David M Green
David M. Green is a 25yo comedian, writer, voice-actor and presenter - originally from Adelaide, now based in Melbourne.
He is the host, producer and head-writer for “31 Questions”, a hilariously low budget TV game show airing on community stations around Australia, New Zealand and a YouTube near you.
DMG has written and performed sketch comedy for 891 ABC Adelaide and The Triple M Network. He was previously the panel operator for The Steve Vizard Show on Melbourne Talk Radio MTR1377 and currently produces/panels radio for Crocmedia and 774 ABC Melbourne.
DMG holds a Graduate Diploma in Journalism with Distinction from RMIT University, as well as a Bachelor of Behavioural Science (Psychology) Degree from Flinders University, SA.
He has written for mX, Australian Popular Science, Mamamia and The Punch (obviously). In 2010, DMG created the webseries “Too Easy” with fellow comedian Alex Williamson. With more than 1,200 subscribers, Too Easy has quickly become one of Australia’s most popular Internet sitcoms.
A keen-ish environmentalist and connoisseur of fine soft drinks, David M. Green also enjoys golf, film, cranberry sauce, light-rail, booth seating, Scrabble, cycling, collecting obscure ‘80s New Wave records, loitering with friends, and generally having a laugh.
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