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Michelle is a Melbourne based singer, writer, actor and comedian.

The most recent addition to the cast of Shaun Micallef’s Mad As Hell, Michelle is a Melbourne based singer, writer, actor, radio presenter and comedian. She has featured as a vocalist on Channel 9’s The Today Show and appear in ABC’s critically acclaimed series UtopiaWhovians and Get Krackin’. Michelle is one of the featured comedy creators for Foxtel and Princess Pictures The Slot (The Comedy Channel).

Michelle has been lauded for her frequent collaborations with Aunty Donna, most recently on Glennridge Secondary College and as a writer and vocalist on their Aria nominated Album and accompanying Australian tour.

Together with Laura Frew, (as Double Denim) Michelle was nominated for the Golden Gibbo award at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival in both 2017 and 2018 ultimately taking out the Director’s Choice award for Double Denim Adventure Show in 2018 as well as winning Best Newcomer at Sydney Comedy Festival. Michelle has performed at major music festivals, Splendour in the Grass and Falls Festival, appeared on National Wrap, ABC Next Gen and appears as Gretchen in the award winning feature film, The Merger. She can currently be heard popping up on the airwaves on the Hit Network.

“An anarchic imp full of childish mischief and coquettish hypnotism. With an excellent singing voice and the ability to make the word ‘yes’ hilarious, Brasier is intensely watchable”The Skinny (UK)

“Anyone who can get through thirty seconds of this fabulous show without emitting at least one hearty chuckle might need to check for a pulse.” – Herald Sun (For Double Denim Adventure Show)

“One heck of a voice…could lift even the dullest of days!” – Squirrel Comedy

“Artfully awkward comedy…It’s ridiculously fun.” –

“Michelle Brasier is as funny as she is vocally talented” –


  • Director’s Choice Award Melbourne International Comedy Festival, 2018
  • Best Newcomer Award Sydney Comedy Festival, 2018

Award Nominations

  • Golden Gibbo Melbourne International Comedy Festival, 2017
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