|Birth name Jean Kittson|
Spouse Patrick Cook
|Years active 1989–present|
Medium Comedian, Television
Name Jean Kittson
|Children Victoria Cook, Charlie Cook|
Movies and TV shows Let the Blood Run Free, The Big Gig, Bad Behaviour
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Jean Kittson is an Australian performer, writer and comedian in theatre and print, on radio and television. She made her comedy debut at Melbourne’s comedy venue Le Joke in a series of solo performances, and then in the stage version of Let The Blood Run Free.
- Jean kittson author of you re still hot to me in conversation with caroline baum
- The joy of menopause by jean kittson
- Theatre highlights
- Charity work
- Personal life
She came to national attention on The Big Gig. This was followed by Let the Blood Run Free, Kittson Fahey, the Great Debate series as well as Good News Week, The Glasshouse and The Einstein Factor. She is also well known for her lively comedy debates for the ABC, Channel 9 and Channel Ten and was a regular guest on Channel 7's the Morning Show, Channel 9's KAK Show and 20 to One. She has also been a judge on Strictly Speaking and a guest on Talkin' 'Bout Your Generation.
Jean Kittson is a regular guest on TGIF, ABC radio 702, Sydney and has been a regular columnist with New Weekly, Sunday Telegraph, the SMH Sydney Magazine, Inspire Magazine, and the Readers Digest Health Smart magazine.
She is the author of Tongue Lashing, published by Penguin.
The joy of menopause by jean kittson
Kittson is best known for her performances, particularly as a news commentator, on the ABC1 evening comedy program, The Big Gig, which aired in the early 1990s. Kittson also starred in the TV series of Let The Blood Run Free, which was first shown on Network Ten in 1990, and ran for two seasons. Kittson has become a regular guest on ABC1’s The Einstein Factor and The Glasshouse.
Theatre highlights include: A Midsummer Night's Dream; The Night of The Missing Bridegroom; and Behind The Mask. Kittson also performed Love Letters with Glynn Nicholas for the Melbourne Arts Festival and revisited the role in 2003 at the Noosa Arts and Cultural Festival with the late Campbell McComas.
Jean Kittson is an avid supporter of multiple charities and is currently the Chair of the National Gynaecological Cancer Foundation.
In February 2010, Kittson became the official spokesperson for the Ovarian cancer awareness month. for Ovarian Cancer Australia, and in 2011 became the official national 'Afternoon Teal' ambassador.
Jean is Patron of The Junction Works - Community Services
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She is married to the cartoonist Patrick Cook.