“Joel Creasey is an unstoppable force and the crown prince of Aussie comedy.” – The Daily Telegraph

Joel Creasey is one of Australia’s most-popular, acclaimed and charmingly controversial stand-up comedians and television presenters.

Taking a huge leap into the radio world this year, Joel recently joined Australia’s number #1 national drive show on Nova. ‘Kate, Tim & Joel’ airs weekdays across the country from 3.00pm-6.00pm.

Earlier this year, Joel entered the world of theatre by performing the role of George in the one-man play that he co-wrote and co-produced with Richard Carroll. ‘The Boy, George’ is a hilarious solo play that featured during the Midsumma Festival in Melbourne and is set to tour Australia next year.

Joel’s stand-up special ‘Thirsty’ is on Netflix’s Comedians of the World, it was launched globally to rave reviews last year. A second broadcast stand-up special, ‘Fame Whore’, filmed at the iconic Sydney Opera House, features on Amazon Prime worldwide. Joel also joined some of Australia’s top comedian’s on Amazon’s Prime, outrageous social experiment hosted by Rebel Wilson, ‘LOL: Last One Laughing’.

Landing the much coveted role as co-host of SBS’s ‘Eurovision Song Contest’ alongside Myf Warhurst in 2017, Joel and Myf have hosted the global event described as the Olympics of song contests for the past three years. Joel also co-hosted the live arena, global broadcasts of Eurovision ‘Australia Decides’ show on the Gold Coast for the past two years.

Where, for the first time in 2019, the country voted for our Eurovision contestant. Joel caused international headlines in 2018 during his commentary, when a stage invader attempted to grab the microphone during the UK’s performance.

Reacting without hesitation, Joel said “what an absolute cockhead”, a quote that immediately went viral worldwide. Even JK Rowling heard the quote and instantly praised his candour, awarding him an ‘Order of Merlin First Class’, a t