After rising to fame as a comedian and television writer for the Australian program The Ronnie Johns Half Hour, this entertainer became the lead vocalist for a comedic rock band called The Axis of Awesome.
He came up with the idea for The Ronnie Johns Half Hour while performing with a collegiate sketch comedy troupe called The 3rd Degree.
The music video for his Axis of Awesome parody track, "4 Chords," went viral shortly after being posted on YouTube.
He grew up in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
He appeared with Rachel Griffiths in the 2012 film Underground: The Julian Assange Story.