Alistair Baldwin is a writer, comedian & improviser based in Naarm / Melbourne.
He was a staff writer for season 4 of The Weekly with Charlie Pickering, and has both written for, and acted in, the upcoming season of Get Krack!n (airing early 2019).
In 2017 he was selected for the Film Victoria-funded Talent Camp initiative for emerging screen creatives, after which he went on to receive a Film Victoria Key Talent Grant to help fund his professional development in the TV industry.
He has a Bachelor in Screenwriting (Honours) from the Victoria College of the Arts, with a creative focus in writing TV comedy and an academic focus in disability representation on Australian screens.
He is a Wheeler Centre Hot Desk Fellow for 2018, through which he is working on Invalid Memoir, a collection of auto-fiction pieces on being cool (figuratively) and being lame (figuratively and physically).
He has had commentary, criticism & satire published by SBS, ACMI Ideas, un Magazine, Archer and more. His work regularly touches on comedy, art, commercial appeal, narrativity, gay stuff and disability stuff.
He is an improviser and a stand-up comedian, and performs both semi-regularly. He is the host and producer of ‘crowdwork.’, a night of improvised stand-up where comics can only do crowd work, no prepared material.