Kate is a London-based stand-up comedian and writer, and has performed across North America and the United Kingdom. Born in Vancouver, she started her comedy career while living in Toronto.
CBC dubbed Kate one of "12 up-and-coming Canadian comedians who will be everywhere in 2018," and she was featured as a comedian to watch on the front page of the Toronto Star's entertainment section, Canada’s highest circulated newspaper.
She has been invited to perform in JFL42 in Toronto, Off JFL + Zoofest in Montreal, SheDot Festival, NXNE, SirusXM Top Comic Canada, HBO's Women in Comedy Festival in Boston, and became the first woman to win the Toronto Comedy Brawl in its 9-year history, beating out over 400 other comedians. In 2018, Kate has continued to stand out, winning multiple competitions including The Comedy Store’s King Gong show in London UK, and the Brantford Comedy Festival’s Rising Star title, before being asked to join the roster of Yuk Yuk’s, Canada’s largest, and most recognized comedy brand! Most recently, she was nominated as “Notable Stand-Up Comedian” of the year through the Notable Life Awards, and nominated for Breakout Comedian of the Year by the I Heart Jokes Awards.
After kicking-off the year in a very successful tour with the Port Credit, Burlington and Kitchener-Waterloo Comedy Festivals, she moved to London in March of 2019.
Kate has opened for Saturday Night Live’s Sam Jay and Chris Redd, Comedy Cellar Regular Nathan Mackintosh, The Late Show with James Cordon writer Eliza Skinner, and Last Comic Standing’s James Adomian to name a few. She has been heard on SirusXM Canada Laughs as part of the AltDot Comedy Lounge, produces shows with BarrStar Productions, and hosts a comedy and well-being podcast with writer and comedian, Sara Starkman called, A Positive Spin.
Kate is known best for her energetic story-telling style and performances that appeal to a variety of audiences.
Kate has performed stand-up at clubs, theatres, and festivals across Canada. In 2018, Kate made her American debut at the famous Caroline's on Broadway in New York City. Since then, Kate has performed in Chicago we well as Boston for the Women in Comedy Festival.
After becoming the first women to win the Toronto Comedy Brawl in it's 9-year history, beating out over 400 other comedians in Toronto, Kate has captured the attention of fans, producers and comedy critics alike with her crowd-pleasing and energetic story telling.
A POSITIVE SPIN
Kate has partnered with writer, comedian and friend, Sara Starkman to create a well-being podcast. The two cynical comics try to highlight the good stuff in the world, surprising each other with positive news stories, academic studies and good deeds that the other isn't aware of.
Staying true to their comedic and sarcastic roots, they laugh at the absurd, and always poke fun, but try their best to drop little bits of joy into the world one laugh at a time.
A Positive Spin Podcast is all the feels without the fluff, or cheesy B.S.
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