Janet van de Graaf

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Janet Van De Graaff is a Canadian improv artist and television actress.

She has worked with Toronto's The Second City and has played various roles in the TV series History Bites on Canada's History Channel.[1]

She is married to actor Bob Martin. Their namesakes are used as characters in the musical The Drowsy Chaperone, which was originally created for their stag party.

Awards[edit]

She has won three Canadian Comedy Awards, for Best Female Improviser (2002 & 2004) and Best Female TV Performance (for History Bites in 2002).[2]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ In History Bites: Train 48 highlights for week of November 8 Channel Canada 2004.
  2. ^ 2004 best female improviser: "'Corner Gas' wins big at comedy awards; Proposals for new Montreal film fest rejected", CBCnews.ca, November 2004.