Adam is a regular of the Melbourne stand-up comedy circuit, performs around Australia, and supported Dave Hughes and Adam Hills on national tours. He has also become a regular on Spicks & Specks, as well as appearing on Dave Hughes’ Handy DVD, Mick Molloy's The Nation, Rove [live], The Comedy Channel's Stand Up Australia and Headliners, 9AM with David & Kim and ABC1's Sunday Arts.

 

As a writer, Adam is one of the most sought after in the country. He spent eleven years writing for Before the Game (Network Ten's highest rating football show) and was a writer for the first five years of ABC favourite - and Logie award winner - Spicks & Specks, as well as Adam Hills in Gordon Street Tonight. He has also written for Mick Molloy's The Nation, Skithouse, Comedy Inc., The Big Bite, and The Logies. In print, Adam was a regular columnist for The Herald Sun, as well contributing to The Sunday Age, Men's Fitness, and Crikey.com.au amongst others.

 

And when he's not doing all that, Adam is also a broadcaster on 774 ABC Radio, co-hosting regularly with Lindy Burns, and is a regular with Triple M’s Hot Breakfast with Eddie McGuire, Mick Molloy and Luke Darcy. Adam was also a regular with Hughesy and Kate on Nova 100, and was a weekly guest of Robbins, Stilson and Molloy on Triple M. And, if that doesn't grab you, he was a nominee for Cleo Bachelor of the Year, making the top fifty. And no, it doesn't matter where he came... let's just say equal second, shall we? We shall.

 

Adam also provides corporate entertainment, and has done so for such companies and events as Melbourne and North Melbourne Football Club president’s lunches, Optus, Animals Asia Foundation, The Victorian Labor Party, Noodle Box, Heinz, Nova and the Great Grand Final Comedy Debate for the Essendon Football Club’s Women's Network, in front of such dignitaries as AFL CEO Andrew Demetriou and AFL Chairman Mike Fitzpatrick.

 

"What a good night out at the Comedy Festival is all about. Rozenbachs' specialty is going places other comedians fear to tread." Inpress Magazine

 

"Razor-sharp banter with his audience... There's plenty of laughs waiting for you..." Sunday Herald Sun