Patrick Haye

Welcome to the website of Comedian Patrick Haye

Welcome the website of Comedian Patrick Haye.   

Taken on stage at the Place Des Arts Gala. The Jeff Goldblum "Basic Bro Show"   Just For Laughs 2016 

Taken on stage at the Place Des Arts Gala. The Jeff Goldblum "Basic Bro Show"   Just For Laughs 2016 

Backstage - Russell Peters Just For Laughs 2016

Backstage - Russell Peters Just For Laughs 2016


Bio: 

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2017 - Carded at the LCBO - I don't care what you think.. it's a beautiful thing!  (Sept. 26th)

2017 - JFL42 - Toronto 

2017 - Investor's Group Comedy Tour

2017 - Cottage Country Comedy Festival

2017 - Winnipeg Comedy Festival

2016 - JFL42 - Toronto

2016 - TV Taping for Kevin Hart's Laugh Out Loud Comedy Network

2016 - Just For Laughs Comedy Festival - Montreal

2016 - Icebreakers Comedy Festival

2014 - Writer for the Canadian Comedy Hit Series "Spun Out."  

2013, 2015 - Halifax Comedy Festival

2013, 2016 - Laugh Out Loud Sudbury Comedy Festival.  

2012 New Years Eve Comedy Extravaganza, at Massey Hall, Toronto.

2010 - Finals in the $25,000.00 Yuk Yuks Great Canadian Laugh Off.   

2007 - A runner-up for the prestigious Tim Sims Encouragement Award.   

Patrick Haye has grown to be a favourite wherever he plays.   He has been featured on the Panel on CBC’s, George Stroumboulopoulus Tonight.  Patrick has also opened for Gerry Dee ("Mr. D"),  Brian Callen (Mad TV, "Hangover"), Eddie Griffin ("Undercover Brother"), and Harland Williams (Dumb and Dumber, Half Baked)

His hilarious observations, storytelling,  and a keyboard musical Comedy piece has him busy performing at Clubs, Colleges, Universities, and Corporate events all over the country


Press / Reviews: 

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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

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Hey Patrick,

Bro you killed it on Saturday night at our event. Everyone was was dying of laughter. The feedback was fantastic!
I just wanted to say thanks so much and you helped contribute to a successful night.

Regards,
Darren Dunlop
Sales Representative
Royal LePage Toronto

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Hi Patrick,

I just wanted to reach out to you and personally thank you for entertaining at our company Christmas party this weekend. I have been getting phone calls and emails all morning from the staff who absolutely loved your routine.  The company owners both thought you were a perfect fit for our crowd, and were quite pleased that you weren’t afraid to toe some boundary lines.  We were amazed at your skill to feel out the crowd and adjust on the fly.  I know that is a staple for any comic, but not many can do it as well as you did.  Vernelle “Vee” broke into another fit of giggles when we talked about your routine today, and you definitely helped push our evening into something truly memorable for everyone involved. 

Suffice to say we absolutely loved you. We’d like to leave you a more formal review and recommendation online if you have a profile or place for us to do that, please let us know.  I will also be contacting YukYuks to commend and thank you through them as well.  Thank you for helping make our party one to remember!

All the best!        

Erica Mallat,  Marketing & Social Media, Rental City, Peterborough

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Patrick was a hit as headliner at LOL for Autism in the Glenn Gould Studio!  Finding comedy that works for a combined corporate and family audience can be challenging, and the stakes are high for major fundraising events.  Patrick's upbeat, hilarious act feels excitingly daring and endears any audience. He has an astute ability to read a large crowd as if he's speaking to each individual personally.  The audience struggled to hear over their own laughter and left wanting more - exactly our goal for an annual event. 

 Nancy Bent,  Communications and Marketing at Geneva Centre for Autism


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