OUTthink – Scott Brennan Returns to Talk LGBT and Comedy
The latest OUTthink has comedian, writer, producer, actor and Golden Gibbo Award winner, Scott Brennan return to conclude our chat on gay men and their use of humour as being both the butt of the joke as well as using humour and comedy as a defence mechanism.
Last podcast, Scott talked about how he used humour during his school days in order to fit in with the rest of the group and how it has impacted on how he writes comedy for the mainstream audience.
This time around, we continue our chat on the film ‘The Boys In The Band’ as well as looking at some of our favourite gay characters from television series in the past.
This podcast is part 2 of a 2 part podcast. Part 1 is available in the links under About OUTthink Podcast below.
Since releasing this podcast, I’ve come across another Youtube video that may be of interest to people with this topic.
About Scott Brennan
Scott is an actor, comedian and writer who has appeared in the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, countless television shows including skitHouse, Comedy Inc, Agony Uncles and Neighbours, podcaster on Talking Poofy, one third of the production company Mashup Pictures and most recently had a short online series Housemates on ABC iView. He has also, just in the past week, won the Golden Gibbo Award for his most recent show in the Melbourne International Comedy Festival! Congratulations, Scott!
About OUTthink Podcast
OUTthink is a fortnightly podcast aimed at shining a light into topics of mental health and mental wellbeing relating to the LGBTQIA+ community. As a community, we need to be able to discuss topics that are uniquely related to the gay, lesbian, transgender and the many diverse labels in-between, that impact on our psychological well-being.
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