Scott Faulconbridge has delighted International audiences with his masterful timing, quirky story telling and quick improvisational wit to established himself as one of Canada’s headlining acts. His unique stories and songs are inspired by family mishaps that have made him a crowd favourite for three decades. His work has earned him three Canadian Comedy Award nominations for his work as an Improviser and a stand up comedian. As Now Magazine’s Glen Sumi says. ‘Nobody delivers a line like Scott…stance, timing, material. His life and stand up experience shows.”
Nationally, he has toured theatres coast to coast in both The Just For Laughs Tour ,The Investors Group National tour and opened for Howie Mandell at the National Arts Centre in Ottawa. His stories, jokes and emotional outbursts and have been heard on CBC radio for shows such as ‘The Debaters’, ‘LOL’, and ‘Day 6’. He has written for CBC’s ‘ Still Standing’ and has been seen on numerous televised comedy specials including CTV’s Comedy Now, CBC’s“Comics’, The Winnipeg Comedy Festival, The Halifax Comedy Festival and over a dozen appearances at The Internationally Acclaimed Just For Laughs Festival.
In the United States he has toured colleges and headlined the legendary Las Vegas“The Riviera” comedy club. His albums “Warn the Others” and “Scottland”are heard regularly on Sirius XM along with his numerous other recorded performances. He has been seen on numerous televised specials including NBC’s ‘Last Comic Standing’, “Friday Night Videos” and Showtime’s “Full Frontal Comedy”.
Scott’s acting credits include acting in feature films such as ‘The Greatest Game Ever Played’ with Shia Laboeuf and ‘Abandon’ with Benjamin Bratt. In 2018 Scott will appear as an actor in Roger Avery’s Internationally released feature film ‘Lucky Day’.
Scott performs regularly at Corporate events, Yuk Yuks Comedy clubs, Rumours and The Comedy Nest . He currently co-hosts ‘Date Night Comedy’ with his on stage wife Anne McMaster at The Comedy Bar which features the best improvisers and stand up comedians in the country and lives in Toronto, Canada with his family where he coaches sports that he never actually played.