Josh Earl is an award-winning comedian, TV host, and creator of the hugely successful and hilarious podcast Don’t You Know Who I Am?
Josh is one of this country’s most versatile stand-up comedians, whether it is writing award winning shows about the Australian Women’s Weekly Children’s Cake Book or ditching his guitar and wowing sell out audiences around the country with his real life tale Talks about his decade long speech therapy sessions and wild family history. He has performed 12 full hour stand up shows at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival as well three hugely successful comedy shows for children which sold out seasons at both the Sydney and Brisbane Arts Festivals.
As a panellist on TV Josh has more than proven himself with spots on Talking About Your Generation, Guest spots on The Project or on Spicks and Specks, a spot so memorable the producers brought him back to host the show two years later. He has also been seen on The Cheap Seats, Backseat Drivers, The MICF Allstars Gala, Comedy Uplate and Stand and Deliver (ABC3).
For the last 7 years Josh has been the host, writer, editor, and creator of the hugely successful podcast Don’t You Know Who I Am which has had over 3 million downloads and hosted the biggest names in comedy including James Acaster, Hannah Gadsby, Ronny Chieng and many many more. He has also been a Breakfaster on 3RRRFM in Melbourne as well as hosting the Australian music show Test Pattern. He has also been heard regularly on ABC774, Triple J, Nova and Fox Fm
As a writer, Josh has one of the sharpest minds in the country. From 2009-2013 he, and co-host Damien Lawlor, wrote for the cult Triple R show Lime Champions, an hour worth of sketches every week shared by just the two of them. In 2014, not only did he host ABCTV’s Spicks and Specks but he also wrote for it. And since 2016 he has been one of the writers for Channel Ten’s The Project. In print Josh was also a weekly columnist from 2014-2016 for News Corp, as well as contributing to Frankie Magazine, Penthouse and The Sunday Age.