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Steve-O naughty on stage

DANGEROUS: Professional stuntman and star of the Jackass franchise Steve ’Steve-O’ Glover will perform his stand-up show in Mackay.
DANGEROUS: Professional stuntman and star of the Jackass franchise Steve ’Steve-O’ Glover will perform his stand-up show in Mackay. Contributed

HE shot to fame performing crazy stunts with the Jackass team, now he's on his own in a stand-up comedy show.

Steve 'Steve-O' Glover will take to the stage in Mackay to premiere his Guilty As Charged Australian tour.

The comedian and stuntman said fans could expect a nothing-barred show.

"You can expect pure outrageous filth, naughtiness and comedy," he said.

"There'll be some little fun stuff at the end of the show.

"I always like to cap it off with a wow."

But he does have his limits when it comes to stunts that put his life at risk.

"I like to be pretty selective about what I do," Steve-O said.

"I don't do stuff for no reason and as long as it's not something where I'll end up in a wheelchair or coffin."

Steve-O's already been soaking up all Australia has to offer, including hitting the beach.

"I came here a few days earlier to work on some video projects and also to do some press," Steve-O said.

"So I've been doing some surfing and filming."

If you're attending his show, you'll be able to meet him after.

"I like to always let people know, after every show I stick around to take photos with every last person."

Steve-O will perform his stand-up show Guilty As Charged at the MECC tomorrow at 7.30pm. For tickets, visit http://www.mackaytix.com.au or phone 4961 9777.

Topics:  entertainement jackass stunts



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