Diana Bang is best known for being the real life sister of Andrea Bang who plays Janet on Kim’s Convenience. Diana was born and raised in Vancouver, B.C. She got her start in comedy and performance with the Asian-Canadian sketch comedy group, Assaulted Fish. Since then,
her film/television credits include The Interview,
Bates Motel, Master Cleanse, The Tree Inside
and Entanglement which will have it’s theatrical release in early 2018. A recent highlight has been performing SELF-ish, a solo show written by Kuan Foo and directed by Dawn Milman, at the Toronto Fringe Festival. dianabang.com
Fatima Dhowre is her mother’s favourite stand-up comic…of Vancouver, BC. With her charming smile and wit, Fatima has quickly established her place in the local thriving comedy scene. She’s been featured in Winnipeg Comedy Festival, CBC’s The Debaters, Seattle International Comedy Competition and Sirius XM’s Next Top Comic.
Katie-Ellen is a nationally touring standup comedian with roots in sketch and theatre including as a member of the award-winning comedy cabaret Atomic Vaudeville. TV appearances include She Kills Me (APTN) and on both the Winnipeg and Halifax Comedy Fest Galas (CBC). She can be heard as a frequent contributor to CBC Radio’s long-running hit series The Debaters. With a sensibility that falls somewhere between the locker room and the library, Katie-Ellen delights audiences with her unique voice, sharp wit and animated characterizations. She is also a 3-time Canadian National Open Water 5k Swim Champion; that’s unrelated to comedy, but it explains the shoulders. katie-ellen.com
Morgan Brayton is a comedic writer and performer who lives in Vancouver with her wife, son and an excessive number of cats. A Canadian Comedy Award nominee, she is the creator of the solo shows Give It Up, Raccoonery! and Girls Like Me. Her sketch comedy credits span decades and include Girl Parts, 30 Helens and The Crawford Twins and her theatre credits include the final tour of The Number 14. You can hear her on CBC’s The Debaters or see her on BC’s Knowledge Network, her own show on OutTV, Morgan Brayton & Other People, or in a wide range of memorable film & tv roles including Chubby Best Friend, Second Cashier, and Person with Face. morganbrayton.com