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Lowie Bio

Craig “Lowie” Low is an award winning Australian Comedian, TV Host, Radio Host and Writer. At the age of 29, Lowie has hosted some of Australia’s biggest TV Shows including CD Live, Road To Rock Star, Ralph TV and also featured on channels such as MTV, Fox, Nickelodeon, The Comedy Channel and all major free to air networks. He has won numerous awards for his nationally syndicated radio shows Lowie’s Hot 30 Countdown (Number 1 nationally syndication night show 3 years in a row), Lowie’s Super Awesome Mega Mega Show and Lowie vs. America.


Lowie moved to America in 2010 to focus on his comedy career and has since written for NBC on numerous projects for the E! Network. Lowie has studied at UCB and Second City (the training ground of comedy legends) and performs at all major comedy venues such as The Laugh Factory, The Improv and The Comedy Store. Lowie can next be seen performing on FOX’s stand up comedy series “Laughs”.


Lowie Stand Up



Lowie began his stand up career in Brisbane, Australia at the infamous Sit Down Comedy Club before re-locating to LA to dedicate himself to the art more seriously. Since making the move Lowie has played every major stage in town such as The Laugh Factory, The Improv, The Comedy Store and more.


To further his comedy base Lowie has studied at The Upright Citizens Brigade and Second City for both Improv and Comedic Acting. His writing credits include “The Worst Thing I Ever” series for the E! Network and he makes his US stand up television debut on the FOX networks upcoming comedy series “Laughs”.




Lowie Hosting


Lowie began his hosting career in Australian radio at the age of 16, by 19 he was hosting Lowie’s Hot30 Countdown that would go on to be the number 1 nationally syndicated night time radio show for 3 years. He has been nominated for over 8 Australian Commercial Radio Awards and also hosted Lowie’s Super Awesome Mega Mega Show and Lowie vs. America.


Lowie’s television career was launched on the FOX networks CD Live, a weekly live music countdown show. He then hosted The Road To Rock Star produced by Mark Burnett and Ralph TV, a late night male skewed comedy series. Lowie has presented at the MTV Awards and been slimmed at the Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards as well as featuring on all major free to air networks before moving to LA where he currently interviews the stars for KISSFM Sydney, with his interviews having already racked up over 275,000 views online, his hosting style can be described as…different.


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