Mark Little

The comedian, actor and writer did improv in Vancouver for five years before moving to Halifax to further his comedy career (as one does). He became fluent in stand-up and sketch comedy and, in 2006, he was voted Halifax's Best Comic. He would win that award for four years running. In 2009, Mark won Canada's top two stand-up comedy competitions: the Just For Laughs Homegrown Competition and the Yuk Yuk's Great Canadian Laugh Off, which came with a $25,000 grand prize. Mark was pleased. Mark is one of the founding members of the sketch comedy group Picnicface, whose television show (Picnicface) currently airs on The Comedy Network. Picnicface also released a book (Picnicface's Canada, HarperCollins) in November 2011 (currently available at Chapters and on Amazon, and probably other places), and a movie, Rollertown, which Mark co-wrote and starred in, and which D Films is distributing. He has also written for This Hour Has 22 Minutes and starred in one episode of Jason Priestly's HBO series Call Me Fitz.