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Jordan Raskopoulos

Jordan Raskopoulos is an Australian comedian, sketch and stand-up artist, actress, singer, improviser and voice-over artist. Jordan is also an acomplished events host and professional advertising creative and has contributed writing, ideas, voices and characters to high profile advertising and promotional campaigns for clients including Nestle, Carlton United Breweries, KFC and Amaysim.

Jordan is best known as the co-creator and frontwoman of internet famous comedy rock legends The Axis Of Awesome, whose “4 Chords Song“ is one of the highest rated comedy videos ever. The Axis of Awesome’s social media outlets reach hundreds of millions of hits and hundreds of thousands of subscribers internationally.


Jordan is an Australian National Theatresports champion and sometimes goes on television programs and panel shows like Channel Ten’s Good News Week, ABC’s QandA and Channel 7’s Thank God You’re Here. She was a permanent cast member on the SBS sports panel show The Squiz, and ABC's #7dayslater. Jordan’s also had some acting success, most notably playing Trax in Underground: The Julian Assange Story, which debuted at the Toronto Film Festival to critical acclaim.

Jordan got her start as one of the creators of Australian Network Ten’s 2005-6 sketch comedy program The Ronnie Johns Good Times Campfire Jamboree Half Hour Show Now On Television (The Ronnie Johns Half Hour). The show was nominated for two Logie awards, including “most outstanding comedy series” and was a cult comedy hit in Australia and internationally.

TELEVISION APPEARANCES

2005

The Ronnie Johns Half Hour: season 1 – Principal cast member

2006

The Ronnie Johns Half Hour: season 2 – Principal cast member

RADIO

2005

Fats & Rasko (FBI)

2007

“The Axis of Awesome” 15 minute song challenge extraordinary.

WRITER

2001

The Princess Bride – Stage Adaptation

2002

I Can’t Believe It’s Not Better – comedy revue

2005

The Ronnie Johns Half Hour: season 1 – Third highest writing credit

2006

The Ronnie Johns Half Hour: season 2 – Second highest writing credit

AWARDS

2005

Logie Nomination: Most outstanding comedy program

NOTABLE COMEDY APPEARANCES

2000

e-literate (sketch comedy revue)– Footbridge Theatre

2001

The Half Arts Revue (sketch comedy revue) – Footbridge Theatre

2002

I Can’t Believe It’s Not Better (sketch comedy revue) – Footbridge Theatre

2004

Anon (sketch comedy revue) – Footbridge Theatre

2005

  • Eskimos with Polaroids (best of University comedy) – Big Laugh and Melbourne Comedy Festivals 2006
  • Chopper’s Bingo - Big Laugh and Melbourne Comedy Festivals

    2007

  • Cracker Comedy Gala – Enmore Theatre
  • The Adventures of the Man With The Dominant Claw – Cracker, Adelaide Fringe, Big Laugh and Melbourne comedy festivals Laughapalooza – Adelaide Fringe and Melbourne comedy Festivals

    NOTABLE IMPROVISATION APPEARANCES

    2003

  • Royal Rumble –Belvoir St Theatre
  • Cranston Cup – Belvoir St Theatre

    2004

  • A Regular One Night Stand – Belvoir St Theatre
  • The Schools Carnival – Belvoir St Theatre
  • Cranston Cup – Belvoir St Theatre
  • Cranston Cup Grand Final – Enmore Theatre

    2005

  • A Regular One Night Stand - Singapore
  • Mixed Doubles - Belvoir St Theatre
  • Parliamentary Theatresports - Belvoir St Theatre
  • Cranston Cup – Belvoir St Theatre
  • Cranston Cup Grand Final – Enmore Theatre

    2006

  • Scrabble Unscripted – Cracker and Melbourne Comedy Festivals
  • Theatresports World Cup – Newtown Theatre
  • Cranston Cup – Belvoir St Theatre, Seymour Centre
  • Cranston Cup Grand Final– Enmore Theatre

    2007

  • Scrabble Unscripted – Cracker and Melbourne Comedy Festivals
  • Zodiac Theatresports – Newtown Theatre
  • The Impranos - Belvoir St Theatre
  • Celebrity Theatresports – Enmore Theatre

    Jordan Raskopoulos - VB TVC


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