Cleo is a Queer comedian and storyteller based in Sydney.
Her natural charm and charismatic personality has made her a well-known personality in the LGBTQIA+ community, having hosted and performed in numerous events including her own night Kweens of Comedy and podcast Dungeons & Drag Queers which have fast become hits in Sydney’s Queer community.
Cleo has performed at Bondi Feast, Sydney Comedy and Fringe Festivals, The Comedy Lounge, Crips & Creeps, A Likely Story, Insert Laugh Here, Tuesday Tonic and the Novato Festival to name just a few. She’s the self-declared Kween of Comedy who’s core values of integrity and inclusion are unmissable in her performances.
“They are able to discuss experiences that would have been incredibly difficult to navigate as a child with a charming sense of levity and irony, relaxing into themselves and allowing us to laugh with them … Their humour is matched only by their striking beauty, with flawless make-up and impeccable style.
“One of Sydney’s most adored Queer comedians, Cleo […] will 100% leave you in stitches!”
A Modern Gay’s Guide
“A cheeky and charming comedian, Cleo brings a unique perspective, providing both delight and intrigue. Cleo’s warm stage presence and off-the-cuff wit has made her a crowd favourite in our room and we are looking forward to having her back.”
What She Said & Tuesday Tonic Co-Producer and Comedian, Naomi Mourra
“Cleo is a natural star. She is simply fabulous with her charismatic charm and silliness. Her humour is bright and witty with a pinch of sentimentality. Cleo is joy to watch!”
Crips & Creeps Producer and Comedian, Madeleine Stewart
“Cleo is polished, bold and a brilliant storyteller. Hilarious relatable anecdotes and a well crafted stage presence combine to surprise and delight her loyal audience!”
Comedian, Bec Melrose
“Sharp commentary with a political edge, delivered sweetly with a warm and eloquent style. As a host, Cleo has a gentle and satirical stage presence, which is as refreshing as it is legitimately hilarious; guiding audiences masterfully from act to act, and big laugh to big laugh.”
Comedian, Charity Werk