Jebb Fink

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Jebb Fink is an American-Canadian stand-up comedian[1] and television personality. Best known as a reporter and host for "the Big Breakfast" on A-Channel, Calgary. He won a Gemini as co-creator of the CBC comedy "An American in Canada" and was a weather presenter on "Your City" for City TV Calgary, he also hosted the short-lived late night talk show Global Late Night for the Global Television Network in 2004.

Born and raised in Los Angeles, California, Fink moved to Canada in adulthood after marrying a woman from Edmonton, Alberta. Jebb and his wife moved to Calgary in 1990. His comedy, which is largely based on exploring cultural differences between Canada and the United States, also inspired the CBC Television sitcom An American in Canada.


  1. ^ Bruce, David (2006-09-30). The Funniest People in Comedy and Relationships: 500 Anecdotes. pp. 4–. ISBN 9781847287809. Retrieved 1 August 2012. 

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