Dave comes to us all the way from Los Angeles, with notable success coming from his Comedians of the World special, "Beautifully Manic," on Netflix, and his starring role on Ramy on Hulu. Dave has made multiple appearances at the Just For Laughs Festival in Montreal, JFL42 in Toronto, the Winnipeg Comedy Festival, the Halifax Comedy Festival, and the Melbourne International Comedy Festival. In 2018 Dave released his comedy special “Good Friend Bad Grammar” on Amazon Prime, which won the 2019 Juno Award for Comedy Album of the year. Dave has also been seen on Mr. D, Just For Laughs: All Access, and The Stand Up Show with Jon Dore.
Eddie Della Siepe
Eddie Della Siepe is a stand up comedian & podcaster originally from Toronto, currently based out of Los Angeles, California. Eddie has made appearances at the prestigious Just For Laughs Comedy Festival both in Montreal and Toronto. He has appeared at Sketch Fest in San Francisco, has been featured on Hulu's stand up series Coming To The Stage, and has also performed on Just For Laughs: All Access on the Comedy Network.
Winner of the Seattle
International Comedy Competition
Danny Martinello is no stranger to the stage and has been entertaining audiences all throughout North America. Originally from Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, He has performed at the Okanagan Comedy Festival and Melbourne Comedy Festival while appeared in programs on NBC, CTV, CBC and can be heard regularly on SiriusXM Satellite Radio. Often described as a high-energy performer with machine gun like delivery, Danny’s outrageous in your face lampoon sense of humour has made himself one of Canada’s top talents.
Adrienne Fish has been making her mark on Canada’s comedy scene. Based in Toronto, Adrienne has recorded four nationally televised showcases and is regularly featured on SiriusXM and CBC Radio. She’s appeared at Just For Laughs, Winnipeg Comedy Festival, Halifax Comedy Festival, Hubcap Comedy Festival, Atlanta’s Laughing Skull and JFL 42.
An award-winning comedian, Adrienne earned COCA Comedian of The Year honors in 2019 as the top comedian for Canadian colleges and universities, and was nominated for two Canadian Comedy Awards, including Breakout Artist of the Year.