Patrick Haye

Welcome to the website of Comedian Patrick Haye.

Welcome the website of Comedian Patrick Haye.   

COMEDY

Patrick Haye is definitely one of the new breed of Comedians to keep an eye out for.

A runner-up for the prestigious 2007 Tim Sims Encouragement Award which was televised on the Comedy Network.   In 2010 Patrick made it to the finals in the $25,000.00 Yuk Yuks Great Canadian Laugh Off, again televised on the Comedy Network. He was one of the Comedians to perform at the 2012 New Years Eve Comedy Extravaganza, at Massey Hall, Toronto.  In 2013 he performed in both the Halifax ComedyFest, and the Laugh Out Loud Sudbury Comedy Festival.   In 2014 he did writing for the Canadian Comedy Hit Series "Spun Out."  In 2015 he was invited back to the Halifax ComedyFest. 

He was featured on the Panel on CBC’s, George Stroumboulopoulus Tonight.  Patrick has also opened for Gerry Dee ("Mr. D"),  Brian Callen (Mad TV, "Hangover"), and Eddie Griffin ("Undercover Brother")

His hilarious observations, storytelling, and cleaner style has him busy performing at Clubs, Colleges, Universities, and Corporate events all over the country. 

UPCOMING SHOWS:

June 6th, FEATURE - Urban Alumni Reunion - Sheraton Airport Hotel

June 12th, FEATURE - 8:56 LTD Event - Sault Ste Marie

June 19th, 20th, CO-FEATURE - Yuk Yuk's - London

July 14th, HEADLINE - Crooked Sword Comedy - Kitchener

July 23rd, 24th, 25th - HEADLINE - Yuk Yuk's - Niagara Falls

July 31st, Border City Comedy - Windsor

August 7th, 8th, HEADLINE - Yuk Yuk's - Vaughan

 

Sudbury Comedy Festival

Sudbury Comedy Festival

"Patrick Haye, on the verge of major breakout success, delivered a perfect set that included being racially profiled in an Edmonton gun range, how they should have warning labels on alcohol bottles as they do on cigarette packs and – his best joke – unintentionally intimidating an older white woman while standing in line at the bank. His timing is impeccable and his physicality – including big facial gestures – reinforces his punchlines without feeling contrived." ~ Glenn Sumi - NOW MAGAZINE