The Comedy Records Collective is a group of comedians who are seriously dedicated to the funny. Although each member is already successful in their own right, these Toronto based comics have come together to combine their talents and resources in an effort to achieve their dreams of telling jokes all over the world and eventually… on the moon.
The Boom is a Toronto based sketch comedy troupe that was formed in 2008. They perform a live monthly show the first Thursday of the month at The Drake Underground. Special guests include Colin Monchrie (Drew Carey Show), Scott Thompson (Kids in the Hall), Don Ferguson (Canadian Air Farce), Nikki Payne (Last Comic Standing), and opened for WWE Legend Mick Foley. Ten members strong, their high-energy, raunchy, and unapologetic playful style has consistently kept sold-out crowds in non-stop hysterics
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Hi, that up there is called an acrostic poem and it spells Mark DeBonis, that’s me. Hi, anyways I do stand up comedy. “Is he funny?” you may ask…well lets just put it this way- “Why did the checkin cross the street? Because it was late for its check in.
You thought I didn’t know how to spell didn’t you?
2010 Canadian Comedy Award Winner for Best Newcomer, 2009 Tims Sims Award Nominee, Finalist for XM Radio’s Next Top Comic
When Tim talks craft, he prefers to speak in catch phrases, clichés, and tired sports metaphors. So, let’s do this! Tim’s comedy is like a canary in the mine, and he really knocks it outta the park. That was actually Tim’s first official review; of himself in the shower while practicing his material. But when you knock it outta the park, you gotta play like you practice, right ? Lights out. I’m sure you’ve heard that a thousand times as the crow flies. At the same time, they say a stitch in time is worth two in the bush, but you can never trust a Dutch man with a calculator. Tim has some Dutch sports material that would probably segue well here, but this is a bio not a guest spot.
Tim is a Massachusetts native that lives in Toronto. He has appeared all around North America, mostly standing near noted landmarks. He has been in the Boston Comedy Festival, opened for national acts, and knows Excel as well as Power Point.
At first when I started stand up comedy I would do gigs for beer tickets (Two of them). I asked for three once and I got a glare of death.
I then moved on to chicken wings. I was proud of myself but unhappy with the calories I was gaining. One night while listening to 2 Pac’s ‘Keep Ya Head Up’ I decided to make a change: I’m gonna get paid for this.
And I did. And I’ve been getting paid since then. Now I can buy three beers and chicken wings. But when I eat those sweet wings that I paid for I still think of the old days and a tear comes to my eye.
XM Radio, MTV Live Canada, NYC Arab Comedy Festival, CBC Radio’s Laugh Out Loud, South Haven Comedy Festival, Much Music Video On Trial, Much Music Stars Gone Wild
Mention back room poker games in Vietnamese bowling alleys or stories of stealing bottles of hypnotic from prom kids while driving a limousine and you’ll get a mischievous grin from Tim Nasiopoulos.
These stories come during his hiatus from the stage. One he spent soul searching and not getting married. After stints at a Sobey’s stocking shelves in Calgary or flirting with becoming a massive Greek male gigolo, Tim returned to the stage in a variety of sink hole bars in Eastern Alberta. This lead to his return to Toronto where he now tours Canada. Heck, he even played a large agent opposite Tim Allen and Courtney Cox in Zoom, an amazing movie that was in theatres as long as it takes to say ‘horse shit’.
Sure Tim’s road to comedic success hasn’t been conventional, but you’ll enjoy his larger than life stage presence. This can only come from a man who once sang Marvin Gaye’s ‘What’s Going On’ with a drug dealer named Silver and a homeless flower merchant on the streets of Lower Manhattan. Let’s have a drink!
A bark like a Chihuahua but a bite like a Rottweiler, Nick Reynoldson is an animal.
Like a rose that grew between the cracks in the concrete, he was bred in Scarborough. (Except not like a rose at all, more like a dandelion that has been trampled on for years.)
He is a rising star in the comedy scene with performances at The Nubian Show at Yuk Yuks, The Second City, and a feature performer at Absolute Comedy.
This young man is a must see… just don’t get too close, after all he does have a bite like a Rottweiler.
Some say Monty Scott is the voice of his generation. Very few people say that, however a small group of recovering pcp addicts were adamant.
It’s been said he has a magical way with women. It’s not been said by any women that we’re aware of.
Standing 6’5 Monty Scott is an imposing presence. Standing at his actual hight of 5’8, he is considerably less imposing.
Monty Scott is well known for his singing voice, but that is not really a good thing.
In high school Monty Scott was voted most likely to succeed. Needless to say, it was not a very good high school.
Monty Scott was chosen to represent Canada for high jump in the 2008 Olympic games.
It turns out this was a terrible choice as Monty Scott would best be described as, “not at all a high jumper”.
Monty Scott has worked closely Jack Nicholson on a number of projects. No, not that Jack Nicholson.
Tom Hanks once said Monty Scott is the Forrest Gump of genius. He was later hospitalized for exhaustion.
Monty Scott was integral in the creation of Kevin Federline’s debut album. Unfortunately, that has been verified.
“It’s only a matter of time — months rather than years — before the music business establishment completely folds.” It was after reading this quote from Radiohead’s Thom Yorke that Barry Taylor thought, ‘I gotta get in on this action while I’ve still got time.’ A few weeks later, he launched Comedy Records.
Whether he’s running the label or performing stand up comedy in various watering holes and schools across the country the end goal for Barry remains the same: fur coats.
“When you’re a comedian it’s tough to pull off a fur coat,” explains Taylor. “But if you run a record label, fur coats aren’t just accepted, they’re expected. It’s awesome.”
While his chinchilla stroller may be faux, his successes over the years have been quite real. Barry has appeared multiple times on MTV, Much Music, Raptors NBA TV, AUX TV and 102.1 the Edge FM and written for the Comedy Network and Google.
K Trevor Wilson
Who is K Trevor Wilson? He is a man, a mountain of a man, a man mountain, and a comedian. He is the Man Mountain of Comedy. He stands on stage broad shouldered and bearded and tells jokes. He tells these jokes with his voice. A deep baritone that is soft enough to calm a jungle cat and strong enough to shake the mountains. Yes, we came back to mountains. That happens a lot when you talk about the Man Mountain of Comedy.
Where did he come from? Toronto.
Where will he end up? Probably a nicer part of Toronto.
Does he still play guitar? Yes.
Has he gotten much better at it? Not really. He should practice more.
What’s his favorite food? Baconators.
What, if anything, can kill him? Baconators.
What is he going to do after he writes this bio? Baconators. He’s hungry.
He is an entertainer with over 15 years experience. He is an award winning director, comedian and Platform Tennis player. But to give away too much of his story would be wrong, you should really hear him tell it.
So if you ever get the chance watch, and listen to, the Baritone Angel, K Trevor Wilson, the Man Mountain of Comedy