As seen on TV3's 'Funny Roots' and '7 DAYS'
7 Days regular and star of “What We Do In The Shadows”, Cori Gonzalez-Macuer has been performing his unique brand of self-deprecating, observational and deadpan comedy since 2003.
In that time he's won the Billy T James Award, appeared on film and television, and performed in Australia, America, England, Scotland, Singapore and as far as the Middle East and South America.
Since becoming a father recently, Cori's truly happy for the first time ever, but that doesn't mean he’s stopped disliking a lot of stuff. From NZ ‘Socialites’, to people who post inspirational quotes, to reality TV "stars", there's a lot of annoying people on this earth. Join him as he dissects the people he desperately hopes his daughter doesn't turn into.
Whether it's on the stage or screen, Cori's reluctance to accept a career in entertainment is what has made him the performer he is today.
"… keep an eye out for future works by the man with exponential potential, Cori Gonzalez-Macuer." - Concrete Playground
"Quite possibly the only show I'd return to for seconds" - Mac + Mae
"While his cynicism might make you think he is making lemons out of lemonade he does it in such a cool manner, standing alone with his mike, his great eyebrows adding emphasis, that you know he's speaking truths we all feel “Awesome? Nah, Bro” is comedy fest at its best. Get in before the tickets dry up." - Theatreview