Natalie Norman

Natalie Norman

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When Natalie Norman told her parents at the age of 24 that she wanted to be a comedian her mother’s response was “What’s wrong with you? There is no such thing as a Jewish comedian, they don’t exist, why can’t you be a doctor. Also you’re fat, lose some weight, get married and leave us alone. I have to deal with your father and I am sick of him. You are ruining my life, what if I die tomorrow. Who is going to support you, no one because I am giving all our money to your older sister Simone.”

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Every since that day of disapproval Natalie has been rocking the Toronto comedy scene, proving to her mother and everyone else that Jewish comedians can and do exist. On stage Natalie electrifies the crowd with her warm presence navigating through the world of pop culture and religion, challenging the mainstreams ideas of what is and isn’t. . She is self-deprecating, yet suffers from extreme narcissism. She is not afraid to open up and share the joyous and not so cheerful moments of her life Seeing natalie perform is truly a unique experience not to be missed.

Natalie co-produces a monthly comedy show; Comedy in The Annex, which features some of the greatest comedians to come out of the Canadian comedy scene. It is held at the famous Toronto pub The Labyrinth Lounge at Brunswick Avenue and Bloor Street, in the heart of Toronto.