Mandy Nolan – Bio
Mandy Nolan is a stand-up comedian, journalist, scriptwriter and respected artist. In her early stand-up career she worked alongside internationally acclaimed celebrities such as Whoopi Goldberg and Eartha Kit. Since then she has supported Wil Anderson, Dave Hughes, Fiona O’Loughlin, Tom Gleeson, Akmal, Charlie Pickering, Arj Barker and almost every high-profile comedian in the country. Mandy currently writes for Prevention magazine and The Byron Shire Echo, along with a regular segment on the Mamamia network. She performs stand-up regularly around Australia solo and with fellow comedian and author Ellen Briggs in their award-winning show Women Like Us. She is the author of 4 books. Mandy and her husband have five children aged two to 15 and live in Byron Bay.
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Mandy Nolan’s subjects include family relationships, home building (the downsides of), parenting, dealing with ex-partners and dysfunctional families, and feminism. Author of What I Would Do If I Were You, Home truths, Boyfriends We’ve All Had and Women Like Us (with Ellen Briggs)