September 16, 2020
Based in Alberta, Sean is a CBC’s The Debaters favourite. He filmed his first Just For Laughs gala in 2013 and his comedy was featured on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. Winner of the Just For Laughs homegrown competition, Sean’s other festival appearances include 3 appearances at the Halifax Comedy Festival as well as the Winnipeg Comedy Festival in 2013 and 2016. He has written for This Hour Has 22 Minutes and is a two time Canadian Comedy Award nominee. His work can also be heard on SiriusXM Radio.
Often described as a high-energy performer and a crowd favourite, Sterling Scott has become one of comedy’s rising stars. Sterling’s material stems from his experiences with relationships, family, being a father, current events, his outlook on life and the world, and those awkward moments that people from all walks of life can relate to.
Brent Ayton started his comedy career in Edmonton and within his first two years won Edmonton’s Funniest Person competition and the Edmonton Comedy Festival’s Young Guns competition. Since then, Brent has been touring across the country, lofting his unique point of view and observations at audiences hoping to hear laughing and clapping in response. He has also been featured at the Hubcap Comedy Festival in Moncton. Brent’s material varies from clean and relatable, to inoffensive observations on edgier topics and is well suited for a wide range of audiences.