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Paul Bond & Nathan Macintosh

Dec 28 2012 - 8:00pm
Dec 29 2012 - 8:00pm
Dec 29 2012 - 10:30pm

Paul is a New York born, 20 year veteran, high-energy act that finishes on afunny note. He’s on tour in support of his comedy cd “The Way I See It”. It contains over an hour of comedy, including standup, song
parodies and surprise extras. Paul’s show promises to be a night of physical comedy and outrageous song parodies that will leave
you laughing.
He toured with Jim Breuer , SNL, for 3 years as opening act and heavy metal guitar player and has been on “The Roast of Denis Leary”, the Comedy Central special  “Hardcore” with Jim Breuer and MTV’s Metallica Icon.


Nathan has also had many festival appearances. He was a semi-finalist in the Boston Comedy Fest in 2010, has performed twice at the Halifax Comedy Festival, and twice at the prestigious Just For Laughs Comedy Festival, where the last time he performed on the ‘Talk of the Fest’ tv tapings.

He has even taped his own half hour “Comedy Now!” special for the Comedy Network/CTV, has appeared on MuchMusic’s “Stars Gone Wild”, guest spots on XM  Satellite Radio’s”Chomping at the Bit” and “Laugh Attack” and a small role in the critically acclaimed film “The Wait” which premiered at the 2006 Toronto International Film Festival.

He is also a favorite at comedy clubs right across the country, and is one of only five caucasian comedians to have headlined the “All Black Comedy Revue” that has been running for 16 years in Toronto.

Nathan has also turned his attention to writing, being a script editor on the Family Channel show“The Latest Buzz” which was nominated for a Gemini award.  He has also performed multiple times on CBC radios/TVs ‘The Debaters’, and has been nominated for two Canadian Comedy awards for his work on the program.

Recently Nathan Macintosh was named one of the ‘Top Five Canadian Comedians being Observed’ by the Comedy Network and one of five of the ‘New Generation of Canadian Funny Men’ by Sharp Magazine. He was told in High School that he has too much to say. obviously, some people like it.

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