One of Australia’s most beloved comedians
As a mother of 5, Fiona O’Loughlin comedy career draws on her hilarious insights into parenthood, making her one of the most popular and relatable icons in Australian entertainment.
Fiona’s debut show ‘Fiona And Her Sister (And Some Weird Guy)’ was an instant hit, earning her the Best Newcomer award at the 2001 Melbourne International Comedy Festival.
Since then, Fiona continues to perform award-winning and sell-out shows. In 2006 she was awarded the Piece of Wood after being voted the funniest MICF show by her peers. In the following years, Fiona was again nominated for the MICF’s Barry Award for Best Show in 2007 and 2008, as well as Adelaide Comedy’s Best Visiting Comedian Award in 2013.
A beloved comedian both in and out of Australia, Fiona has appeared in many international shows, including at Los Angeles’ world-renowned Improv Comedy Club, the Edinburgh Fringe, UK’s Leicester Comedy Festival, Montreal’s exclusive Just For Laughs, as well as repeat shows in Hong Kong.
Fiona is just as funny on-screen as she is on-stage, having appeared on Australian television programs like Channel 7’s Sunrise, Network Ten’s Good News Week, ABC’s Spicks and Specks and Channel Nine’s Celebrity Apprentice.
After entertaining audiences nationwide on Channel Ten’s “I'm a Celebrity, Get Me Out Of Here”, Fiona was crowned the 2018 Queen of the Jungle.
Fiona O’Loughlin is highly sought after as a comedian and speaker. With her natural ability to engage with anyone, Fiona leaves her audience feeling entertained and inspired long after her presentation.