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This Shirt Won’t Iron Itself

by Anthony Lehmann

Regrets, Anthony Lehmann’s had a few, but giving up accountancy was not one of them.

In this highly entertaining memoir, radio and television funny man, stand-up comedian and all-round nice guy ‘Lehmo’ retraces his steps from the family farm in Peebinga in South Australia’s mallee country to the world’s biggest comedy stages, exploring the moments that shaped him., and some that nearly broke him.

Trading the steady certainty of pinstripes and insolvency for life on the road, Anthony Lehmann’s sense of humour has taken him around the world, where he has appeared in comedy festivals, entertained Australian troops for the Australian Defence Force and gone on safari as part of an elaborate marriage proposal, but a lifelong love of Hawthorn Footy Club – and the birth of Laddy Buster Lehmann – has kept him grounded, and given him no shortage of good material.

About the author 

Anthony ‘Lehmo’ Lehmann left accountancy 15 years ago to become a full-time comedian. He has since been a regular on the comedy festival circuit and has headlined comedy clubs all over the world as well as regularly appearing on radio and television. In addition to a marathon 11 seasons as a panellist on Network TEN’s Before the Game, Anthony has appeared on Good News Week, Rove Live, The Circle, The Glasshouse, Gruen Transfer, Have You Been Paying Attention, Can of Worms, A League of Their Own, The Project, even Neighbours.


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01 November, 2017

About Anthony Lehmann

Anthony 'Lehmo' Lehmann left accountancy 15 years ago to become a full-time comedian. He has since been a regular on the comedy festival circuit and has headlined comedy clubs all over the world as well as regularly appearing on radio and television. In addition to a marathon 11 seasons as a panellist on Network TEN's Before the Game, Anthony has appeared on Good News Week, Rove Live, The Circle, The Glasshouse, Gruen Transfer, Have You Been Paying Attention, Can of Worms, A League of Their Own, The Project, even Neighbours.



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