The Naked Vicar Show

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The Naked Vicar Show is a satirical Australian radio and television series. The classic Australian sitcom Kingswood Country was spawned from sketches in the series.

Production[edit]

The series was written and produced by Gary Reilly and Tony Sattler and made by their company RS Productions for ABC Radio, later for Triple J, before making a record titled The Naked Vicar Show in 1975 (containing two full-length shows) and being adapted successfully for television to Channel Seven. The series premiered in 1977 and ended in 1978. The stars also performed a live cabaret season of the show during 1976.

Cast[edit]

The series starred comedy actress Noeline Brown (who came to fame on The Mavis Bramston Show), veteran announcer Kevin Golsby and actor-comedian Ross Higgins, with a supporting cast including Colin McEwan, Julie McGregor and Laurel McGowan.