Comedian Jeremy Hotz To Tour Canada

Fighting his way across the frozen tundra and battling the evil elements, Jeremy Hotz will pit his wits against the harsh Canadian winter with his all-new stand-up show, Jeremy Hotz: International Man of Misery, from February 2-28, 2016. The tour will have the lovably miserable comedian brave the cold once again to entertain audiences nationally from coast to coast, from Newfoundland to British Columbia. Tickets go on sale Friday, November 27th at 10am (12pm in Halifax and Kingston).

Canadian-born Jeremy Hotz is certainly no stranger to Just For Laughs. He has performed multiple times at JFL’s Montreal festival to critical praise – including being hailed Best Performer by the Globe and Mail and Best in Fest by the Montreal Gazette – and on national JFL tours including his sold-out What A Miserable Tour This Is in 2008 and Magical Misery Tour in 2013.

Hotz has received many accolades throughout the span of his career. In 2008, he was honoured with Canada’s prestigious Dave Broadfoot Comic Genius Award at the Canadian Comedy Awards, and was also awarded Best Male Stand-Up in 2009. He won a Gemini Award for Best Performance in a Comedy Show or Series for his work in the celebrated series The Newsroom on the CBC and PBS in the US, and received Gemini nominations for: Best Writing in Comedy or Variety Show or Series for his half-hour comedy special Whatever Happened to Jeremy Hotz? and for the CBC’s Oh Cana-duh. After headlining the Melbourne, Sydney and Auckland Comedy Festivals, Hotz was awarded the Jury Prize for Best International Performer at the Sydney Comedy Festival.

On the small screen, Hotz was a staff writer and performer on the critically acclaimed Jon Stewart Show. He has performed on Letterman, Leno and MTV, filmed his own half-hour special for Comedy Central plus a one-hour special for CTV, and released his hit DVD What a Miserable DVD This Is in 2010. Beyond his stand-up comic merits, Hotz is also a talented actor who appeared in the fourth season of HBO Canada’s Call Me Fitz, starred in the four-part mini-series Married Life on Comedy Central, and appeared in the feature films My Favorite Martian with Elizabeth Hurley and Speed 2 with Sandra Bullock.

Info and tickets for the Jeremy Hotz tour can be found here.