Catch some laughs with Canadian Comedy Legend, Mike MacDonald at the Village Playhouse.
Mike MacDonald has been performing on stages across North America for more than 30 years. As the son of a career Canadian Air Force officer, MacDonald learned at an early age that humour would make him popular. Born in Metz France, MacDonald grew up on military bases in Western Europe and Canada. Upon his father’s retirement, the MacDonald family moved to Ottawa. After high school, Mike MacDonald toured across Canada as one of two drummers in the band MapleRidge who were sponsored by the Canadian government to perform their rock opera entitled, The Life and Times of Louie Riel. In 1978, at the age of 23, MacDonald tried his own brand of stand-up comedy at some of the local clubs before moving to Toronto, and eventually performing throughout Canada and the United States.
As Mike MacDonald’s fame grew, he appeared on many TV shows including Late Night with David Letterman, The Arsenio Hall Show, and Just For Laughs. He has also written and starred in three nominated and critically acclaimed CBC/Showtime specials of his own: Mike MacDonald; On Target; My House! My Rules; and Happy As I Can Be. He has hosted both the Gemini Awards and the “Just For Laughs 10th Anniversary Special” for the CBC and starred in a sitcom on that network called “Mosquito Lake.”