Greek American comedian Basile is heading to Australian stages


Explosive, dynamic, and completely original, are just some of the words that have described one of the most powerful entertainers in the comedy world today. The EMMY-nominated Basile has entertained millions of comedy fans in the United States, Canada, Europe, Australia and Africa. 

Basile’s unique blend of material, improvisation and characters has made him one of the most sought-after comedians in the entertainment industry today.

The multifaceted, bilingual comedian is touring worldwide to sold-out audiences with both of his unique shows of the BasileLicious World Tour (general audience in English) and his critically acclaimed series of Growing Up Greek in America, The Greek Mystique World Tour (Greek/English speaking audiences). This comedy series is Greek-themed and is spoken in both Greek and English and both show DVD’s and downloads are distributed worldwide and have sold millions of copies.

Greek American comedian Basile is heading to Australian stages.

Basile’s voices and characters have been heard on Armed Forces radio, television, and syndicated radio as the voice of: The God Father Of Soul, James Brown in North America, and his comedy segments on XM/Sirius Satellite Radio. His recent radio show/podcast, A Pinch Of Basile, is now syndicated on selected radio stations in North America and throughout the world and on and Grecian Echoes Radio.

Basile has over 100 television appearances throughout the world, including: HBO, Showtime, Comedy Central, A & E, Dry Bar Comedy & the Tonight Show on NBC to name a few. Basile is also known for his voice work as Universal Studio’s Bullwinkle J. Moose, as well as for the Cartoon Network and many Japanese Anime series. Recently, Basile was nominated for an EMMY for his work on ESPN’s 30 for 30 series segment, The Legend of Jimmy the Greek, as the voice of Jimmy “The Greek” Snyder (Syionidis).

BASILE “Blame It On The Greek” Australian Tour Dates:

  • Saturday 4th November, 2023 – CANTERBURY LEAGUES CLUB, BELMORE NSW – Bookings: (02) 9704 7777
  • Saturday 11th November, 2023 – MARANA AUDITORIUM, HURSTVILLE NSW – Bookings:
  • Sunday 12th November, 2023 – THE PALMS AT CROWN, MELBOURNE VIC – Bookings: Ticketmaster 
  • Friday 17th November, 2023 – PETERSHAM RSL CLUB NSW – Bookings: (02) 9560 8355
  • Saturday 18th November, 2023 – SMITHFIELD RSL CLUB NSW – Bookings: (02) 9604 4411
  • Thursday 23rd November, 2023 – THE GREEK CLUB, BRISBANE QLD – Bookings: (07) 3844 1166
  • Friday 24th November, 2023 – THE PAVILLION PERFORMING ARTS CENTRE, SUTHERLAND NSW – Bookings: (02) 9521 8888
  • Sunday 26th November, 2023 – ARKABA HOTEL, ADELAIDE SA – Bookings: (08) 8338 1100
  • Thursday 30th November, 2023 – THE FRATERNITY CLUB, FAIRY MEADOW NSW – Bookings: (02) 4283 3333
  • Friday 1st December, 2023 – RICHMOND THEATRE NSW – Bookings: 
  • Saturday 2nd December, 2023 – BURWOOD RSL CLUB NSW – Bookings: (02) 8741 2888
  • Sunday 3rd December, 2023 – GLEN STREET THEATRE, BELROSE NSW – Bookings: (02) 9470 5913
  • Thursday 7th December, 2023 – THE HELLENIC CLUB, CANBERRA ACT – Bookings: 
  • Saturday 9th December, 2023 – THE ASTOR THEATRE, PERTH WA – Bookings: Ticketek  




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