Best known for his viral political sketches, Mark Humphries is the resident satirist on ABC’s 7.30. On Network Ten, he was the host of the quiz show Pointless, and also made appearances on CelebrityLetters and Numbers, The Cook Up,Show Me The Movie, and Hughesy We Have A Problem. He presented a weekly comedy segment on ABC News’ The World in 2018 and has been a regular on ABC’s Insiders since 2016.

Mark cut his teeth as a presenter on ABC2’s nightly comedy The Roast (2012-14), presenting a rapid-fire headlines segment, which was ultimately pickedup by The Guardian in 2015. Later that year he joined SBS Viceland’s The Feed, where he began his trademark political sketch work. On radio, Mark guest-hosted The List and TV Club on ABC Radio National in 2016, and co-hosted Radio Chaser for the Triple M Network in 2017. 

He co-created and starred in the Audible original series Riot Act, which was released in late 2019. Mark’s writing has appeared in The Guardian and The Sun Herald. He co-authored the satirical book The Chaser’s Australia: the 100% error-free guide to Austria. He has also contributed to The Chaser Quarterly and has toured nationally with The Chaser’s War On… live shows since 2017. Mark’s latest book On Politics and Stuff, co-authored with Evan Williams, was released in June 2021 by Hachette.

Most recently Mark co-wrote and co-hosted the ABC90 Special, celebrating

90 years of the ABC, and hosted the 2022 Parliamentary Midwinter Ball.

He also won Celebrity Mastermind but never likes to bring it up.