Hamish and radio co-host Andy Lee went to the 2008 Beijing Olympics to do their own coverage.
Hamish and comedian pal, Andy Lee, interviewed celebrities in the 'Maybelline New York Green Room' during the 2007 TV WEEK Logie awards.
Hamish has a greyhound named 'Fred Basset'.
Hamish & Andy Lee produced a pilot for Channel 7 called The Friday Show, however it was never picked up by the network.
Hamish admits he would be among Melbourne University's bottom 10 per cent of students if his comedy ventures had not taken off.
In October 2006, the Victorian Electoral Commissioner, Steve Tully, launched the voter information campaign for the 2006 State election. Hamish hosted the event.
Hamish has a lot of radio experience, beginning his career on Channel 31's Radio Karate. In 2006, he and Andy Lee got a regular afternoon spot on Fox FM radio station, called Fox FM drive time.
Hamish drew for first place in the University of Melbourne's annual stand up comedy competition.
During 2006, Hamish appeared on four episodes of Channel Ten's Thank God You're Here. The first time he was on, Hamish sang an impromptu duet with Kate Ceberano, and dressed up as a rock star and a super hero. He was declared the winner and won the trophy.
Hamish frequently appears as part of a comedy duo with friend Andy Lee.
Hamish attended St Leonards College and was a student at the University of Melbourne, studying Science/Commerce.
Hamish writes a column for the Australian magazine Cosmopolitan.
Hamish: (asked who he would want to play him if a movie was ever made of his life) Andy would have Jason Biggs play him because they look identical, and I'd probably have Brad Pitt. No just joking - I look more like Harrison Ford.
Hamish: (asked how he met fellow comedian Andy Lee) We met at university, which was weird because neither of us went very often.
Hamish: (asked if he and Andy Lee rehearse what they say on their radio show) We don't really rehearse, mainly because we're lazy. I guess the fact that we've been mates so long makes things easier. We even...
Andy: ... finish each other's sentences.
Hamish: I wasn't going to...
Andy: ... say that.
Hamish: Well done, you got that one.
Hamish: (asked what has been his favourite dare he's performed for Rove Live) We (him and Andy Lee) force each other to do a lot of silly things, but we would never be so cruel that we'd make the other appear on Dancing With The Stars.
Hamish: (on developing his comedy during school) In my head, I was probably up front of the classroom, with a bow-tie on, a microphone and a spotlight.