Trevor Marmalade is not only an unforgettable performer, but how could you forget the name? Trevor has become a household name over the last few years, claiming recognition from a variety of television and radio shows.
Trevor began his career performing stand up comedy over 15 years ago. Due to his quick wit and keen knowledge of sport, Trevor moved on to help create, write and perform on radio shows such as Punter to Punter, Kick to Kick, Coodabeen Champions, 3LO Footy Forum, and Neil Mitchell Drive Time.
Together with Eddie McGuire, Trevor originally formed The Grill Team. This sports and comedy show aired on Triple M Melbourne on Saturday mornings. Due to the show’s overwhelming success, Triple M moved The Grill Team to a regular Monday to Friday drive time slot.
Trevor has performed stand up comedy at all major comedy rooms throughout Australia including Last Laugh, Comedy Store, Comedy Club, theaters in every state, countless hotels, clubs and private functions and all comedy festivals.
Trevor is also renowned as a director of live comedy shows and is often head-hunted to do so. He has been involved as a writer for successful television shows such as Comedy Club, The Big Gig, Larger than Life and Hey, Hey It’s Saturday and wrote the successful pantomime Hey Hey It’s Cinderella performed at The Palais Theatre in Melbourne during 1996/1997.
Nationally, Trevor’s profile sky rocketed since he played the live cross man on “Hey, Hey It’s Saturday”
In 1994 he took on the role as the man behind the bar on the top rating Channel Nine “The Footy Show”. The show has been an enormous success and Trevor has never looked back.
After all Trevor’s writing experience he decided to publish a book titled “Any Danger?” which was a best seller, giving an insight into Trevor’s humorous slant on life.