A new six-part sketch comedy that swings between moody and manic. An itch that starts out small, but becomes a weeping sore.
Runtime: 25 minutes
Fancy Boy - Henry Stone (comedian) - Netflix
Henry Stone (born 21 May 1988) is an Australian comedian, writer, and director. He is a member of the sketch comedy groups Skills in Time & Fancy Boy. Originating from Queensland, Stone began performing comedy in Brisbane in 2009, the same year he also formed sketch comedy group, Skills in Time, with friend Greg Larsen. In 2010 Skills in Time were joined by comedian Sam Campbell. Skills in Time's YouTube channel has amassed over 3 million views and the group have performed two live stage shows, Big City Dreams & Checkmates. Stone also used the group's YouTube channel as a platform for his comedy character Jaydos, which he performed from 2010–2014. In 2015 Skills in Time produced a pilot for SBS, titled 'Looking Back’. In 2011, as a stand up comedian Henry performed as part of the Melbourne International Comedy Festival’s 'Comedy Zone', alongside Luke Heggie, Jennifer Wong, Ronny Chieng and Daniel Connell. In the years following he performed at Splendour In The Grass, on the triple J ‘Good Az Friday’ and ‘Debate Night’ programs and opened for US comedian Joe Mande. In 2014 Stone and his new sketch group, Fancy Boy, wrote and performed 'Variety Show' which went on to win the Golden Gibbo award at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival. In 2016, Fancy Boy were commissioned to create a TV sketch show for ABC TV and Seeso. As a screen director, Stone worked on the webseries Dirty Bird with Sam Campbell in 2014 and the comedy series 1800-Success for ABC iView in 2017.
Fancy Boy - Filmography - Netflix
Fancy Boy (TV Series) – 2016 Wham Bam Thank You Ma'am (TV Series) – 2016 The Letdown (TV Series) – 2016 Looking Back (Series) – 2015 The Tail Job (Feature Film) – 2015 Dirty Bird (Series) – 2014 Fully Furnished (Series) – 2014 Ad Nauseam (Feature Film)- 2014 Crazy Bastards (Series) – 2014 Heidi Fires Everyone (Short) – 2014
Fancy Boy - References - Netflix