Here is a comedian with a fresh supply of free-flow laughs with every breath he takes. You really need to be alert when you watch this quick-witted comedian, because Rozenbachs delivers his one-liners like the rapid fire of a machine-gun. He converts a perfectly normal situation into a hilarious event. Although his language is a bit on the rough side, Adam Rozenbachs is a highly talented and accomplished comedian, who has achieved a lot within a span of just a few years of his career.
Adam Rozenbachs performs regularly in Melbourne comedy circles, often accompanied by fellow comedians, Dave Hughes and Adam Hills. He is seen frequently on “Spicks & Specks” as well, and is a regular on “The Comedy Channel’s Stand Up Australia”. He also features in quite a few radio performances like ABC 774 Drive and Triple M Hot Breakfast.
Everyone has a skeleton in their closet, and Adam Rozenbachs is no exception. Rozenbachs’s battle with the bottle is public knowledge, and he did go through a dark phase when he was into heavy drinking. But Adam Rozenbachs is a fighter and an optimist, which was how he managed to fight this battle and win it. His show “Breaking Booze” stands testimony to his successful exit from alcoholism, and though this show, Rozenbachs brings out the lighter side of being a tippler and then quitting. He also puts the message forth, loud and clear to others, “DO NOT EVER DO THAT”.
Apart from stand-up comedy, Adam Rozenbachs is also a prolific writer, and his writing work is well-received throughout Australia. He has written for episodes of “Spicks and Specks” and has also written for Beat and Metro magazine and for the Nine Network on the shows “Russell Gilbert Live”, “Russell Gilbert was here” and for “After the Game” and “Skithouse” of Ten Network. He wrote for a period of eleven years for “Before the Game” a popular Network Ten football show. Rozenbachs is a regular columnist for the Herald Sun, the Sunday Age, and Men’s Fitness.
Adam Rozenbachs is also available for corporate events, and has performed for some prominent Australian corporate companies like The Melbourne and North Melbourne Football Club’s president’s lunches, Optus and the Animals Asia Foundation. Other companies include The Victorian Labor Party, Heinz, Nova and the Great Grand Final Comedy Debate. Rozenbachs has dedicated individual performances to the AFL Chairman Mike Fitzpatrick and the CEO of the same organization, Andrew Demetriou.
“Rozenbachs gave the packed house every reason to be cracked up for the best part of an hour. His take on life as a single, then with a girlfriend, and then single, and then possibly with a girlfriend before definitely being left alone, was a hoot.” Singledumber – Herald Sun, April 2011.
“Razor-sharp banter with his audience… there’s plenty of laughs waiting for you…” Sunday Herald Sun
“…an unexpected surprise at the Great Grand Final Comedy Debate and we would have no hesitation in employing his services again. Adam was unknown to most of our guests prior to the event, however they are all well aware of him now.” – Essendon Grand Final Comedy Debate