Stand-Up persona of Australian musician Gregg Turkington. One of the pioneers of AntiHumor, you can compare him best to the foul mouthed audience insulting persona Tony Clifton done by Creator/AndyKaufman. Anti-comedy relies on people doing unfunny things to funny effect, Hamburger employs outdated ex-wife and "Why did the chicken cross the road?" jokes with abysmal timing.

Something of a regular on ''Series/TimAndEricAwesomeShowGreatJob'', Creator/TimAndEric were thinking of making a GameShow parody starring him, but the project was kiboshed by the Creator/AdultSwim execs. The pilot episode is available [[ here]].

!!His act includes examples of:

* AntiHumor
* BitingTheHandHumor: Regularly insults his audience.
* BlackComedyRape
* BlatantLies: He follows up many of his jokes with, "that was in the news," or "I stole that joke from [celebrity]."
* CatchPhrase: "...But thaaaaaaaaat's my life!" among others.
* InNameOnly: ''Great Phone Calls'' is an album of {{Prank Call}}s made by Gregg Turkington, but was re-released as a Neil Hamburger album. This ''was'' where the character of Neil Hamburger originated, but that's just one of several personae that Turkington adopts throughout the album.
* OverlyLongGag: One of his more (in)famous bits involves asking the audience for three or four minutes straight why Courtney Love won't be having any cranberry sauce with her Christmas dinner this year.
** This has recently evolved into an overly long series of IncrediblyLamePun knock-knock jokes [[SarcasmMode seriously lamenting]] the death of WhitneyHouston.
* PungeonMaster: He has a lot of deliberately bad and/or overly-contrived puns in his repertoire.
* SoUnfunnyItsFunny
* SomethingCompletelyDifferent: ''Neil Hamburger Sings Country Winners'', an in-character foray into country music - it's still very much a comedy album, but the fact that it's ''musical'' comedy instead of standup is unusual. There were also two novelty songs on ''Laugh Out Lord'', which was otherwise a stand-up album, but those were in a totally different style from ''Country Winners'' - they were deliberately cheap-sounding SynthPop collaborations with Derrick Bostrom, rather than country songs with a full backup band.