Produced by Bengar Films in Melbourne, The Intolerant Cooks is Australia's newest travel cooking series exploring full-flavoured, nutrient dense solutions for those with food sensitivities. From new recipes to food health, using right equipment and meeting the finest food producers in amazing locations.
Runtime: 30 minutes
The Intolerant Cooks - Tracy Bartram - Netflix
Tracy Bartram (born 17 June, London, UK) is an Australian comedian, radio personality and singer. Although born in the UK, she grew up and resides in Melbourne, Australia. She began performing stand-up comedy in 1989 while working in sales and marketing. Her first gig was a ten-minute stand-up comedy stint at the Hilton Hotel.
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Tracy Bartram began her stand up comedy career in 1989 at a try out night at the Hilton Hotel in Melbourne, after a successful career in sales and marketing. Bartram writes and produces her own shows. In 1990 she launched “My Life Through the Eyes of a 60's Child”, followed in 1992 by “Lipstick on the Wattle” and in 1993 by “Tracy Bartram After Dark”. Other shows that she's written include “Six Foot Silly and Sexy” 1994 (Adelaide, Melbourne & Perth), “Six Foot Silly and Six Months Pregnant” 1994 (Edinburgh Fringe), “Discovering My Roots” 1998, a musical performance backed by a seven piece band, “Rawhide” 2001, “Tracy Bartram Live” 2003. “Tracy Bartram Live” was recorded and released as a CD through Shock Records in 2004. She is a comedian, author, singer, radio broadcaster, keynote speaker, MC and activist. In 2004 after leaving Fox FM, she was part of an ensemble cast, in the World Premiere of “Minefields and Miniskirts”. The same year her show, “Illegally Blonde”, which premiered at the 2004 Melbourne International Comedy Festival and then went to Edinburgh in 2004. “Illegally Blonde” toured regional Victoria in June 2006. A popular corporate MC, Bartram hosted the Melbourne Jazz Festival Opening Ceremony and the Melbourne Jazz Awards 'The Bells' from 2003– 2010. In 2008 she performed in “Mums The Word 2 – Teenagers” in its Sydney and Perth seasons. In 2009, she formed her own band, Tracy Bartram & Her Man Band*. She hires jazz musicians as both comedy and jazz improvised. She interprets classic pop songs into jazz tunes. Her band consists of piano, drums, guitar & vocals.
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