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Known for his astute observational comedy and charming good looks, standup comedian JEREMY HOTZ hits the road again in 2019 with his brand new DANGEROUSLY HANDSOME TOUR. Having sold out his last national tour, International Man of Misery two years back, Hotz returns with his constant companion “Shackleton the Wonderdog”, the world’s smallest service animal. Don’t let Hotz’s good looks fool you, he’s still “The Master of Misery”. Finding the ugly in the world and turning it into laughs is what makes him tick, but don’t overlook his charming smile and god-given good looks. It is a winning combination that has audiences falling in love with Jeremy and women constantly throwing themselves at him.

In 1997, he performed at the Just for Laughs Comedy Festival in Montreal where he received a standing ovation for his debut performance at the festival’s prestigious television gala. A perennial favorite at the festival, he was voted Best Performer by the “Globe and Mail” (2005) and Chosen as Best in Fest by the “Montreal Gazette” (2008).

Jeremy’s debut appearance on The Late Show with David Letterman was followed by five appearances on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno. He has also appeared on Comedy Central with his own half hour special and MTV’s Half Hour Comedy Hour. In addition, he filmed a one hour TV special “What A Miserable Show This Is…” for CTV. Jeremy has also headlined at HBO’s prestigious comedy festival in Aspen, Colorado.

Also a talented actor, Jeremy has appeared in the feature films “My Favorite Martian” and “Speed 2” and the four-part mini-series “Married Life” on Comedy Central. He was nominated for a Gemini Award for the CBC’s “OH CANA-DUH”. He received the 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. He was also a staff writer and performer on the critically acclaimed “The Jon Stewart Show” and received a Gemini nomination for Best Writing in Comedy or Variety Show or Series for his half hour comedy special “Whatever Happened to Jeremy Hotz?”

In 2008, Jeremy was honored with the country’s most prestigious Dave Broadfoot Comic Genius Award at the Canadian Comedy Awards. He was also awarded Best Male Stand-Up in 2009. Most recently, he was awarded the Jury Prize – Best International Performer at the Sydney Comedy Festival.

Don’t miss Jeremy’s latest show DANGEROUSLY HANDSOME as it travels to 23 cities across Canada… in a row.

For more about JEREMY HOTZ please visit: www.jeremyhotz.com