Elliot Goblet is one of the most original comedians in the history of the known universe.
He first performed in mid-1981 and in his early days he worked mainly in the comedy clubs of Melbourne & Sydney to develop a unique comedy identity. Fortunately, it was just 10 months later that he was discovered by television show host Daryl Somers and started getting regular exposure on television variety shows. He went on to perform over 60 stand-up comedy spots on Australian national television shows including Hey Hey It’s Saturday, Midday Show with Ray Martin and The Footy Show (NRL)
Elliot Goblet’s many other TV career highlights include lots of guest appearances on celebrity TV game shows and cameo appearances on shows like Swift and Shift, Pizza and Neighbours.
He has performed all over Australia and in 7 other countries including Canada at The Montreal Comedy Festival.
His other achievements include a bestselling book “Business According To Goblet” containing heavily nonsense coated business advice, an Aria nominated Album “internally berserk”, and in 2015 a collection of some of his best one liners in the Album “goblet’s greatest bits”, a regular segment on current affairs TV programs giving Elliot’s “offbeat but on target” view of the week’s news, support act for the band “America” during one of their tours around Australia, host of the Qantas in flight audio comedy channel worldwide and beyond, plus a cameo role in the film “Fat Pizza” as a pesky health inspector.
These days for Elliot Goblet (real name Jack Levi) are mainly corporate events and he has performed at over 1600 of these. Also, he is doing an increasing number of weddings as the MC and appearances at birthday parties ranging from 21sts through to 71sts. His major strength at all these events is his ability to include special material written for the event.