Jeremy Hotz to Film New Comedy Special at Ottawa Concerts

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Award winning stand-up comedian, actor and writer Jeremy Hotz has announced that he’ll return to his hometown of Ottawa for two live shows at The Algonquin Commons Theatre on November 23rd. Both shows will be filmed for his forthcoming “PROFOUNDLY DISAPPOINTED” comedy special.

“I’m really looking forward to shooting a comedy special in Ottawa,” said Hotz in a release. “It’s my hometown! The city where I started stand-up in 1984, at the crummy Beacon Arms Hotel on Albert Street. Jesus…what was I thinking?”

Fondly referred to as “the master of misery”, Hotz has performed on The Late Show with David Letterman and appeared five times on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.

This comedy special will be Hotz’s fifth DVD release following the successful “What ever happened to Jeremy Hotz?”, “Oh Canaduh”, “What A Miserable DVD This Is” and “Jeremy Hotz: The Masters Limited Edition DVD”.

Currently in development at both Lionsgate and Pygmy Wolf Productions with an original series, Hotz will tour in October and November with more dates to be announced.


October 24 – North Bay, ON – Capitol Centre
October 26 – Richmond Hill, ON – Richmond Hill Centre
October 27 – Markham, ON – Flato Markham Theatre
October 28 – Guelph, ON – River Run Centre
November 2 – Kingston, ON – Kingston Grand
November 3 – Burlington, ON – Burlington Performing Arts Centre
November 23 – The Algonquin Commons Theatre (2 shows)

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