Ladies of Comedy Tackle the Pandemic
Judy Croon, Anna Gustafson & Lisa Gay Tremblay
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The comedy theme continues with ladies of comedy all of whom got their start in Canada.
Judy Croon is Canada’s Keynote Humorist, a Tedx motivational speaker, comedian and stand-up coach at Second City. She has worked with many celebrities including; John Cleese, Jon Stewart, and Joan Rivers.
Her specials have appeared on NBC, CBS, CTV and The Comedy Network.
She is a co-author of ‘From the Stage to the Page: Life Lessons from Four Funny Ladies!”
Judy draws from her stand-up performance and coaching experience to entertain, inform and inspire in her dynamic keynote entitled, ‘Relieving Work Related Stress with Humour’.
Judy is the creator/host of ‘Laughlines’ and ‘Stand Up For The Girls’ which have both helped raise over $650,000 for breast cancer research.
Anna Gustafson has been a fixture in the Canadian Comedy Community for over two decades, appearing at Just For Laughs in Montreal, LOL on CBC and CBC’s The Debaters to name a few.
In addition to being a touring professional stand-up comedian, Anna is an accomplished writer, public speaker and moderator, co-produced two Canadian Comedy Festivals, is head of Firecracker Comedy Department and is the Comedian in Residence at Gilda’s Club Toronto.
Originally from the tiny fishing community of Lund, British Columbia, Anna now makes her home in the west end of Toronto.
Lisa-Gay Tremblay has been making audiences laugh for over 25 years. Her first television appearance as a kid was on the Uncle Willy and Floyd Show in her hometown Ottawa, Canada. She moved to Toronto and performed for Yuk Yuk’s and toured Canada. She wrote and starred in two CBC television sketch and stand-up comedy shows, toured for the troops and hosted morning television shows. She was the first Canadian woman to perform at the Just For Laughs.
She performed with Rosie O’Donnell in VH-1’s Stand-Up Spotlight!, opened for such Comedy legends as Jerry Seinfeld and Rodney Dangerfield
In Los Angeles success in television began on Boy Meets World then numerous appearances on FOX, Showtime, A&E, and other network and cable channels.