On the back of a massive US tour, the comic will bring his stand-up show Middle-Aged Boy to Australia.
Writer, comedian and actor Nick Kroll is set to bring flex his wit on Australian stages in January next year across two special nights in Sydney and Melbourne.
A jack of all trades, Kroll made his mark on the comedy scene writing for Comedy Central’s Chappelle’s Show before joining Aziz Ansari on tour around the US. His face and voice have since graced a wide range of films and TV series, including his own Comedy Central sketch program Kroll Show.
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These days, Kroll’s CV has stretched to include the titles of co-creator, writer, producer and voice of over 30 characters for Netflix smash Big Mouth. As with the autobiographical Big Mouth, Middle-Aged Boy sees Kroll turning the lens on himself, to no doubt hilarious effect.
Check out Nick Kroll’s tour dates below:
Saturday January 4 — Enmore Theatre, Sydney NSW
Monday January 6 — Athenaeum Theatre, Melbourne VIC
Tickets are on sale from 12pm today (pre-sale) and 1pm Tuesday October 29 (general sale) via Live Nation.
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