Kitty Flanagan is one of Australia’s best-known comedians. She has played clubs and theatres all over the world and tours Australia relentlessly, taking her award-winning stand-up shows to regional arts centres and theatres everywhere.
Kitty is a writer and performer, and can be seen regularly on the comedy/quiz show, Have You Been Paying Attention? She is also co-writer, co-director, and star of the hit comedy series Fisk on the ABC, which recently won two AACTA awards for Best Comedy Performer and Best Narrative Comedy as well as a 2022 and 2023 Silver Logie Award for Most Popular Actress. She played Rhonda, the annoying PR woman, that everybody loved to hate on the highly acclaimed series, Utopia. Her segments on The Project and The Weekly with Charlie Pickering are still some of the shows’ most popular clips with millions of views on Youtube.
Her best-selling book 488 Rules for Life won multiple awards, including Australian Book of the Year. To date it has sold over 150,000 copies and is still selling well. Following this success, the world changed, and Kitty realised she had more work to do and more rules to give and released the perfect companion volume, More Rules for Life – another bestseller.
Kitty lives with her cat, two dogs and an awesome mandarin tree. Her favourite food is soup – currently in rotation are a gorgeous carrot, butterbean & coconut delight, a comforting fennel & brown rice crowd-pleaser and a creamy, red lentil & roasted capsicum bowl of deliciousness. Feel free to hit her up for a recipe anytime.
It’s the sweet and salty roundabout – get on board with Possum and The Big Guy!!!
In the car on the way back from a gig in Lorne, Dave O’Neil and Kitty Flanagan discovered a mutual admiration for the salty and sweet junk foods.
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Hey friends, animal lovers and crazy cat people…
Exciting news, I just became an ambassador for a brilliant cat charity called Ninth Life Foundation. I’m not sure if I get a crown or a fancy robe or special privileges on planes but I do know that Ninth Life are good people. They rehome and also take care of older cats, cats with high-care, health issues as well as abandoned cats. As an older Kitty with a few issues myself, I thought this was the perfect charity for me.
For more information about Ninth Life Foundation, to see their latest rescues or to make a donation big or small click HERE
Love and meow meows
Artie Laing at A-List Entertainment
Phone: +61 2 95600600
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