Tim Steeves

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Tim Steeves is an award-winning Canadian stand-up comedian and writer. He has written for This Hour Has 22 Minutes, The Rick Mercer Report and helped create the Canadian TV comedy special Talking to Americans.

Steeves has shared in wins for three Gemini Awards for "Best Writing in a Comedy Series" and has a Gemini nomination for "Best Performance in a Comedy Series". He also shared in wins for the Canadian Comedy Awards and the Writers Guild of Canada Awards.

Steeves was co-star of the CBC Television sketch show The Bette Show and host of Global's Game On.

Steeves has headlined internationally at clubs and theaters, including the Montreal International Comedy Festival, "Just for Laughs". He has also had his own Comedy Now! special.

Tim is married to Sonya Buyting.

Steeves is originally from Sussex, New Brunswick. Tim was co-captain (along with Mark Forsythe) of the 1984 New Brunswick AA Basketball Champions.

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