Jonathan Biggins is a writer, corporate MC and speaker, performer and broadcaster. As a corporate MC and speaker, Jonathan has hosted two televised AFI Awards, six APRA Awards (the awards night for the nation’s songwriters), The 2007 Helpmann Awards, Product Launch events, several national and three international conferences for AMP.
Jonathan Biggins has also made many appearances for KPMG, ICI, Commonwealth Bank, ABN-AMRO and the Art Gallery of NSW.
Jonathan Biggins is the master is satire - a speaker who captivates and entertains with his insightful, witty commentary.
Jonathan Biggins has worked for all the state theatre companies in productions ranging from David Williamson’s Soulmates to West Side Story. 2003 saw his debut with Opera Australia in Orpheus in the Underworld - he also co-wrote a new adaptation of the libretto. Jonathan Biggins has hosted the afternoon radio shift for Sydney’s 702, co-wrote and performed in Three Men and a Baby Grand for ABC TV and hosted Critical Mass, the ABC’s weekly arts programme. In 2007 he was a guest on Spicks and Specks.
Jonathan Biggins is Director of Revue for the Sydney Theatre Company, featuring in (among others) the sell-out Sunday in Iraq With George, Stuff All Happens and Revue sans Frontieres. In 2007 Jonathan toured nationally as Peter Sellers in Ying Tong, and in 2008 he completed another tour for the STC’s Wharf Revue.
As a writer, Jonathan Biggins writes for Fairfax’s Good Weekend magazine, Australian Wine Selector and is the author of two books: As it Were and The 700 Habits of Highly Ineffective People (released in October 2007).