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Gerry Dee*

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Celebrating 20 years of stand-up, Gerry Dee performs five shows in Atlantic Canada in April 2019.
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Comedian and TV personality Gerry Dee has been making audiences laugh for two decades and to mark the occasion he will embark on a new tour, 20 Years of Stand Up presented by Shopbrain. Dee will take his trademark humour about marriage, fatherhood, and his years as a teacher to 14 cities across Canada beginning at Casino Rama on March 1 and concluding on May 24 at the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts in Toronto.

“Stand up is where it all started for me 20 years ago,” said Dee. “I’m very grateful to the fans who have supported me along the way and I look forward to celebrating this milestone with them on the tour.”

The tour will follow the 8th and final season of the award-winning sitcom Mr D., created, written by and starring Dee. Currently airing on CBC, the show will take its final bow on December 19, 2018.

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