April 19, 1985 |
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Sabrina Jalees (born April 19, 1985) is a Canadian comedian, dancer, actor, host and writer from Toronto, Ontario, now based in New York City, who writes a weekly column in the Toronto Star's ID section. Most recently, she was a writer for Canada's Got Talent.
She has made many Canadian media appearances, including as a commentator on MuchMusic's Video on Trial, Stars On Trial and LOL!, as well as a role in the drama series Flashpoint, and Jian Ghomeshi's Monday correspondent on CBC Radio One's Sounds Like Canada in the Summer. She also previously filed a regular segment on Go. She is a former host (until 2010) of Laugh Out Loud on CBC Radio One and a reality TV show for children, In Real Life, airing on YTV. She made a cameo in the video for the song Break This by Hunter Valentine. She currently narrates the CBBC series, Rank the Prank.
- "Canadian comedian comes out to Muslim family, is 'Brownlisted'" (video interview). Globe and Mail. 5 June 2013. Retrieved 8 June 2013.
- Out for Laughs, April 1, 2010.
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