Sunee is a national touring headliner who has graced stages around the world. His personality and unique sense of humour have made him a club and crowd favourite wherever he travels. Because of this, Sunee is one of the fastest rising stars on the Canadian comedy scene.


Nigel Grinstead’s laid back charm and absurd takes on life have earned him the reputation of being one of the goofiest and most imaginative comics in the Canadian scene.


Danny Martinello is no stranger to the stage and has been entertaining audiences around the world. Originally from Edmonton, Alberta he now makes his home in Toronto, Ontario.

Danny has made appearances in programs on NBC, CTV and CBC. He can also be heard regularly on Sirius XM Satellite Radio.


Rebecca Reeds is a stand up comedian and writer from small town Ontario. She began performing in Ottawa and has quickly become a comedian to watch out for. She’s performed in the United Kingdom, United States, and all over Canada. She has opened for several distinguished comedians like Beth Stelling, Matt Braunger and Tom Green.


Hailing from Scarborough, Ontario, Nick Reynoldson has a unique view of the world. Sharp, smart and energetic, this young comic is quickly on the rise.

A 2018 Runner Up at SiriusXM’s Top Comic Competition, Nick has appeared in major festivals including Just For Laughs, the Winnipeg Comedy Festival, NXNE and as part of the New Faces Showcase at JFL 42


Paul Thompson is one of the fastest rising performers in Canada right now. Performing from a young age he has worked with such acts as Brian Posehn, Joe Rogan, Luenell, Kenny vs. Spenny and more.

He has toured all of Canada and throughout the UK spreading a unique and unforgettable style of performing. He has had a #1 comedy album on iTunes and has headlined Kenny Robinson's famous Nubian Show. He recently made his debut at Just For Laughs taping a set for Kevin Hart.


Carol Zoccoli is a comedian and writer from Brazil based in Toronto. She’s graduated from Second City’s Conservatory Program and has been performing stand-up regularly around the city. She was recipient of the 2015 Tim Sims Encouragement Award in Toronto and was part of CBC's Accent on Toronto in 2016.