Jeremy Hotz, Actor, Humor & Satire, Television Personality, Comedy
Smart and funny is what has made comic Jeremy Hotz a success.
Stellar performance at Comedy Festival – Just For Laughs, Jeremy continues to grab audiences with his confused yet very astute observational comedy.
He still finds humor in all of it and allows the audience to laugh at his everyday mishaps and adventures.
Jeremy’s was writing for the Jon Stewart Show.
Jeremy was given a writers job on the show. That same executive producer became Jeremy’s manager and Jeremy’s career was taken to the next level.
He received a standing ovation at his debut performance at the festival’s prestigious gala. Recognition came quickly as studios and networks showed interest and Jeremy was offered his first of many development deals.
Jeremy was his first appearance on The Late Show with David Letterman, followed by an appearance on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.
Jeremy Hotz is a favorite in stand-up comedy clubs including the world famous Laugh Factory and Improv.
Jeremy was voted Best Performer at Just For Laughs Comedy Festival “Best in Fest”.
Jeremy recently headlined Just For Laughs and HBO’s prestigious comedy festival.
Jeremy starred in the off-beat comedy series for the CBC Newsroom.
He headlined the Roy Thompson Hall with Jon Stewart and Mike Bullard for CTV Anniversary celebration, CBC for its 50th Anniversary Special and its half-hour sitcom Made in Canada.
Comedy Central’s The Jeremy Hotz Special, and he guest starred in MTV’s Half Hour Comedy Hour.
Jeremy is also a talented actor who has appeared in the feature films My Favorite Martian (with Elizabeth Hurley) and Speed 2 (with Sandra Bullock and Jason Patrick).
He starred in the four-part mini-series Married Life on Comedy Central and was nominated for a Gemini Award for the CBC’s CANA-DUH.
He was the recipient of a Gemini Award for “Best Performance in a Comedy Show or Series” for his work in the celebrated series Newsroom on the CBC and PBS.
Jeremy was a staff writer on the critically acclaimed The Jon Stewart Show (Comedy Central), and received a Gemini nomination for “Best Writing in Comedy or Variety Show or Series” for his comedy special, Whatever Happened to Jeremy Hotz?
Jeremy was the featured US comedian at the Kilkenny Festival in Ireland.