About

You may have heard her on radio or seen her popping up on your TV for the better part of two decades. Comedian and Presenter Sarah Maree recently brought her smash-hit sold out show ‘One Womb Please!’ back to Melbourne International Comedy Festival. Sarah Maree has worked across Australia and in Canada as a radio presenter, with a deep connection to her home city of Melbourne having hosted on Fox FM, Triple M and Nova 100 on local and networked shows. After a few years on breakfast at K rock in Geelong, you can still hear her popping up on the station she left such a large impression on.

An acclaimed comedian and award-winning radio presenter, Sarah Maree has toured Australia and Canada extensively performing sell-out shows and winning over critics and crowds alike with her warm, relatable and shockingly true and funny story-telling. She has supported comics like Lizzy Hoo, Ray O’Leary, Claire Hooper, Dave Thornton, Kirsty Webeck, Dave O’Neil and Harley Breen to name a few. 

In 2018 Sarah Maree made her movie debut in an international feature ‘At Last’, starring alongside John Waters, Alex Dimitriades, Rhys Mitchell, Jia-yi Zhang, Ni Yan and Yan Jiang. Sarah Maree has also achieved success with numerous local theatrical companies and improv comedy troupes as a trained actor, singer, dancer and comedian. Her smooth voice is widely-recognised and sought after as a voice over artist, where you can hear her work on Australia’s biggest podcasts like ‘Hamish and Andy’ as well as numerous television and radio commercials.

After years of freelance writing, she joined Get Lost travel magazine as the Assistant Editor and Social Media Strategist at the start 2024. Off the screen Sarah Maree is currently working on three television projects as a Producer; a reality television program, a comedy series as well as a music documentary, with two projects set for release in late 2024.

You can find her hosting events and festivals right across Australia and in sport, home games for AFL’s Richmond Football Club at the MCG, which she has done for over 12 years. Sarah Maree has also worked for the WNBL, Cricket Australia, A-League and NRL as well. 

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