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Oscar Swarv

      Oscar Swarv is one of Australia's leading comedians, best known for his various styles of comedy, ranging from somewhat risqué to top quality corporate.  To compliment his hilarious antics, Oscar is also in great demand for his compering, interviewing and auctioneering skills.

      His versatility is highlighted by the broad range of show types he has on offer.  As well as solo stand-up Oscar spends much of his time sharing the limelight with some of Australia's leading sports celebrities.  

      Another popular show for Oscar is his own home grown "How Funny Are Ya" show.  A show where Oscar proves the age old adage that "Everybody Thinks They're a Comedian".  This show sees Oscar open with some of his typical ocker wit followed by an evening of audience participation as they get up to try their hand at spinning their favourite yarns.

      Due to popular demand, Oscar has produced five "R" rated comedy tapes, which are available individually or in his collector's set "The Filthy Five" pack - four and half hours of rough and ready Aussie comedy.  But be warned, they are not to be taken lightly and are certainly not the ideal gift for your mother in law - but then again ????

Remember, if Oscar's in town - don't miss a great night out with the Larriken of Laughter

Sports Shows

      Oscar has shared the stage with both Australian and International sporting greats.  These shows give the opportunity for you to share the careers and comic capers of these great sporting legends.  Whether it's Ian Botham, Sir Vivian Richards, Sir Richard Hadlee or Dougie Hawkins, Dermott Brereton, Mark "Jacko" Jackson, Dennis Lillee or Rod Marsh, sports fans are guaranteed an enjoyable experience.

      To assist clubs and organisations raise much needed funds, Oscar along with his management company offer top quality sporting memorabilia auctions, with Oscar fulfilling the roles of compere, comedian and auctioneer.  

Oscar, Sunil Gavaskar, Allan Border

Oscar & Sir Vivian Richards

Oscar, Rod Marsh & Dennis Lillee


How Funny Are Ya?

      Everybody wants to be a comedian - well Oscar has developed this show to give the public the opportunity to prove just how funny they really are.  Anyone who has seen Oscar in full flight knows that this will be a night of madness and mayhem as he takes you through the minefield of raw Aussie humour.  Best described as "Comedy Karaoke", this show is not for the faint hearted as Oscar has no control over the jokes the audience elects to tell and any complaints should be directed to: 

"The Director of the Out of Control Comedians Association"
          c/- A Small Village Somewhere in Afghanistan.          

      As part of the evening, Oscar invites audience members to join him on stage to tell their favourite gags to try to win great prizes.  The culmination of the show is the final "Joke Off", when heat winners are invited back on stage to try to become the true local "Comedy King".

      Certainly a night of full on audience participation, this show has proved popular in pubs and clubs Australia wide.   

Men’s Nights

      If it is hard core humour you are looking for, Oscar is your man. With a need to feed his family, Oscar started out as probably the harshest “R” rated comedian on the circuit. Regardless of geographical location, if there was a show to be had, Oscar was there.

      Although time has passed, and Oscar has developed his act to suit any type of crowd, he still remembers his beginnings and will never knock back a chance to get back to grass roots Aussie humour. A veteran of 10 years as resident comedian of the Broadford Rock Concerts, Oscar has certainly faced the toughest crowds.

      Recently described by Billy Brownless as “white hot”, Oscar has certainly not lost his edge when it comes to telling it like it is – not how YOU would like it to be. Nothing is sacred – sex, drugs, religion, politics, police – oh ! and fat sheilas.

      Certainly not for the faint hearted, Oscar should really be made to wear a T – Shirt with a big red R on it.

Filthy but f***ing funny


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