The Wrong Girl: profiles

Ryan Shelton…

In 2003 Ryan first joined up with friends Hamish Blake, Andy Lee and Tim Bartley to make a sketch/variety show for Channel 31 called RADIO KARATE. A year later he rejoined Hamish & Andy at Channel 7 to be a writer for THE HAMISH & ANDY SHOW.

While at Channel 7, Ryan met comedian Chris Lilley, and helped him write the cult mockumentary series WE CAN BE HEROES: FINDING THE AUSTRALIAN OF THE YEAR. In 2006 Ryan again teamed with his RADIO KARATE friends to write and perform in the 8-part comedy series, REAL STORIES on Channel 10.

Since 2007 Ryan has appeared as a guest on a number of TV and radio shows including THANK GOD YOU'RE HERE, SPICKS & SPECKS, Triple M's radio show GET THIS and also co-hosted a nationally syndicated breakfast radio show across the Today Network for two weeks.

Ryan was a regular cast member on the television variety show, ROVE from 2007 until 2009 and in 2008 co-hosted a weekly radio show on NOVA which was networked to Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth and Adelaide every Saturday morning. Between 2009 and 2010 he co-hosted NOVA's national drive shift.

Between 2011 and 2014, Ryan jetted across the globe producing and starring in HAMISH & ANDY'S GAP YEAR IN THE USA, HAMISH & ANDY'S EURO GAP YEAR, HAMISH & ANDY'S GAP YEAR ASIA and HAMISH & ANDY'S GAP YEAR: SOUTH AMERICA for the Nine Network.

He has also appeared in the films SCUMBUS and BORDER PROTECTION SQUAD and in 2013, co- wrote and appeared in series 1 of IT'S A DATE and was delighted to co-write again with Peter Helliar on series 2. In 2014 he covered the 'mat leave' position for Zoé Foster-Blake, writing a weekly column for Sunday Style.

Ryan currently continues to work alongside his RADIO KARATE team and also writes regularly for online magazine Broadsheet. Recently he released the third season of his 8-part comedy series on Instagram, CLIFF, which he writes and stars in.

… as Bernard

Astutely nicknamed 'Bernard the Cock' by Pete and Lily, Bernard is a recurring and overly smug thorn in Pete's side. After building a successful career as a rock journalist, he's gone on to gain employment in a digital empire of blogs and apps.