These paper people are Sammy J (Sam McMillan) and Heath McIvor (aka Randy, a purple puppet), the paper craft was created by sally. Sam McMillan is an Australian musical comedian and writer who performs under the stage name Sammy J.
He embraces a variety of media in his comedy, including the use of video and self-composed music. He has released three CD compilations of his comic songs, "The Burden of Popularity", "Sammy J - Live?" and "Sticky Digits", with his latest one "Skinny Man, Modern World" bringing it to 4. He has performed at comedy festivals in Australia and Britain and has appeared on various Australian television shows. He currently performs with Heath McIvor (aka Randy) as the duo Sammy J & Randy.
In 2006, McMillan took the Best Newcomer award at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival for his debut solo show, "Sammy J's 55 Minute National Tour". He has since performed solo shows at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and Adelaide Fringe and Melbourne comedy festivals, as well as starring in the Comedians' Theatre Company's production of Breaker Morant at the 2007 Edinburgh Festival Fringe. In 2008, he collaborated with puppeteer Heath McIvor on a musical, "Sammy J and the Forest of Dreams". The show, which stars McMillan and 14 foul-mouthed puppets operated by McIvor, is an adult fairy tale parodying the format of Disney children's movies. It revolves around the lead character - Sammy J - and his discovery of a portal in his kitchen cupboard which leads him to the magical Forest of Dreams. "The Forest of Dreams" was well received by critics in Melbourne, earning a nomination for the festival's Barry Award for the most outstanding show and winning The Age Critics Award for the best local act.
At the 2008 Melbourne Fringe Festival then-25 year-old McMillan launched "The 50 Year Show", the first in a series of live comedy shows which he plans to reprise every five years, ending in 2058 when he will be 75. McMillan describes the show as "a living, breathing comedic time capsule. Every five years we can observe the world, make predictions, see how the world's changed." It includes segments such as a 50 Year Soap Opera, a 50 Year Story; and the 50 Year Dancers, a group of five year-olds performing a routine which they will repeat at each show. McMillan first conceived the idea for "The 50 Year Show" in 2007 while sitting on a London bus full of elderly people and wondering how he could make his mark.
In 2009 McMillan premiered a new solo show, "Sammy J: 1999", at the Adelaide Fringe Festival. McMillan plays his fifteen-year-old self in the one-man musical, which illustrates his life at the dawn of the new millennium. He acknowledges that it may have been more commercially sensible to do a sequel to "Sammy J and the Forest of Dreams" with McIvor, given the success of that show, but says that he and McIvor wanted to challenge themselves instead by both doing solo shows. McMillan performed the new musical in April as a part of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival. In the same year, McMillan released a CD of his comedic songs, including some new material as well as some of his more popular pieces.
In 2010 he reunited with Heath McIvor to create Ricketts Lane, which won the Barry Award for Most Outstanding Show at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival. It then played at the Sydney Opera House.The two then debut the sequel, Bin Night, in 2011 at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival. So far it has received many positive reviews. In 2012, McMillan and McIvor premiered "The Inheritance" at the Adelaide Fringe festival. It has so far played also at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival, Sydney Comedy Festival and the Perth International Comedy Festival. It has received generally positive reviews and recently performed at Edinburgh's Fringe Festival. On November 3, McMillan and McIvor filmed their very last performance of The Inheritance at the Brisbane Powerhouse. It will be released on DVD in 2013. The duo are scheduled to perform at Falls Festival in Lorne, Victoria and Marion Bay, Tasmania in late 2012.
He has appeared on various Australian television shows, including Spicks and Specks, Good News Week and Stand Up Australia, and was featured on the Laughapoolooza DVD released in Australia by Madman Entertainment. He has also written and performed on The Comedy Channel's satirical news show The Mansion.
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