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Kyle Lucey

Kyle Lucey

Kyle Lucey is the perfect balance between dark and goofy. At only 26 years old, he is one of Canada’s youngest comedians to be signed to Canada’s largest stand-up talent agency, Yuk Yuks as well as being the youngest comedian to headline various top comedy clubs. Kyle’s comedy has been featured on CTV, Sirius XM and MTV. He has also been nominated for The I Heart Jokes Awards in both 2016 and 2017.

Kyle is the winner of the Durham Comedy Festival and the Finalist for festivals such as, The Border City Comedy Festival, The Beaver and Bacon Comedy Festival, Comedy Wonder Fest, Brampton’s Funniest Comic and Go Yuk Yourself Comedy Contest. Other Festivals Kyle has been featured on are: The Dark Comedy Festival, The Brantford Comedy Festival, 905 Comedy Festival, No Refunds Comedy Festival, Wasaga Beach Comedy Festival, Durham Comedy Month Festival, 420 Comedy Festival and Off B-Side Comedy Festival.

Kyle has toured nationally 3 times and has opened for comedy legends such as Rich Vos, Mike MacDonald, Kate Quigley, Dean Delray, Sam Tripoli, Brian Redban, Jason Rouse, Scott Thompson, Nikki Payne, and Trixx.
Kyle is also the producer of “Renegade Comedy” a live comedy event that he tours across the country at sold out comedy clubs and theatres. 

Press/Reviews
•    2019. “One of Canada’s best. An absolute killer” - Haddon’s Comedy Club Windsor, ON
•    2019. “Kyle Lucey is a savage!” - Crickets Comedy Club. Thunder Bay, ON
•    2019. “One of Canada’s top young comedians”- Corner Comedy Club. Toronto, ON  
•    2019. ‘”Kyle Lucey is the funniest a**hole around” - Laffy Taffy. Barrie, ON
•    2019. “One of our favourite loaded guns” - Underground Comedy Club Toronto, ON
•    2014. “Kyle Lucey ... is a young comic on the fast rise. He’s Durham’s darling, let’s be real. He had a decent year to say the least. Shot an episode of MTV Canada’s “Losing It”, made the rounds on some of the ‘do-this-and-you’re-doin’-alright-kid’ cult comedy shows on the Toronto scene”. - The Scene Magazine Toronto, ON
•    2013. “This kid’s been at it a long time, and he’s got chops!” - The Scene Magazine. Toronto, ON