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Carl Barron
Birth name Carl Barron
Born 11 June 1964
Longreach, Queensland, Australia
Medium television
Nationality Australian
Years active 1993 - present
Genres observational humour
Website carlbarron.com

Carl Barron (born 11 June 1964) is an Australian comedian. His style is based on observational humour. He was born in Longreach, Queensland, the son of a sheep shearer, and formerly worked as an apprentice roof tiler. Barron has released three DVDs, entitled Carl Barron LIVE!, Carl Barron: Whatever Comes Next and Carl Barron: Walking Down The Street. In 1993 he was voted 'Comic of the Year' and 'Best Up and Coming Talent' and has since made many TV appearances in commercials and on shows such as Rove and Thank God You're Here. Barron made his first television appearance on the NRL Footy Show in 1997. One of his perpetual jokes is that several people have mistaken him for people such as Australian musician Paul Kelly. He famously stated "I reckon if Paul Kelly and Gandhi had a baby, I'd be it!". He commonly has sell-out shows at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival.

Barron has been very successful in Australia with the DVD release of Carl Barron LIVE! going four times platinum, making it the most successful Australian comedy DVD in Australian history. On his most recent tour to the Sydney Opera House he sold out shows continuously.

Barron can play the piano to some extent. He also does a lot of walking and has named his new show Walking Down The Street. He enjoys tennis, studying French, travelling and is currently working on a novel.

Barron has recently begun appearing in commercials in the Newcastle and Hunter areas of New South Wales for local credit union Hunter Mutual.

More recently, he has appeared in Good News Week, Out of the Question, Thank God You're Here and several episodes of Rove.

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Carl Barron (born 1964) is an Australian comedian. His style is based on observational humour.

I was asked by a waitress, with a straight face she said "Would you care for an orange juice?". I said "If it needed me". "Is it going to be alright?"

-Carl Barron Live

I saw a bloke the other day talking to himself. So I tried to listen but I couldn't hear him. But the weird part is while I was watching him I was going "That bloke's bloody talkin' to himself over there." There's another bloke looking at me going "That bloke's bloody talkin' to himself over there."

-Carl Barron Live

I'll never forget the day my mum said "Carl when I was your age I used to go to the movies with a bottle of water and some Sayo's." I was thinking "Shit. Mum's a loser." Imagine trying to crack onto someone at the movies. "G'day darl. Got a packet of Sayo's. Wash it down with a bottle of water."

-Carl Barron Live

Have you ever done those Coca-Cola burps that come out of your nose and eyeballs? You think a burp looks bad! Someone's just thinking "Shit what's wrong with his head."

-Carl Barron Live

You know those people who let their yawn out and they keep talkin'. "Yeah Tuesday would be pretty good (continues talking while yawning)" "Yeah no worries."

-Carl Barron Live

I love tea. Mmmm. I know I'm getting old because I'm startin' get excited about tea. Just sitting in the loungeroom bored ya no. Somebody goes "You want a cup of tea?" and I go "Oar he hor." Start feeling a little bit depressed when it gets to the bottom, I think to myself I'll just make myself another cup, I can feel happy again.

-Carl Barron Live

Sometimes you're talkin' and a little bit of spit flies out. You see it floating in the sky and land on 'em. You both see it happen and you go "Ooooh" you're thinkin' "Woops I got him!" He's thinking "Woops he got me!" But no one says anything. Because it's a secret. If his spit lands on me I don't do anything, I don't wipe it straight away, because I don't wanna embarass them. Hey, I've got his spit on my face and I'm worried about his feelings. You go "Sorry Carl" and I go "Nah, nah it's alright, I love being spat on."

-Carl Barron Live

I hate dates. I sit at home all day, and I don't fart once. I go on a date and I've got twenty in the bank straight away.

-Carl Barron Live

Do you do those secret farts at the supermarket. Quickly piss off to another aisle.

-Carl Barron Live

My friends like to tell me before they fart like it's important. They get really excited, like I wanna know about it. "Jeez I'm gonna fart." "Don't do it in here ya dickhead there's no windows." Or they tell you after they've done it. "I just farted." But nobody ever tell's you while their doing it. That'd be a bit weird going "I'm farting! (Pause) Still goin'!"

-Carl Barron Live

My dad was proud of himself when he farted. He sounds like he's strangling a chicken when he farts.

-Carl Barron Live








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