At just 25 years old, Tommy Little was labeled "The Future Of Funny" by Beat Magazine in Melbourne. With a charm and confidence beyond his years Tommy has been quietly building a following on the stand up circuit, culminating in a sold out run at the 2010 Melbourne Comedy Festival with his show "Brainthoughts". This followed on from his sell out 2009 show, “Getaway” which chronicles Tommy's attempt to make his own TV travel show (including a bit of nude bungy in New Zealand) and in 2011 Tommy once again had fans flocking to see his show “Tommy Little Has No Answers”.
In 2008 Tommy put his hand up to write for Channel 31's talk show, Studio A hosted by Dave Thornton. When Dave left the show Tommy was offered the host chair and jumped at the opportunity to host a show on the channel that launched the careers of Rove McManus and Hamish and Andy. Over 2010 and 2011 Tommy has interviewed guests such as Glenn Robbins, Lachy Hulme, Josh Thomas and Charlie Pickering and his assured debut raised more than a few eyebrows in industry circles.
A natural on TV, Tommy has previously taken part in Channel Nine's Spring Racing Coverage, has appeared on The Today Show and Mornings With Kerry-Anne and has become the regular face on the Friday Whip segment of Channel Ten’s The Project.
2012 saw Tommy back in front of audiences with a brand new show titled “A Fistful of Apologies”, which went on to be broadcast on ABC and distributed as a DVD (Madman) as part of the Warehouse Comedy Festival series.
Not content with just live work and television, Tommy has also made regular appearances on Nova radio. Most recently filling in for Hughsey and Kate on the summer break for Nova100 Breakfast alongside Dani Venn.
"Instantly witty, extremely affable...the future of funny is in capable hands"
“RUSH to see him! This boy is going to have an incredible future.”
"You can't help but smile at Tommy Little."