The answer to that question is the same for everyone.
You don’t choose to become a comedian.
It’s a lifelong commitment.
You get to decide when you go to school and who you want to be.
That choice can be personal, or it can be a part of your career.
When I first started school, I was told that I would be in comedy for the rest of my life.
And I am.
I got the chance to do a lot of comedy shows in the school and I loved doing it.
It was an amazing experience.
Now, I am more than happy to spend the rest in comedy.
I’m always going to be a comedian, whether it’s as a child or as an adult.
I have a lot more comedy stories to tell.
I’ve written some really great comedy scripts and it has made me a better person.
It has been a very rewarding time.
There’s no one way to go about it.
I’m a lot like many people when it comes to my comedy.
There’s a lot to learn and a lot I want to get better at.
I can always look to my dad for guidance.
It’s about being yourself.
It takes a lot, but you get to be yourself.
You need to get away from your computer and go somewhere to write.
I love to write and I love being surrounded by great writers.
You have to make the most of your time, and you can’t just sit down to write stuff.
A lot of times you are going to get stuck and then the rest will take care of itself.
Being able to get into an audience can be really rewarding.
I loved it when people would come up to me and ask if I was going to do any live shows.
I would say ‘yes’ and then they would go away.
One of the things I really love about comedy is the spontaneity.
It doesn’t have to be scripted.
It can be spontaneous.
You can come up with something as a joke, then you can make it into a live show, or you can put it on YouTube and have a million people watch it.
Comedy is a great way to get people out to the country and to learn more about Australia.
It is a way of connecting people, and showing them that you are the same person that you were in the past.
If you are looking for more information about the ABC’s comedy channel, click here.