[1 Dec 2014 | No Comment | ]
The Sketch He Had To Cut And Nine Other Things You Didn’t Know About Chris Lilley

To celebrate the Yuletide-friendly release of the QuicheAlicious double DVD pack featuring four discs of Ja’mie: Private School Girl and Jonah From Tonga, Pedestrian gabbed about shelved sketches, production turmoil and intense displays of fandom with its creator for almost an hour but for the sake of your longterm eyesight have distilled the chat into ten things you might not know about Chris Lilley. Starting with:
1) He reads your comments, appreciates your Summer Heights Heights inspired Halloween costumes.
I forgot it was Halloween and I’ve been running this Chris Lilley …

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[28 Oct 2015 | No Comment | ]

The Stafford Brothers are excited to release of the brand new music video for their explosive single, ‘When You Feel This’ featuring Jay Sean & Rick Ross, which is available to purchase now.
The video is written by, directed by and stars Australian comedian Chris Lilley (Summer Heights High, Angry Boys, We Can Be Heroes) and takes the viewer into the dream world of a dental hygienist, where fantasy morphs with reality.
As Chris Lilley explains, “We’ve all listened to a song and drifted off into thinking we are the stars of …

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[1 Dec 2014 | No Comment | ]
The Sketch He Had To Cut And Nine Other Things You Didn’t Know About Chris Lilley

To celebrate the Yuletide-friendly release of the QuicheAlicious double DVD pack featuring four discs of Ja’mie: Private School Girl and Jonah From Tonga, Pedestrian gabbed about shelved sketches, production turmoil and intense displays of fandom with its creator for almost an hour but for the sake of your longterm eyesight have distilled the chat into ten things you might not know about Chris Lilley. Starting with:
1) He reads your comments, appreciates your Summer Heights Heights inspired Halloween costumes.
I forgot it was Halloween and I’ve been running this Chris Lilley …

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[17 Aug 2014 | No Comment | ]
Review: Chris Lilley’s ‘Jonah from Tonga’ needs to be seen at once

BRUCE R. MILLER

HBO executives might want to take a page from Netflix’s playbook and air some of their series all at once.
Case in point: “Jonah from Tonga,” a new miniseries from the talented Chris Lilley that doesn’t have enough heft in each episode to prompt weekly return visits.
If the episodes were shown in bulk, the whole would have an amazing impact. Certainly last week’s opener – which combined two installments into one – is a good example.
Because Lilley stealthily makes his point over the scope of the whole series, you …

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[11 Aug 2014 | No Comment | ]
Chris Lilley Is the Center of His Own Universe

By: Emily Zemler
The mega-famous (in Australia) comedian has built an empire by spinning off characters from shows starring, well, him.
Australian comedian Chris Lilley has made an entire career of out endlessly spinning off his own TV shows. His latest, Jonah From Tonga, revisits the renegade teen Jonah Takalua who found himself kicked out of school at the end of Lilley’s 2007 comedy Summer Heights High, which in turn featured the effeminate drama teacher Mr. Gregson from the previous series Big Bite. For Lilley, who seemingly has an endless supply …

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[4 Jul 2014 | No Comment | ]
Chris Lilley interview: “There are a lot of guys in dresses in Australia…”

By Steven MacKenzie
BBC Three comedy hit Chris Lilley talks sitcom research, ‘hot’ Ja’mie – and his effect upon Australian education
Your two recent series on BBC Three have seen you play Ja’mie and Jonah, two high school kids in Australia. Do you feel more freedom being other people than yourself? No. Well, I guess. I’ve got to do things that are unusual. I’ve got a bunch of friends who are girls… Wait, I’m trying to say this without sounding weird. You are in school uniform, Ja’mie is having a …

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[25 May 2014 | No Comment | ]
GQ&A with Chris Lilley

He’s taken dick jokes and FOB slurs from mid-week ABC timeslots to HBO and the BBC. He’s gifted the bitch-lexicon a word – quiche – whose levels of popularity haven’t been seen since Tina Fey’s Mean Girls.
Beginning with his razor-sharp satire of Australian of the Year nominees, We Can Be Heroes, Chris Lilley has made episodic mockumentary a genre of his own. And, hands-down, he’s our country’s best comedy export right now, especially considering he’s shopping an unabashedly Australian brand of humour – not affecting an American accent in an …

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