Their monthly live showcases have sold over 2500 tickets and featured such international performers as Comedy Central’s Joe Derosa, Big Jay Oakerson, Robert Kelly, Sean Cullen, Mark Forward and more, as well as been part of such festivals as the Dark Comedy Festival and NXNE. They’ve been featured in Toronto.com, BlogTO, The Scene Magazine, Q107FM, industry panels, and more.
Taylor Erwin, is creator, editor and CEO of Comedy Uncovered. A producer and life-long fan of comedy, he’s now committed his talents and skills to a series of production, events, and other ventures until he “gets his.” Described by the Scene Magazine as “Toronto’s Comedy Insider”, Taylor has worked with Just For Laughs (JFL42) and The Comedy Network, and takes pride in his company’s role as a medium for presenting comedians to the masses.
Steve Goetz, is Photographer and Assistant-Editor of Comedy Uncovered. A Toronto-based photographer and journalist, his writing and pictures have appeared in The Toronto Star, Openfile, QMI wire service and The EyeOpener. He is currently studying journalism at Ryerson University. In 2011, he was awarded the Thomson Reuters Award for most promising newspaper reporter. Steve’s fearless pursuit of truth knows no boundary; his dedication to his craft has led him to the ghettos of Caracas, riots in Colombia, and this year will bring him to his most dangerous location yet: Walt Disney World.
Cheryl brings her background in film & TV production to the Comedy Uncovered team. Not only does she assist the producer with monthly live shows, but she also writes, directs and produces video content for the site. Cheryl’s a published author and a screenwriter, and has written, produced and directed several of her own award-winning short films, among other projects. Currently, Cheryl has several TV and film projects in development.
Haley Wiseman is an intern and contributing writer to Comedy Uncovered. Hailing from Montreal, Haley moved to Toronto to immerse herself in Toronto’s booming scene. Currently studying media at the University of Toronto, Haley has a love for all things funny and aspires to a future in comedy writing (her portfolio is already bursting). Her daydreams involve one day announcing from 30 Rock, “Live from New York, It’s Saturday Night!” But in the meantime, she’s taking in everything Toronto has to offer.