Anyone Met Any D-Gen Members?

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Re: Anyone Met Any D-Gen Members?

by Biggles » Fri Jul 16, 2021 7:00 am

As a teen newly relocated to the Gold coast, I had a VCR, no friends and plenty of time. Those late show vids were watched until they fell apart.
Lucky Grills would come into my Mcd's every few weeks when he was doing a show in town, which would have been towards the end of season 2 and Bargearse notoriety kicking off. He always picked up on me peering out at him from the kitchen and loved a chat. A supremely friendly chap.

Re: Anyone Met Any D-Gen Members?

by switchopens » Sun May 02, 2021 6:45 pm

I got to meet Judith Lucy at the Sydney Writers Festival today! ... sp=sharing

(FYI - I was bright red because I was admittedly a little star struck).

Re: Anyone Met Any D-Gen Members?

by foolhardycousingeorge » Wed Apr 27, 2016 12:29 pm

Peter Helliar, (once a guest on Thank God You're Here), attended the same gym I frequent, too.

This was around 1998 before he became famous. He was once a presenter on the same Community Radio station that I presented on.

One of my cousins worked at a hotel in East St Kilda. He lived nearby, and used to see Tony at his local cafe.

Re: Anyone Met Any D-Gen Members?

by foolhardycousingeorge » Tue May 27, 2014 1:50 pm

I used to spot Alison Whyte (Emma from Frontline) at my gym.

Re: Anyone Met Any D-Gen Members?

by Nickamc » Mon May 26, 2014 12:42 am

Doing a production of Martin McDonagh's The Leenane Trilogy with Marg Downey at 45downstairs Theatre in the city this June, excited to be working with her!

Re: Anyone Met Any D-Gen Members?

by foolhardycousingeorge » Thu Jul 04, 2013 2:01 pm

At work back in April, I mentioned to a customer about attending a show at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival.

The customer mentioned to me, that her daughter had met Judith Lucy, and added that Judith was "really lovely."

by Beros » Mon Jun 25, 2012 10:25 pm

Tony Mick & Jason were regulars at the Prince Pat's comedy night "" The Cheese Shop"" in the 90"s (both on & off the stage) - always up for a chat. Also recall Judith doing early shows there.

by VideoRodney » Thu Jun 21, 2012 1:08 pm

I met Judith Lucy in Adelaide in 2009. She was doing a photo shoot for an article in the paper about the Fringe. Lehmo was also on the shoot and he seemed really put out that (a) I didn't recognise him, and (b) I didn't really care when he introduced himself to me. Judith is lovely.

Something for Snato fans ... earlier this year, I met Santo in Sydney. He was visiting the Picasso exhibition at the Art Gallery of NSW and happened to be going into the same session I was. He is a really nice guy, and very talkative!

by Cio Cio San » Thu May 10, 2012 2:29 pm

I used to serve Tony Martin regularly at a Malvern cafe i used to work at. Around 2006/7.

And i bumped into Mick Molloy at the Sporting Club in Brunswick watching the footy (he stood with me and my mates saying funny stuff the whole game drinking beers) and when we left we bumped into him (much) later that night at rock'n'roll venue Yah-Yah's in Smith St Collingwood where he was smoking ciggies out on the footpath telling people how good Sonic Youth were. This was all 2010/2011.

Anyone Met Any D-Gen Members?

by foolhardycousingeorge » Mon May 03, 2010 10:43 am

Yes. The Kwiz is open to the public. I first found out about because Learning for Life advertised it during the 3AW Breakfast Show.
Mason Hell-Cat wrote:Good work boys! Very envious that you got to meet all those guys in one hit.
So can anyone go to this annual Kwiz?