Jamie Bowen

Profile

Comedian, MC, Speaker

Jamie Bowen has been a fixture on the NZ comedy scene for over 18 years. He’s performed in over a dozen New Zealand International Comedy Festivals and appeared all over TV on shows such as 7Days, The Comedy Gala, AotearoHa, After Hours, WannaBen, Jono’s New Show, Big Comedy Jam and more. He was one of the creators and writers for A Night At The Classic for TVNZ, co-wrote the sitcom Sunny Skies for TV3 and he’s a writer for the award-winning 7Days on TV3.

One of NZ’s most sought-after headline comedians, Jamie has also opened for Rhys Darby on his UK, Australian and New Zealand tours and he’s toured the UK, European and Australian comedy circuit extensively.

His stand-up shows Heart Goes Boom and Head Goes Bang were both nominated for the prestigious Fred Award at the NZ International Comedy Festival, and were both awarded Best Show at the New Zealand Comedy Guild Awards.

Jamie's shows are always something special, and with nearly two decades of performing under his belt, he’s a truly skilled entertainer at the top of his game.

Jamie is one of the countries most sought after comedy MCs. He is also a highly sought after Inspirational Speaker on the 'benefits of humour'. His quick-wit and on point timing make him a popular choice with Corporate Clients.

Jamie has proven he can do it all!!

Location

Auckland, New Zealand

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Skills

Comedy Host, Compere/MC, Debator, Improvisor, Keynote Speaker, Live Performance Host, MC / Stage compere, Mimic & Impersonator, Panellist, Radio Host, Reality/Entertainment Host, Speech Writer, Television

Interests

Adventure, Broadcasting, Current Affairs, Dance, Fashion, Film & Television, Food & Wine, Intrepid Travel, Music, Poetry, Quiz Shows, Research, Satire, Stand up comedy, Theatre, Travel

Publicity

Testimonials (5)

Kate Hamill - Oyster Management Christmas Party De

“Jamie was very easy going, easy to get along with and made us laugh all night! Would highly recommend for any event whether for large or small companies.”