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If there’s a single take away message from this interview, then it’s about embracing change. British born comedian, Jeff Green, was at the top of his game in the UK, performing as an equal with comedy greats, featuring on TV and radio, and even living next door to Ricky Gervais. His career, fame, comedy connections, and bank balance were bigger than a London double decker.

And then things changed.

In this podcast, you’ll learn how Jeff rolled with the punches, rebuilt his comedy career from scratch half a world away in Australia, and, by his admission, become a better comedian.

“Do what you’ve always done and you’ll get what you’ve always got”, is Jeff Green’s mantra. And if you’re looking for inspiration, as an new comedian, or with life in general, then I’m sure you’ll thoroughly enjoy this interview.

And if you’d like to meet Jeff and get personally coached in stand-up comedy, he’s our guest comedian for our November 25 – 29 stand-up comedy course in Melbourne.

This is a once in a lifetime opportunity, so don’t miss out.

One Response to 069: Jeff Green – Building a comedy career, twice

  1. Tommy Bissett says:

    Ive had the pleasure of putting on a show with Ben Horowitz, with Jeff Green headlining and he’s one of the best commedians ive been humbled to perform with and see live.
    Looking forward to the coarse.

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