Wyatt Nixon-Lloyd is enjoying a varied and diverse career as a multi-award winning actor, comedian, improviser, puppeteer, musician, director and a founding member of Weeping Spoon Productions.
As half of the Logie nominated and Astra award-winning comedy duo Luke & Wyatt he has written, acted and presented for Nickelodeon, helmed the X-Factor web series Fan Factor and performed in standup rooms around the country.
He’s dedicated to developing as a writer, having workshopped with Ellen Sandler, Steve Kaplan, Jennifer Grisanti and Carole Kirshner and attended lectures by Glen Mazzarra and Vince Gillian and studying Sketch 101 at UCB and Late Night TV writing at Second City.
Wyatt has performed as part of Written It Down, an LA WebFest nominated aussie series that has the rare honour of making it onto Funny or Die. Additionally, as an improviser, Wyatt has been performing since 2005 and has improvised with the majority of Australia’s established improvisation troupes, including Impro Australia and The Improv Conspiracy and internationally with Uncalled For (Canada) and Theatre st Catherine Improv.
He’s worked under the tutelage of Pattie Stiles (Keith Johnstone), done workshops with Lyndsay Hailey (iO Chicago) and shared the stage with David Razowsky (Second City LA).
As a director, he has led a number of Weeping Spoon Productions including Pollyanna, Bruce, (now both produced by The Last Great Hunt) Deathtrap, Tomas Ford Vs the Audience, The Love Pirate, The Forlorn, and Greed.
As a musician Wyatt is performing at Illawara & National Folk festivals this year, and as a puppeteer Wyatt has performed at Fringe festivals all around Australia and the world.