Adam Hills is an Australian comedian, television presenter, and writer. He was born on July 10, 1970, in Sydney, Australia. Hills is best known for his work as a stand-up comedian and his hosting roles on various television programs. He began his comedy career in the 1990s and quickly gained popularity for his unique style, which blends observational comedy, storytelling, and his own experiences as a person with a prosthetic leg. His comedic approach is often characterized by positivity, inclusivity, and a focus on celebrating diversity. One of Hills' notable achievements is his long-standing role as the host of "Spicks and Specks," a popular music-themed quiz show on Australian television. The show aired from 2005 to 2011 and was well-received by audiences for its humor, music trivia, and guest appearances from various musicians and celebrities. Hills has also hosted other television programs, including the talk show "Adam Hills Tonight" and the comedy panel show "The Last Leg," which he co-hosts with Alex Brooker and Josh Widdicombe. "The Last Leg" originally began as a coverage show for the 2012 Paralympic Games and has since become a regular series known for its humorous take on current events and disability advocacy. In addition to his television work, Hills has released several stand-up comedy specials, including "Happyism" and "Clown Heart," which have been well-received by audiences and critics alike. He has toured extensively around Australia and internationally, showcasing his comedic talent and engaging stage presence. Hills is known for his warm and charismatic personality, as well as his ability to connect with audiences through his relatable and often uplifting comedy. He has received numerous awards for his contributions to the entertainment industry, including multiple Logie Awards and the Edinburgh Comedy Awards.