2016 Choppers Republic of Anzakistan 'Guy Montgomery'
Laughing Stock Productions Pty Ltd
2015 7 Days, 'Recurring Panelist'
2015 Old Mout Cider Comedy Gala, 'Comedian'
2015 Best Bits, 'Guest Panelist' (recurring)
The Down Low Concept
2014 AotearoHA Driving Stories, 'Comedian'
2014 AotearoaHA The Billy T Awards, 'Comedian'
Guy Montgomery is an award-winning comedian, improviser and screenwriter, who is tragically best known as co-host of the international smash podcast 'The Worst Idea of All Time'. (LA Podfest 2015, Now Hear This Fest 2016, over 6 million downloads, features on; AV Club, VICE, BBC4, the Guardian (UK) and sold out shows in LA, New York, Portland and San Francisco.)
A stand-up comedian in the style of everyone you like, his surreal style of bemoaning the everyday has fast won him praise and awards in his native New Zealand and as far west of New Zealand as Australia.
Guy is a core cast member of SNORT, the smash hit weekly improvised show that has regularly sold out shows at the Basement Theatre for the last three years won Best Ensemble Cast at the Auckland Theatre Awards 2014.
Guy has featured in Just For Laughs Sydney (2016), the New Zealand Comedy Gala (2015, 2016), the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, and was chosen to tour on the Melbourne International Comedy Festival Roadshow 2016.
Guy has written and hosted 60 episodes of Fail Army for TV3 and was the former host and writer of U late on TVNZU. He is a member of Prime Rib who were Auckland Winners and National Runner Up at the HP48 Hours 2016. He also writes a weekly newsletter and is a contributor for Comedy Central Australia.
He has been on TV, the radio and the internet, a genuine triple threat.
WINNER Billy T Award 2014, New Zealand International Comedy Festival.
Nominated Best Newcomer 2016, Melbourne International Comedy Festival.
In comedy you’ve either got it or you don’t. Guy Montgomery has got it…”Herald Sun, MICF 2016
Guy Montgomery is really talentedMetro Magazine
...underplayed silliness and a casual irony that makes him a very engaging presence...Chortle