They also trained with, and appeared on, RMIT's student radio station SYN, and subsequently had a few spot projects on FOX FM.
Lee and Blake then hosted a comedy programme on Australia's Seven Network, The Hamish and Andy Show, which was shortly cancelled after bad ratings.
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Gale split from comedian Andy Lee last year after four years together, but they later insisted that they still "get along great".
As a solo performer, Blake has appeared on various Australian television programs, including the Melbourne International Comedy Festival's televised 2008 Great Debate, and has been a regular guest on Spicks and Specks, Rove and Thank God You're Here.
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Lee has a sister, Alex Miles, who writes pantomimes and stars in the comedy show Porky Pies.
He also has an older brother, Cameron, with whom Lee started the band Zoophyte.