Lisa-Gay Tremblay has been making audiences laugh for over 25 years. Her first television appearance as a kid was on the Uncle Willy and Floyd Show in her hometown Ottawa, Canada. In the high school snow queen pageant her talent was Lily Tomlin’s Edith Ann. She came in second!

After working for several years in statistics, Lisa-Gay decided to give her dream of being a stand-up comic a shot. She moved to Toronto and performed for Yuk Yuk’s and toured Canada. She wrote and starred in two CBC television sketch and stand-up comedy shows, toured for the troops and hosted morning television shows. She was the first Canadian woman to perform at the Just For Laughs

After winning her green card in a lottery (you read that right), she moved to New York to give the USA a try! Within weeks she had performed with Rosie O’Donnell in VH-1’s Stand-Up Spotlight!, opened for such Comedy legends as Jerry Seinfeld and Rodney Dangerfield. Los Angeles beckoned and the Canadian pioneer travelled the journey to the west coast.

In Los Angeles she was able to get her SAG card on Boy Meets World and continued her success in television with numerous appearances on, FOX, Showtime, A&E, and other network and cable channels. She was also getting her feet wet with several national commercials.

After getting married and having her daughter Claire, Lisa-Gay scaled the traveling and comedy back. She became a full-time mom and a part-time performer. She kept her hand in the game by continuing to do commercials and stand-up for charity as well as taking acting and improv classes but stopped touring. Now that her daughter is sixteen, Lisa-Gay is refocusing on her career and her dream of being a sitcom regular or having her own talk show. 

Lisa-Gay lives in Sherman Oaks (she was recently elected to the Sherman Oaks Neighborhood Council) with her husband, daughter, 2 dogs and the world’s fattest cat,

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