Nathan Lentern

Nathan Lentern is a writer and comedian based in Western Sydney who has appeared on Sunrise and in The Daily Telegraph.  Nathan began performing stand up in 2012 and quickly impressed with his witty and amusing observations about Australian politics.  In 2014 he teamed up with fellow comedians Jonas Holt and Brent Thorpe to perform their first annual political revue “Australia Votes 2013”.  The team have since united to perform “Year of the Abbott” and “Book of Kevin” and have been described by the Sydney Arts Guide as “a model of great satire.”

In 2014 Lentern launched the satirical website “The (un) Australian” which has since attracted praise from the likes of Wil Anderson, Peter Berner and, on one occasion, William Shatner.  Lentern now serves as editor of The (un) Australian. In May 2016 he stared in The (un) Australian’s first live show “Live and Libellous”.  Nathan is also an accomplished impressionist whose impression of former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd has been featured on stage, radio and television.  He also performs regularly as former NSW Premier as Bob Carr, and current federal Minister Christopher Pyne.

Lentern is in a homosexual relationship, a topic which features regularly in his stand up although not when his boyfriend is in the audience.

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Nathan Lentern Comedy Shows

Year-of-the-Abbott Australia-Votes-2016
Year of The Abbott
Australia Votes
Written: 2014 Written: 2013-2016
First Performed:
Sydney Fringe Festival 2014
First Performed:
Sydney Fringe Festival 2013
Performed: 2014 Performed: 2013-2016
Performed at:
Sydney Fringe Festival 2014
Performed at:
Sydney Fringe Festival 2013

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Book-of-Kevin Live and Libellous
The Book of Kevin Live and Libellous
Written: 2015 Written: 2016
First Performed:
Bondi Feast Festival 2015
First Performed:
Sydney Comedy Festival 2016
Performed: 2015 Performed: 2016
Performed at:
Bondi Feast Festival 2015
GleeBooks 2015
Performed at:
Sydney Comedy Festival 2016

 

Other Media Coverage:

Daily Telegraph Article

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