Hamish Blake

Biography: Hamish Blake is an Australian comedian.

Hamish's adventure into the world of comedy began when he began broadcasting a no-budget show called Radio Karate with friend Andy Lee. Although they only had an audience of about 8000 people, one fan was Guy Rundle - the executive producer of 'I'm Spartacus', an independent comedy production company - who saw something in their "charm and invention". After only 6 half-hour episodes of Radio Karate, Hamish and Andy were offered their own sketch comedy series on Channel Seven. Since then, Hamish (sometimes with, sometimes without Andy) has had radio spots hosting the Almost Midday show on Fox FM, and appeared on various television shows including Spicks and Specks, Australia's Brainiest Comedian, Thank God You're Here and Joker Poker - where comedians go head to head in Texas Hold 'em (Hamish was eliminated first). With Andy Lee, Hamish developed a comedy program for Channel Ten, called Real Stories - a parody current affairs
Hamish Blake is an Australian comedian.

Hamish's adventure into the world of comedy began when he began broadcasting a no-budget show called Radio Karate with friend Andy Lee. Although they only had an audience of about 8000 people, one fan was Guy Rundle - the executive producer of 'I'm Spartacus', an independent comedy production company - who saw something in their "charm and invention".

After only 6 half-hour episodes of Radio Karate, Hamish and Andy were offered their own sketch comedy series on Channel Seven.

Since then, Hamish (sometimes with, sometimes without Andy) has had radio spots hosting the Almost Midday show on Fox FM, and appeared on various television shows including Spicks and Specks, Australia's Brainiest Comedian, Thank God You're Here and Joker Poker - where comedians go head to head in Texas Hold 'em (Hamish was eliminated first).

With Andy Lee, Hamish developed a comedy program for Channel Ten, called Real Stories - a parody current affairs program that was highly successful.
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Hamish Blake's Scores

  • TV
Average career score: 48
Highest Metascore: 48 The Jay Leno Show : Season 1
Lowest Metascore: 48 The Jay Leno Show : Season 1
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 0 out of 1
  2. Negative: 0 out of 1
1 tv review
Title: Year: Credit: User score:
48 The Jay Leno Show : Season 1 Sep 14, 2009 Correspondent 3.6
tbd Spicks & Specks: Season 4 Feb 6, 2008 Himself tbd
tbd Thank God You're Here (UK): Season 1 Jan 12, 2008 Recurring Role tbd
tbd Spicks & Specks: Season 3 Feb 14, 2007 Himself tbd
tbd Real Stories: Season 1 Aug 22, 2006 Various tbd
tbd Spicks & Specks: Season 2 Feb 15, 2006 Himself tbd
tbd Spicks & Specks: Season 1 Feb 9, 2005 Himself tbd