MELANIE BRACEWELL COMEDY APPRENTICE

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She says her dad, who introduced her to comedy through the likes of Bill Hicks, Richard Pryor and Monty Python, wants her to change the world with comedy. It’s something she knows well, working in a job that is male-dominated and where the loudest voices often belong to the boys, both on stage and in the audience. But I managed to get a few jokes in. I know I’m not there yet, but…,” she trails off. Since that fateful decision, prompted by friends telling her she should move the one-liners she was throwing out on Twitter to the stage, she has taken her humour to fans IRL, as well as radio and television. You may as well say you want to be the best comedian in the entire world – there’s no harm in saying that except for people saying, be more humble, but if you’re just making that your goal.

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Comdey says those kind of comments show that no matter how good she and other women might be at this job, there are always people sitting in the audience not prepared to laugh – simply because she is not a man. I told all my friends to please vote for my daughter to right my wrongs. Royals Flower arranging and cute cookies: Comedian Melanie Bracewell has added another string to her bow in – working on Jemaine Clement’s new show, Paranormal Unit.

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She describes herself as a bit of a human Swiss Army knife. New Zealand Woman’s Weekly.

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Melanie entered the Comedy Apprentice competition on a whim, spurred apprenticf by her friends, and was shocked to get a good result. Since that fateful decision, prompted by friends telling her she should move the one-liners she was throwing out on Twitter to the stage, she has taken her humour to fans IRL, as well as radio and television.

You may as well say you want to be the best comedian in the entire world – there’s no harm in saying that except for people saying, be more humble, but if you’re just making that your goal.

Her ultimate goal right now is writing for the likes of political late night American television host John Oliver, who is known for tackling the big topics front on.

I used to sometimes dress up for comedy, but I felt like it was [making it] more likely I’d get those comments, so I actually dress down, more casual.

Melanie has her hilarious mum Lynette to thank for influencing her sense of humour. Then there are the people who just don’t think women can be funny. She says it feels like a lifetime – and like no time at all. So it’s a shame – it perpetuates the cycle of there being less women in comedy.

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Now To Love Feb 21, The rise and rise of Kiwi comedian Melanie Bracewell. With a corporate gig alongside Paul Ego planned for the near future, and several shows booked at the Classic, Melanie plans to keep writing and performing to see where her sense of humour takes her.

Not because she has any doubt about her ability to make people laugh, but because her own family neglected to vote for her. I know I’m not there yet, but…,” she trails off.

He legitimately wants me to be talking about the hardest issues in comedy and take down ‘The Man’. It’s a shame we have to do that.

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Bracewell is joined by team mate Jason Hoyte for the festive quiz show, Quizmas.

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