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Nationality  Australian
Role  Comedian
Name  Rachel Berger

Years active  1986-present
Occupation  Comedian
Home town  Melbourne
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Books  Whaddya Mean You're Allergic to Rubber?

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Rachel Berger is an Australian comedian, actor, and writer. Berger was born in Israel to Polish Jewish parents and emigrated to Melbourne at the age of five.


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She is a "performer who delivers rapid-fire lines with assertive and acerbic virtuosity," who has made her name as a stand-up comedian, staging "confronting and politically incorrect" productions including Perfect, Clenched Buttocks, Loose Cannon, The She Comic, Comedy Siren, and Berger Republic.

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In 2008, Berger wrote and performed Hold the Pickle. A major departure from her previous work, Hold the Pickle is a monologue that traces her parents' flight from Nazi-occupied Poland to Israel during the Second World War, to running a delicatessen in Acland Street, St Kilda, a Melbourne suburb.

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In 2008, Hold the Pickle was nominated for three Green Room Awards: Best Female Performer in an Independent Theatre Production, New Writing for the Australian Stage, and Lighting Design.

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In 2010, Berger was cast as Cora in the Australian Production of Calendar Girls, which toured for four months.

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Berger is the author of Whaddya Mean You're Allergic to Rubber? (Penguin Books, 2001) and regularly co-hosts The Conversation Hour with Jon Faine on Radio 774 ABC in Melbourne.

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