In the latest installment of Calgary’s Funniest People I had the pleasure to sit down and chat with Doug Mutai.
Doug is a hilariously dry comedian whom I immediately liked the first time I saw his act. He has a combination of social commentary, and self-deprecation which combines into absolute hilarity.
The second person that I’ve chosen to profile in Calgary’s Funniest People is Trent McLellan.
The first time I met Trent he made me feel very welcome in the comedy community, with a “welcome to the fraternity” greeting when I told him that I was new to comedy. I’ve had a great deal of respect for him since our first meeting, and was excited to pick the brain of a fellow frat brother.
With this article I am starting a series on Calgary’s funniest people.
Since coming back to Calgary in January of 2014, I have been spending a lot of time in dark rooms late at night with a bunch of strangers. Some of these strangers have become friends; others have remained strangers (and probably for good reason).
People have occasionally told me that I’m fearless. They see the risks I take on a regular basis, in every aspect of my life, and they automatically assume that my body’s natural fear mechanism has been tampered with.
And it’s true, I take many risks in many different aspects of my life.Read More »