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Our Comics

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Jason Hatrick

A performer on Comedy Abroad’s inaugural tour, Jason Hatrick began his meteoric rise to comedy superstardom in 2012.  Within his first year, he won the Best of Open Mic at Comedyworks Montreal and was selected as one of Montreal’s Young Guns of Comedy by that city’s Comedy Nest.

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Jon Bennett

A world renowned comedic story teller and six-time Just For Laughs Award nominee.

Jon’s comedy career began in his homeland Australia, and after 14 years in the business he is now known as one of the most prolific storyteller-comedians touring the world.

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Jessica Watkins

A New York City based stand-up comedian, actress, producer and dog owner. Jessica grew up in East Nashville, Tennessee, moved to Los Angeles at 18 to attend the American Academy of Dramatic Arts.  After graduation she began improvising, acting in short films, writing and performing sketch comedy, and eventually writing and performing stand-up comedy.

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Courtney Fearrington

A New York based comedian that has already shown he has the ability to make any group of people laugh.

Along with touring, he has been heard on Sirius XM, syndicated radio, and has worked with comics from HBO, The Daily Show, Comedy Central, MTV, SNL, and many more.

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Travis Irvine

A comedian, journalist, filmmaker and unsuccessful politician.  He has also contributed to the Guardian, Jesse Ventura’s Off the Grid on Ora.tv and .Mic.

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Darren Henwood

Hailing originally from Scotland, Darren Henwood has been bringing his lively and energetic comedic perspective to the stages of Canada since 2010.

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Jon Selig

Jon’s the founder of Comedy Abroad. Educated in business, he sold enterprise technology for much of his adult life (which is nowhere near as sexy as it sounds). His life took a sharp left-turn in 2011, when he inadvertently began performing stand-up comedy, and began producing shows one year later. He’s been named a “Young Gun of Comedy” in 2015 by The Comedy Nest (Montreal’s premiere comedy club), performed at Pop Montreal, and Zoofest in 2016. He also declared “it’s just waffles” as part of piece on “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart.”