James O'Loghlin

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For the South Australian politician and Australian Senator, see James O'Loghlin (Australian politician).
James O'Loghlin
2007 Google Developer Day in Australia James O'Loghlin.jpg
Birth name James O'Loghlin
Born 1966
Medium Stand-up
talk show host
radio personality
Years active 1990s–present
Spouse Lucy Bell
Notable works and roles The New Inventors

James O'Loghlin (born 1966 in Melbourne) is an Australian television and radio presenter. He works for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation's Local Radio evening program in New South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory.


Previously a commercial and criminal lawyer (he studied law at Sydney University), he was for some years a professional stand-up comedian and writer, and hosted his own television show O'Loghlin on Saturday Night on ABC Television and Inside the Arena on Foxtel. He also hosted The New Inventors on ABC Television.

O'Loghlin has also written and performed in the live comedy shows Lawyer Lawyer (which concentrated on his years as a criminal lawyer) and Caught in the A.C.T.

Personal life[edit]

In November 2007, O'Loghlin announced he would be leaving the radio show to spend more time with his family. His partner is the actor Lucy Bell.[1]

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