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Jon Dore in 2013.
November 2, 1975 |
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
Jonathan David Dore (born November 2, 1975 in Ottawa, Ontario) is a Canadian comedian and actor.
Jon Dore was formerly a correspondent for CTV's Canadian Idol. Dore also appeared on his own Comedy Now! special for CTV and The Comedy Network, and was featured on the A Channel's comedy special Toronto Laughs. His show, The Jon Dore Television Show, can be seen on The Comedy Network in Canada, and on the Independent Film Channel in the United States. In July 2008, Dore appeared on Comedy Central's stand-up show, Live at Gotham along with several other comedians. In 2010, he appeared in the CBS sitcom How I Met Your Mother.
On November 11, 2010, he was the first featured comedian on Conan.
In 2013, Dore appeared as a main cast member alongside Sarah Chalke and Brad Garrett on the short-lived sitcom How to Live with Your Parents (For the Rest of Your Life) and was interviewed by Melinda Hill for the web series All Growz Up with Melinda Hill.
|2006||Canadian Comedy Award||Best Stand-up Newcomer||Won|
|2008||Canadian Comedy Award||Best Series Writing, The Jon Dore TV Show||Won|
|2009||Canadian Comedy Award||Best Performance (male), The Jon Dore TV Show||Won|
- Canadian Idol (2003) – Correspondent
- A Woman Hunted (2003) – TV Host
- Canadian Idol 2 (2004) – Correspondent
- Cream of Comedy (2005) – Host
- Naturally, Sadie (2006) – Mr. Woodson
- The Jon Dore Television Show (2007–2009) – Himself
- The Nice Show (2007) – Himself
- Hooked on Speedman (2008) – Jon
- Live at Gotham (2008) – Himself
- Held Up (2010) – Ray
- Comedy Central Presents (2010) – Himself
- How I Met Your Mother (2010) – Mugger/Zookeeper
- Conan (2010) – Himself
- Stag (2011) – Luke
- Funny as Hell (2011) – Host
- Mash Up w/ TJ Miller (2012) – Himself
- Dino Dan (2011) – Recurring guest Uncle Jack
- How to Live with Your Parents (2013) – Julian Tatham
- Funny as Hell – HBO Canada
- Bordeau, Annette. "Jon Dore Talks 'Funny As Hell,' Drunks and the Perks of Primetime". Huffington Post. Retrieved April 26, 2013.
- Carrie, Stephanie. "Steph's LA Weekly Feature Series – Melinda Hill's Romantic Encounters". Retrieved October 15, 2013.
- "2008 Canadian Comedy Awards winners". Canadian Comedy Awards. Retrieved October 30, 2013.
- "2009 Canadian Comedy Awards winners". Canadian Comedy Awards. Retrieved October 30, 2013.
- Diamondfield Entertainment feature
- Jon Dore at the Internet Movie Database
- The Jon Dore Television Show on The Comedy Network.
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