Jason Blanchard is an ex-soldier, ex-husband and ex-tremely funny. After growing up in a typical small town, this friendly and energetic comedian has matured into a versatile headlining comedic entertainer who has toured all across Canada.
Jason has the ability to be corporate clean or cunningly crude, adapting to any venue: Comedy clubs, corporate events, College & Universities, Festivals, Fundraisers, Cruise Ships and Military Bases in Canada & Afghanistan. Jason was honoured to be chosen to be part of the first ever Canadian International Comedy Festival in 2012. He has been heard on XM Satellite Radio and is the host, producer & creator of Jason Blanchard Presents Next to the Mic and the Canadian Comedy Award nominated standup comedy contest Stand Up & BITE Me & on BITE TV.
Bio coming soon.
For the past fifteen years Johnny Gardhouse has been a touring stand-up comic, making him a true road warrior. From coast to coast, across Canada and the United States, and all the way to the other side of the planet, Johnny has played colleges, universities, nightclubs and hosted numerous corporate engagements.
However, you've probably never heard of him. That suits him just fine, because once you've seen Johnny, you will never forget him.
He is quick on his feet and never at a loss for words. His razor sharp comebacks and unique blend of current event and storytelling comedy make this Canadian 'Gordie' able to hold his own on the world stage.
"Hey, he kinda looks familiar?" Well that's because Johnny can be seen in countless television commercials, that air across North America. From his turn as the "Cash for Life" postman, to the boomerang ducking guy in the Sensodine Toothpaste ad, he has been invading your living room for more than fifteen years.
Some may also recognize Johnny from the Blockheads, the Toronto comedy troupe that fooled talk show host Jerry Springer changing daytime TV forever. For insomniacs and the unemployed he is most recognizable from his co-host duties on the Comedy Networks hit series "Gutter Ball Alley" where pushing the envelope of dignity was their mandate.
Recently Johnny returned form a trip overseas where he performed for the Canadian Forces in Afghanistan. This trip of a lifetime was one of his proudest moments as an entertainer.
Johnny Gardhouse, bringing you the ha ha since 1992.
This Scarborough native has been seen on The Comedy Network's Club 54, Open Mic with Mike Bullard, Elvira Kurt's Adventures in Comedy and been heard on XM radio. Paul is an instant crowd pleaser, with hard hitting, side splitting material based on his zany everyday life.
"Out of control funny" - 102.1 The Edge
Herb Irving has been a professional comedian since 1991. With experience performing in comedy clubs throughout Canada, the United Kingdom and Japan, as well as the Melbourne Comedy Fest, his world travels are reflected in his show as he relates his unique perceptions of different cultures and travel anecdotes with keen observations and a sharp wit. His talents are not limited to the comedic stage though as Herb has appeared on television and film, internationally.
It all began 21 years ago in 1986 when Mark Matthews stepped on stage for his first ever, stand-up appearance at the Funniest Person in Hamilton Contest and out of 15 comics ...placed dead last. The next year he obviously figured something out as he returned to win the contest and then perform in New York City at Catch a Rising Star and The Comic Strip - two of Manhattan's premier comedy clubs.
Mark has performed in Canada and the United States. He's opened for Jerry Seinfeld, Gilbert Gottfried, and Jimmy "JJ" Walker to name just a few. In Niagara Falls, Mark was the guest Emcee at the opening of Planet Hollywood appearing with Bruce Willis.
T.V. appearances include: Crystal Comedy Quest, The Fruitopia Comedy Fest, and Comedy at Club 54. Mark has also appeared in the CBC show Comics playing the simple-minded brother of comedian Jeremy Hotz.
At home in "The Honeymoon Capital", Mark spent three years as the co-host of a local talk show Daytime. He was also the guest co-host on the morning show with Jack Peetes on 97.7 HTZ-FM and has voiced numerous commercials. Twice the producer of Niagara Falls' Misty Awards, Mark works with Tangerine Music writing and voicing commercials and shares executive producer credits with Rick Rose on their independent music CD series Spirit of the Falls I & II. Rick and Mark also acted as promoters for Pink Floyd Niagara, North America's largest touring Pink Floyd tribute band.
Mark is the founder of Mark Matthews and Friends a fund established to help kidney patients in financial difficulty; he is also a spokesperson for the Jim Hughes Charity, a local organization that has raised almost $100,000 to help people living with ALS.
Clifford Myers is an intensely personal and surreal performer who draws from years of immaturity and misplaced self-importance. His approach to standup comedy is one-part Loony Tunes, one-part Ralph Kramden, one-part Baloo, and one-part beard.
Since his debut in August 2009, Clifford has fast-tracked through the Canadian comedy circuit playing some of Canada’s most influential comedy clubs such as Absolute Comedy, Second City, Yuk Yuks, Comedy Bar, The Lot, The Rivoli, Club 54, House of Comedy, Spirits, as well as some of Ontario’s finest theaters such as The Queen Elizabeth Theatre, The Burlington Performing Arts Centre, The Studio at Hamilton Place, and The Staircase Theatre. He has also been welcomed back as a fan favorite for three years running at the Brantford Comedy Festival.
Clifford has been featured on XM Radio’s The Guest Spot, iChannel’s No Kidding, Much Music, and was the Fantasia Film Festival grand prize winner for short film, The Adder’s Bite, which was also a prominent feature in the Toronto International Film Festival.
He is happily married to a beautiful singer and together they raise their rascal pug.
Mark Walker is a comedian with an incredible ability to combine razor sharp comedy with a dazzling array of celebrity impressions. His insights into the idiosyncrasies of life combined with his impressions of everyone from Jimmy Stewart to Joe Pesci have led him to become one of Canada’s most celebrated comedians and voice impressionists.
Originally from Truro, Nova Scotia, Mark has been headlining at comedy clubs across Canada and internationally since 1988. He has been invited to numerous comedy festivals including Montreal’s Just For Laughs, the Halifax Comedy Festival, and the Cape Town Comedy Festival in South Africa.
Mark’s talents have branched out from the stage to include television and radio appearances. He has had a
special on the Comedy Network's Comedy Now!, been featured on Comedy at Club 54, and has had guest appearances
on CTV's Open Mike with Mike Bullard and Canada AM.