Hosts


  • Dave Bloustien

    Dave Bloustien has hosted 11 episodes.

    Dave Bloustien is an improvisor, stand-up comedian, writer and educator.
    His sell-out solo shows, and significant body of work have made him one of Sydney's most sought-after writers and teachers.

    Dave has written for The Glasshouse with Wil Anderson, Good News Week with Paul McDermott and Randling.

    He is a massive Twin Peaks fan and is looking forward to the return of Twin Peaks.

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  • Navleen Prasad

    Navleen Prasad has hosted 11 episodes.

    Navleen Prasad is a writer, singer, performer. As a comic improviser, she is a two-times Theatresports Cranston Cup grand finalist and has performed at Belvoir Street Theatre. As a singer, she has appeared at Sydney’s cult cabaret venue the Django Bar. Nav is a corporate writer and, after a five-year hiatus, is about to relaunch her writing blog, madamwordsmith.com.

    Twin Peaks was the start of a 25-year love affair with David Lynch. To this day, Nav has a girl crush on Audrey Horne and is scared witless by BOB.

    Nav also dabbles as a baker and makes a cherry pie that would put the RR Diner to shame.

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  • Phil Willis

    Phil Willis has hosted 11 episodes.

    Phil Willis is a writer, educator and former producer of one of Australia's most downloaded podcasts: Chat 10 Looks 3.

    The son of a pentecostal preacher, he has performed Beethoven at the Sydney Opera House, run multiple marathons, animated dancing penguins on Happy Feet Two, and he once beat a US chess Grandmaster in a simultaneous exhibition match by using M&Ms as a bribe.

    But mostly he's a high school mathematics teacher who struggles to find socks that match when dressing in the morning.

    Phil loves David Lynch and the world of Twin Peaks and is thrilled to be joined by such incredible collaborators and friends in this endeavour.

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  • Steve Lynch

    Steve Lynch has hosted 11 episodes.

    Steve Lynch is a writer/comedian from Sydney. He started out in improv comedy, where he won the Theatresports Cranston Cup, was runner up in the Australian National Theatresports Championships, performed in multiple Melbourne Comedy Festivals and at iOWest in Los Angeles and the Upright Citizens Brigade in New York City. He then moved into stand up, which led him to perform at the Comedy Store in Hollywood California. He has written for numerous TV shows including Wednesday Night Fever, The Glasshouse, Double Take, Comedy Inc and Marx & Venus. He’s been cut out of Star Wars Episode II and has stayed the night at the Great Northern.

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