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.