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COMEDY ON THE HILL is sure to bring you to your knees with laughter! Come on out and enjoy an evening of giggles, snickers, and fun with these talented comedians. Below are their bios and poster providing you with information on this sure to be great evening ... don't miss out!!!
Andrew Albert got his stand-up comedy career started in 1997 as a dare he accepted from his university roommate at a Yuk Yuks in Windsor Ont. Since then he has headlined in every province in Canada, he has also performed in the U.S. and England. Andrew is an accomplished sketch writer and performer as well as an actor both on stage and on the silver screen. As a full time professional touring comic, Andrew has performed twice at the Just for Laughs festival, appeared at the Boston Comedy festival, The Moncton Hubcap Festival, he has four invites to The YYCOMEDY Calgary Festival, The HA! Festival in Quebec City and CBC televised All Star Gala at the Halifax Comedy Festival among others. His material has been heard on countless radio morning shows, XM radio as well as on CBC. Andrew is also very passionate about food and wine, becoming a sommelier in 2008. He is currently working on a project to combine his two greatest loves into a national television series. Last year he was booked 49 of 52 weekends, when you see him on stage you will understand why.
Scott Campagna was the winner of the 2013 HubCap Comedy Festival Contest. He has opened for top names like Pete Zedlacher, Joey Elias and Mike MacDonald. He can be heard on XM Radio and seen on the Bell Network Community TV in the TV show “Blimey-An Englishman In Atlantic Canada”. Scott has also performed in Ontario and all around the Maritimes. He has shared the stage and travelled with many top name comedians. Scott has performed arena and theater shows opening for the Legendary Thane Dunn with the most recent being to a sold out crowd at the Imperial Theater in Saint John NB.
Eric Payne is a 23 year Veteran of the Canadian Armed Forces with is tour on board HMCS HALIFAX 2001/02. After returning from his tour at CFS Alert in 2005 he suffered limb loss due to a head on crash with his motorcycle. This would mean the end to his 23 year career. He used it as an opportunity. He became a resource to policy for the CAF for returning Injured Veteran from Afghanistan. He became a member of the Soldier On Program from its launch and has worked diligently in disabled community for parasports. Eric works in the Public Service currently. He has been recognized by parasport organizations as builder for Para Ice Hockey and has been awarded for his ongoing advocacy work for People with a disability. He has also sat on numerous provincial boards to better the day to day lives. He is also the current Vice President of Veterans Emergency Transition Service Canada. Eric has spoke to CFB Gagetown and CFB Halifax for their International Day for Persons with disabilities He was brought back for the launch of CFB Gagetown‘s program, Mission Ready. He has been a presenter to TEMA and in the month of December 2017 was named an Ambassador by Hockey Canada for growing the sport of Sledge Hockey on PEI. In the fall of 2018 Eric will be attending Nova Scotia Community College in the Radio and TV Journalism program.
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