Matthew Hardy

Matthew Hardy

Born in Victoria, Australia, Matthew Hardy first moved to the UK in 1992 to work the stand-up circuit, where he remained until 2000. He then spent a decade in Melbourne before returning to Britain again.

In 2004, he wrote the book Saturday Afternoon Fever, about his suburban upbringing in the Eighties, which became the basis for his show at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival. Other festival shows include Sex & The Suburbs and Willy Wonka Explained, which transferred to Edinburgh.

TV credits include Spicks & Specks and Good News Week in Australia, and writing for ITV’s The Sketch Show and BBC Two’s Stephen K Amos Show in the UK.

He released his CD and DVD I'm So Australian in 2008m and appeared in six Australian states within 24 hours to promote it.

Read More

Matthew Hardy live comedy dates

Sorry. We have no listings of forthcoming performances by Matthew Hardy.



CD (2010)
I'm So Australian


We do not currently hold contact details for Matthew Hardy's agent. If you are a comic or agent wanting your details to appear on Chortle, click here.

We see you are using AdBlocker software. Chortle relies on advertisers to fund this website so it’s free for you, so we would ask that you disable it for this site. Our ads are non-intrusive and relevant. Help keep Chortle viable.