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Catherine Deveny

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Catherine Deveny (born 1968) is a comedy writer and stand-up comedian, and was a regular columnist in The Age newspaper between 2001 and 2010. She has performed on all Australian TV networks, in Australian comedy venues and on radio. She's also an atheist.

Deveny's television work has included Network Seven's Tonight Live with Steve Vizard, Full Frontal, The Eric Bana Show Live, All Star Squares, Channel 9's Midday, In Melbourne Tonight and The Super Debate Series, ABC TV's Something Hot Before Bed, Good News Week, The 7.30 Report, BackBerner, Q and A, SBS's Mum's The Word and Network 10's Unreal TV, Unreal Stuff Ups and Unreal Ads, Rove Live, The Wedge, skitHOUSE. She is a regular fill-in broadcaster on 774 ABC Melbourne and has appeared on ABC TV's Q&A and Network Ten's 7pm Project.[citation needed]

She has written for the Logie Awards and the Aria Music Awards and co-wrote the 2005 AFI Awards with Russell Crowe and appeared at the Sydney Opera House in the Festival of Dangerous Ideas where she took on Roman Catholic Cardinal George Pell.


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