Tyler Morrison is a 31 year old stand-up comedian quickly emerging as one of the most talked about
headliners in the country with his hilarious brand of working class comedy. He has been featured at The
Boston Comedy Festival, San Diego Comedy Festival, CBC’s Winnipeg Comedy Festival and
Caroline’s on Broadway for the roast of WWE Legend The Iron Sheik. Named one of the Top 10
Comedians of 2014 by Sirius XM, he has also appeared on CBC’s hit show The Debaters, BITE TV,
and The Ron Jeremy Celebrity Roast where he received a standing ovation. In 2014 he was one of the
writers and performers on the new eOne comedy pilot The Patterson Network with host Steve
Patterson. After winning the Dark Comedy Festival in Toronto Morrison was selected to be part of celebrity headliner Gilbert Gottfried’s Canadian tour. Following his appearance at the 2013 NXNE Festival, Morrison was brought back in 2014 to headline his own shows while appearing on bills with the likes of Robert Kelly and Marc Maron.
Tom O’Donnell is a stand-up comedian making waves on the scene with break out performances at
festivals and clubs across Canada. A finalist in Sirius XM’s Top Comic he will be appearing at JFL 42
in Toronto and has been selected as a supporting act on Russell Peter’s Almost Famous World Tour.
Some of Tom’s highlights include multiple performances at The Cottage Country Comedy Festival, winning the Yuk Yuks Great Canadian Laugh Off in Kitchener, winning the title of Kingston Comedy Idol, and appearing in Kingston Comedy Festival 2011. Tom is currently the host of Quick Charge TV on Rogers Television, recently opened for comedy super star Harland Williams, starred in The Sandbox produced by Hell Creek Entertainment for CBC, and can be heard regularly on Sirius XM Satellite Radio.
Hailing from Collingwood, Ontario, Jarrett Campbell rampaged onto the Toronto Comedy Circuit 4
years ago quickly becoming one of the fastest rising talents in Canadian comedy. With appearances in
the Dark Comedy Festival in Toronto and NXNE Festival already under his belt Jarrett was the break
out star of the Cottage Country Comedy Festival in 2014 with performances that landed him a
showcase on the Best of the Fest and garnered him a slot on the 2014 Dark Comedy Tour. With his
unique storytelling ability mixed with hilarious social commentary 26 year old Campbell is quickly
making his mark with comedy fans across the country. In 2015 he has recently been nominated for a
Canadian Comedy Award for his work with Bite TV.