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The 4th Annual Canadian Comedy Awards (2003)

TV Movie  -  Comedy  -  October 2003 (Canada)
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Annual awards show in which Canada's best comedians are awarded in 19 seperate categories for writing, directing or performing in film, TV, or live comedy.

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Cast

Credited cast:
Roger Abbott ...
Himself (Host - The Royal Canadian Air Farce) (as Royal Canadian Air Farce)
Don Ferguson ...
Themselves (Hosts) (as Royal Canadian Air Farce)
Luba Goy ...
Themselves (Hosts) (as Royal Canadian Air Farce)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Bluma Appell ...
Herself
Paul Bates ...
Himself - Best Play (as Second City)
Dave Broadfoot ...
Himself
Aurora Browne ...
Herself - Best Play (as Second City)
Luciano Casimiri ...
Himself
John Catucci ...
Himself - Best Sketch Troupe (as The Wrecking Crew)
Martha Chaves ...
Herself
Paul Constable ...
Himself - Best Play (as Second City)
...
Himself - Best Actor (TV)
Alex Dallas ...
Herself
Kate Davis ...
Herself
Harry Doupe ...
Himself
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Annual awards show in which Canada's best comedians are awarded in 19 seperate categories for writing, directing or performing in film, TV, or live comedy.

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Followed by The Canadian Comedy Awards: Best of the Fest 2007 (2008) See more »

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A Funny-Ass Standup
13 March 2006 | by (Netherlands) – See all my reviews

This stand-up comedy does not compare to epics such as Eddie Murphy's delirious, Robin Williams Live On Broadway or Dave Chapelle's Killing Them Softly, nevertheless Russel Peters proves to be a talented, funny stand-up comedian. This is well paced, with distinct sketches and recurring jokes. It is more on the racial side and issues, but he never crosses to line, going through everyone (even white people!!) and stays original throughout (the priceless Indian accent sketch). I came across this while watching TV, and I sat through laughing my ass off, and urge people to see this!

This stand-up his a must, and if you are a fan of stand-ups, i definitely recommend this one! 8/10


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