A wig, flairs, and a fake moustache, and Mad Dog Malcolm Cummins was born. The creation of Adelaide comedian and musician, Gerry Masi, Mad Dog is part crooner, part playboy, with a light splattering of sleaze. Together, he’s a hilarious 1970s character, that is all too familiar.

In this interview we talk call backs, one liners, getting away with ‘inappropriate’ humour, his band, Lucifer’s Lounge, and being a comedian in Adelaide.

If you’re a lover of character comedy, like Elliot Goblet, Bob Down, and Helen Bidou, then you’ll love this interview with Gerry Masi. You’ll also be excited by the news that Gerry Masi is our guest comedian for the September 9 – 13 stand-up comedy course in Adelaide. Get coached in a supportive environment, with guest comedian Gerry Masi, and resident comedy coach, Glynn Nicholas, over five evenings at The Archer in North Adelaide. The early bird price is about to end, so don’t miss out.

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