Dave Warneke is an award nominated (and losing) comedian, podcaster and producer from Melbourne. Over the last decade he has toured shows to dozens of podcast, writers, fringe, music, film, arts and comedy festivals across Australia - including the last eleven Melbourne International Comedy Festivals. You might have seen his mug on TV- he's appeared on ABC shows The Librarians and Upper Middle Bogan and on Channel Nine's True Story with Hamish & Andy.
As co-host of Do Go On, Dave has been voted 'Best Report Giver' four years in a row. Meaning he's now just an Emmy, Grammy, Oscar and a Tony away from completing the EGOT. He's also spun-off into the world of literature with Book Cheat, the book club podcast where he's read the classics so you don't have to.
Dave's day job is as the Comedy Producer on Network Ten's current affairs panel program 'The Project'. He regularly works with comedians Peter Helliar, Tommy Little, Rove McManus, Claire Hooper and Susie Youssef. He's literally the voice behind segments such as "Aw Nuts", "Dogs Do the Darndest Things" and "Dogs Do the Darndest Things: Cat Edition".
If you've got this far, you might be interested to know Dave also runs a pie-stagram @davewarneke. That's an Instagram consisting solely of photos of him eating pies. It competes with @LeBeanBoy on Twitter for his most inane food-themed social media account.
Do Go On is a fact based comedy podcast hosted by Melbourne comedians Matt Stewart, Jess Perkins and Dave Warneke. Each week they take it in turns to research a topic and then report back to the class.
The book club podcast where Dave Warneke has read the book so you don’t have to.
The podcast that explores the films of the world's greatest actor Brendan Fraser.
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