Mark Debonis & Rachelle Lauzon

Sat, Oct 21, 2017

Mark Debonis & Rachelle Lauzon

Mark Debonis (Just For Laughs; 2011 Great Canadian Laugh Off Winner; 2010 Canadian Comedy Award Winner and 2009 Tim Sims Award Nominee; finalist on XM Radio’s Canada’s Next Top Comic) Mark DeBonis took the plunge into stand up in 2008. In 2010 he won a Canadian Comedy award for “Best New Comer”. He followed that by winning the $25,000 grand prize for “The Great Canadian Laugh Off”.

Mark has preformed multiple times at the International Just for Laughs Comedy Festival. Beside’s stand up he has produced numerous shows around Toronto, and is now one of the co-founders for “The LOT Comedy Club” which just won runner up for “Best Comedy Club” in Toronto. Mark had his acting debut in 2012 when he was in the award-winning movie “Picture Day” where he got to walk the red carpet at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF). Mark can be seen/heard on CBC’s “Accent on Toronto”, CBC’s “The Debaters” Much Music, Comedy Network, and his Comedy Special filmed for I-Channels “No Kidding”.

Rachelle Lauzon is a Toronto-based actor/comedian who is quickly making a name for herself amongst audiences and the community alike with her nightly performances across the GTA and Canada.

Rachelle has completed a Theatre and Performance degree from The Marilyn Walker School of Fine and Performing Arts at Brock University, then went on to study improvisational comedy with the Second City Training center. Upon graduating the Long-Form Conservatory, Rachelle joined the improv team Lester B. Fearsome where she performs weekly. Select theatre credits include: FLEEK SHOW (Second City TC), Fragmentos (Brock University), Twelfth Night (Brock University), Super (London Fringe Festival), The Blue Room (Brock University) and Legally Blonde the Musical (Simply Theatre) .

Rachelle's film credits include: The Girl of my Dreams (WhiteRock Productions), among others.Rachelle currently produces and hosts her own monthly show, Nasty Cat , at the Corner Comedy Club.Rachelle’s cynical and often subversive rhetoric on the society around her aims to bridge the gap between what men and women find funny. In addition, Rachelle proudly identifies as an intersectional feminist and allows this to shape and inspire the work she creates.

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