|Birth name||Fiona O'Loughlin|
Warooka, South Australia
|Subject(s)||Family, marriage, storytelling|
Fiona O'Loughlin (born in 1963) is an Australian comedian, known primarily for her stand-up comedy; for her television performances, on ABC TV's Spicks and Specks, and Channel Ten's Rove Live and GNW; and a series of advertisements for Heinz soups. She has performed as a headline act in the Melbourne International Comedy Festival and the Edinburgh Fringe festival.
O'Loughlin (née Taheny) was born into an Irish Australian family at Warooka, South Australia, and is herself a mother of five children. She lived in Alice Springs for 27 years but relocated to Melbourne in 2012. Her family, and attitude towards children, make up a large component of her act. She is represented by Live Nation, Australia.
- "Look who the Alice has sprung on us" by Lenny Ann Low, The Sydney Morning Herald (11 December 2003)
- "Fiona O'Loughlin battles through booze hell" by Geoff Shearer, The Courier-Mail (8 August 2009)
- "Comedian Fiona O'Loughlin speaks out about alcohol abuse and attempted suicide". Australian Story - by Brigid Donovan - Australian Broadcasting Corporation (29 September 2014). Retrieved 29 September 2014. line feed character in
|publisher=at position 88 (help)
|This article about an Australian comedian is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|