Canadian Stand-Up Comedian and Actor
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Widely regarded as one of Canada’s top stand-up comedians, Ryan has performed for hundreds of thousands of people across North America. He is the winner of a Canadian Comedy Awards, and the Phil Hartman Award for his stand up comedy.
Ryan Belleville is one of Canada’s best known comedians and comedic actors. For four seasons now he has played Lionel on the Netflix/CBC hit show Workin Moms. He has ten appearances at the renowned Just for Laughs Festival and dozens of televised appearances including CBC’s Halifax Comedy Festival, The Winnipeg Comedy Festival, Comedy Now, Live at Gotham, CBS’s The Late Late Show, and MTV’s Busted. Ryan is also a regular on CBC’s The Debaters.
As an actor he has made turns on SyFy’s Wynonna Earp, and CW’s The LA Complex, and starred in CTV’s Satisfaction, Hulu’s Almost Heroes, as well as FOX’s sitcom Life on a Stick. He has also had starring roles in the feature films National Lampoons Going the Distance, Disney’s Stuck in the Suburbs, Step Dogs and the award winning family film Finn on the Fly.
Proud father, and husband. He currently lives in Los Angeles.
“Not just a great Canadian comic, but one of the best around anywhere.”
- Ten appearances at the renowned Just for Laughs Festival
- CBC’s Halifax Comedy Festival
- The Winnipeg Comedy Festival
Has performed on stage for many corporate groups
film / tv / broadcast credits
- Netflix/CBC hit show, Workin Moms
- Comedy Now
- Live at Gotham
- CBS’s The Late Late Show
- Comedy Central, CBS, Fox, and MTV.
- Regular on CBC’s The Debaters
- SyFy’s Wynonna Earp
- CW’s The LA Complex
- CTV’s Satisfaction
- Hulu’s Almost Heroes
- FOX’s sitcom, Life on a Stick
- National Lampoons Going the Distance
- Disney’s Stuck in the Suburbs
- Step Dogs
- Award winning family film, Finn on the Fly
awards / nominations
- Canadian Comedy Award
- The Phil Hartman Award for outstanding young comics in Canada
- Nominated for the Tim Sims Encouragement Fund Award, a prestigious award for outstanding emerging comedic talent in Toronto.