- Former school teacher-turned-comedian
- Last Comic Standing
Award-winning comedian Gerry Dee is one of the hottest talents in the business.
Gerry Dee is one of those rare comedians that can be funny while still being clean. Gerry is known for his clean, original material, and his outrageous, sometimes frantic, always likeable style. His signature stories of the absurdities of life at the front of the classroom and growing up the son of Scottish immigrant parents have become famous to his fans. His delivery is natural, and seamless, described as “masterful and flawless”.
He has appeared multiple times on CBS, HBO, NBC, The Comedy Network, and performed coast-to-coast in Canada and internationally. NBC describes Gerry as “one of the next generation of comics to make it big”.
Won the prestigious San Francisco International Comedy Competition, the same competition that launched Robin Williams, Dana Carvey and Ellen Degeneres to superstardom.
As a physical education teacher and hockey coach, he put his classroom stories to good use in his comic debut and won Toronto’s Funniest New Comic competition.
He continued teaching until he made his US network debut on CBS’ “Star Search” with Arsenio Hall.
Gerry made his gala appearance at the world famous Montreal Just for Laughs International Comedy Festival.
Appeared in the CBS Sports reality series PGA Tour 18: Golf’s Ultimate Round, on The Late Late Show with Craig Kilborn, and was featured in a National Lampoon DVD.
Gerry Dee became a household name with his impressive place finish on NBC’s Last Comic Standing. He won the Canadian Comedy Award as “Best Male Comic in Canada’.
Gerry is a competitive amateur golfer (2 handicap), a former Provincially ranked tennis player and a former University hockey player.
“A good balance of personable and professional… He understood the audience … his material was fresh and original … his delivery was impeccable.” – Home Hardware
“Wholesome, scratchy voiced Dee has the kind of act that appeals to everyone. He’s totally likeable. A class act!” – NOW magazine
Books by Gerry Dee