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Comedians Say ‘I Do’ at Winnipeg Comedy Festival

Comedians Say ‘I Do’ at Winnipeg Comedy Festival

Tim Gray - Dana Smith Wedding
Comedians Tim Gray and Dana Smith tie the knot during a ceremony on stage at the Winnipeg Comedy Festival on Sunday, April 15, 2018. (WCF / FACEBOOK)

Two comedians, who debated on stage about getting married at the Winnipeg Comedy Festival, ended up tying the knot last weekend.

Comedians Tim Gray and Dana Smith, who were already dating, were performing in a skit as part of “The Debaters,” when Tim won the debate and married Dana after the show.

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Comedian Harland Williams Returning to Rumor’s

Comedian Harland Williams Returning to Rumor’s

Harland Williams
Harland Williams (HANDOUT)

Comedian and actor Harland Williams is making a return to Rumor’s Comedy Club this spring.

Known for his roles in “Dumb and Dumber,” “Something About Mary,” “Half Baked,” and other flicks, Williams will play five shows for a Winnipeg audience June 14-16.

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Jay and Silent Bob Strike Club Regent

Jay and Silent Bob Strike Club Regent

Jay and Silent BobComedians Jay and Silent Bob will play Club Regent Event Centre on May 10.

The podcasters, Kevin Smith and Jason Mewes, will present their Jay & Silent Bob Get Old tour for a Winnipeg audience, promising a hilarious look at what happens when two people grow up in Hollywood’s gaze.

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Just for Laughs to Be Sold After Reaching Deal with Investors

Just for Laughs to Be Sold After Reaching Deal with Investors

By The Canadian Press

P.K. Subban - Just For Laughs
Former Montreal Canadiens defenceman P.K. Subban hosts the P.K. Subban All-Star Comedy Gala at the Just for Laughs comedy festival in Montreal, Monday, August 1, 2016. The embattled Just for Laughs group says it has found a buyer.The Montreal-based company says it has reached an agreement in principle with an unnamed group of investors. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Graham Hughes)

MONTREAL – The embattled Just for Laughs group says it has found a buyer.

The Montreal-based company says it has reached an agreement in principle with an unnamed group of investors.

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