Helium Presents: Simon Taylor

Simon Taylor is an Australian-born comedian, who by the age of 24 became a writer for The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. Since then his stand-up has received critical acclaim, appearing on Just for Laughs and The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon.

His latest comedy special was filmed at the Sydney Opera House and Simon will be touring internationally ahead of its release.

He has also penned a number of books including One-Night Stand, which received praise for its humour and heart.

“A master of timing.” - The Age
“A shooting star of the comedy scene.” - Time Out

02/15/2023 8:00 PM
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Simon Taylor is an Australian-born comedian, who by the age of 24 became a writer for The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. Since then his stand-up has received critical acclaim, appearing on Just for Laughs and The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon.

His latest comedy special was filmed at the Sydney Opera House and Simon will be touring internationally ahead of its release.

He has also penned a number of books including One-Night Stand, which received praise for its humour and heart.

“A master of timing.” - The Age
“A shooting star of the comedy scene.” - Time Out


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Simon Taylor is an Australian-born comedian, who by the age of 24 became a writer for The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. Since then his stand-up has received critical acclaim, appearing on Just for Laughs and The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon.

His latest comedy special was filmed at the Sydney Opera House and Simon will be touring internationally ahead of its release.

He has also penned a number of books including One-Night Stand, which received praise for its humour and heart.

“A master of timing.” - The Age
“A shooting star of the comedy scene.” - Time Out