Laurie Elliot
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Laurie Elliot
Laurie Elliott
Born 1971 (age 45-46)
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Occupation Actress, voice actress, television writer, comedian
Years active 1994-present

Laurie Elliott (born 1971) is a Canadian actress, voice actress, television writer, and stand-up comedian.

Career

She has appeared in The Red Green Show, and won the 2006 Canadian Comedy Award as Best Female Stand-up.[1] She is also a member of the sketch comedy duo Kevlor-2000 with Kevin MacDonald.

In 2003, Elliott participated in an April Fool's prank staged by Canada's Comedy Network, which announced that she was slated to star in a new remake of the 1970s Canadian sitcom The Trouble with Tracy.

Elliot is participating in the Canadian live comedy show Video on Trial which also stars fellow Canadian comedians such as Debra DiGiovanni, Ron Sparks and Nikki Payne.

Elliot was in Atomic Betty as Noah Parker, and is currently voicing one of new contestants, Jo on Total Drama Revenge of the Island and Total Drama: All-Stars. Elliot has also written quite a few episodes of the Total Drama television series, including the Total Drama World Tour episodes "Slap Slap Revolution", "The EX-Files", "Aftermath Aftermayhem" and "African Lying Safari", the Total Drama: Revenge of the Island episodes "Ice Ice Baby", "The Treasure Island of Dr. McLean" and "The Enchanted Franken-Forest", the Total Drama: All-Stars episodes "Food Fright", "Suckers Punched", and "The Obsta-Kill Course", the Total Drama: Pahkitew Island episodes "I Love You, Grease Pig", "A Blast from the Past", and "Three Zones and a Baby". She is also currently writing on the new spinoff of Total Drama, Total Drama Presents: The Ridonculous Race. She has written "French is an Eiffel Language", "Brazilian Pain Forest", and "New Beijinging". She is currently writing episodes of The ZhuZhus.

Awards and nominations

Year Award Category Work Result Ref
2000 Tim Sims Encouragement Fund Award Cream of Comedy Various Won [2]
2006 Gemini Awards Best Ensemble Performance in a Comedy Program or Series The Red Green Show Nominated [3]
2009 Canadian Comedy Awards Best Taped Live Performance Just For Laughs Gala Nominated [4]
2010 Best Performance by a Female - Television Almost Audrey Won [5]
Best Female Stand-Up Various Won
2013 Nominated [6]

References

  1. ^ http://www.canadiancomedy.ca/awardwinners.php?year=2006
  2. ^ "Tim Sims awards" (PDF). ontarioartsfoundation.on.ca. Retrieved 2017. 
  3. ^ "Awards database". academy.ca. Retrieved 2017. 
  4. ^ Mooney, Megan (20 July 2009). "Canadian Comedy Awards - Nominees announced, let the voting begin...". Mooney on Theatre. Retrieved 2017. 
  5. ^ "Canadian Comedy Awards". NOW Toronto Magazine - Think Free. 19 October 2010. Retrieved 2017. 
  6. ^ "Canadian Comedy Award nominees announced". www.thecomedynetwork.ca. Retrieved 2017. 

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