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Carl Barron

Touted as one of Australia's freshest comics, Carl Barron has appeared on 'The Footy Show' and 'Rove' and sells out venues both in his home country and here in New Zealand. This 70-minute show has him at his characteristic matey best. The self-professed lovechild of Paul Kelly and Gandhi, Barron has his audience in stitches from the moment he walks out on stage to ask 'How's it goin?'.

Year: 2006
Genre: Comedy Store (Stand-Up)
Country: Australia
Starring: Carl Barron
Duration: 70 Minutes
Rating: M - Contains offensive language.
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Location in store: Comedy (Stand-Up)

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