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Tommy Lewis (born 23 February 1985), better known as Tommy Little, is an Australian comedian, writer, television and radio presenter.
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In 2008, Tommy began writing for Channel 31's talk show, Studio A hosted by Dave Thornton and produced by RMITV. During Little's stint on cast and writing team, Studio A won two Antenna Awards for both “Program of the year” and “Best Comedy” at the 2009 Antenna Awards Ceremony. By 2010, Tommy had established himself as an important member of the cast and writing team and was promoted to host of Studio A. In 2011 after the sixth season of Studio A, RMITV management stated in a press release that they would be making changes to their Flagship Production in 2012 and announced that a new program Live on Bowen would be the show's successor. The press release stated that all current cast members of Studio A including Little were more than welcome to re-audition for their roles but according to an article published on comedy.com.au, when asked if he would consider auditioning Little laughed at the idea. In 2012, Little appeared at the Warehouse Comedy Festival, which converts an old warehouse into a pop-up comedy venue and films one-hour shows for viewing on the ABC. His show, “A Fistful of Apologies”, in which he revealed that he was completely colourblind, was later released on DVD. In 2013, Little was announced as host of Network Ten's comedy and entertainment series, A League Of Their Own and co-host of comedy chat show This Week Live alongside Dave Thornton, Tom Gleeson and Meshel Laurie. Little has been the comedic panelist on Ten's prime time entertainment news program The Project, filling the spot of regular Peter Helliar since 2014. In 2016, Little hosted Whose Line Is It Anyway? Australia, an improvisational comedy show, based on the British show of the same name on Foxtel network's The Comedy Channel. In 2018, Little made a guest appearance on Hughesy, We Have a Problem.
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