Comedian Charlie Demers jokes about fatherhood on latest album

Vancouver-based comedian Charlie Demers explores how fatherhood has influenced his new material in his comedy album Fatherland.
Comedian Charlie Demers poses with guest host Laurie Brown in the q studio. (Chanel Klein/CBC)

Vancouver-based comedian Charlie Demers is a wearer of many hats. He's a playwright, voice actor, author, radio personality and he recently added another title to that list — father. His latest comedy album, Fatherland, examines just that.

Today, Demers joins guest host Laurie Brown in the q studio to talk about his long career in comedy and how fatherhood has influenced his new material.

— Produced by Vanessa Nigro


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