Lee Ton - Comedian

Bio

Lee Ton is a Vietnamese Australian comedian and actor. A humble beginning, Lee was born in Richmond, an inner-city suburb of Melbourne, and raised in government commission flats on Victoria Street. As a consequence, he brings an unpretentious style to his comedy, in total contrast to his quick wit, slick look, and handsome charm.

Lee’s comedy blends his personal journey as an immigrant child, his role as a father and husband, and his second love – acting. To this end, Lee has appeared on Neighbours, Utopia, Jack Irish, and in numerous TV commercials, including Coles and Cottee’s Cordial. He’s also performed in theatre, performing in Zhang Da Li’s ‘Village of Big Eaters’, and even danced on stage at the TV Logie Awards.

But Lee Ton’s true love is stand-up comedy. He has performed at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival (MICF) in ‘The Best Of’ – a School of Hard Knock Knocks production, performed at Punchlines Comedy Club, and most recently at the Pho Real comedy show in Adelaide. Lee’s also performed alongside comedy greats, including Steve Hughes, Chris Franklin, and Glynn Nicholas.

A comedian with a heart, hilarious stories, and charm that will melt any room, Lee Ton is a great choice for your next event.