episodes. He featured on ‘Soul Mates’ 2015 and cast is in the 2016 series. Cam was also cast in the ABC series - How Not to Behave, and regularly appears on the Today show, he also co-hosts Studio 10 on Channel 10.
“Mastered his art…..Brutally funny." - HERALD SUN
"Pure chemistry...a great raconteur; relaxed and in control knows how to relate to the audience" - THE MELBOURNE AGE