“Stand-up veteran Scott Harris defies all comedy rules. He can work, squeaky clean, if necessary, making him a favorite with the corporate set. And it pays off, because he’s able to bend to fit the format. But mainly, he wants to give the people what they want. He’s always known how to work off of a crowd.” – Daryl Jung, NOW Magazine
Scott Harris has worked in all of the entertainment mediums. He has written and performed in television commercials, acted in films and spent fifteen years as a radio broadcaster. For ten of those years (1977-1987), he held down the 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. slot on Hamilton, Ontario’s Top 40 rock station CKOC. While there, Scott released three successful comedy albums… Rapper’s Delight, Beach Bum and Low Budget Breakdance.
A regular over the past few years at the Montreal Comedy Festival “Just For Laughs” Scott was nominated for “Best Standup Comedian” at the Canadian Comedy Awards and headlined the very first “Whistler Comedy Festival” in B.C
He can currently be heard on CBC radios’ “Madly Off In All Directions” and seen in this year’s Halifax Comedy Festival on CBC TV.
When not headlining his own shows Scott can be seen sharing the stage with such stars as Tom Jones, Bruce Willis, Howie Mandel and Tommy Chong. From sharp political satire, to whimsical, observational, nonsense, Scott could be reporting the precarious state of world affairs one minute, and fashion do’s and don’ts the next.
Scotts’ quick wit, glib manor, and slick improvisational skills are as legendary as his connection to his audience, and after eighteen years on stage, that is a connection this talented stand-up intends to keep. Always a crowd favorite, Scott Harris is recognized for his remarkable ability to connect with audiences. Once that connection is made, he quick