Experience of Steve Patterson
Steve Patterson, known for being on the show The Debaters, has been headlining shows since 1997. He has several national television specials under his belt including four Just for Laughs galas. He was nominated in 2010 for a Gemini Award that earned recognition from Steve Martin.
Steve also was named Best Male Stand-Up Comedian at the 2011 and 2013 Canadian Comedy Awards and was nominated for Canadian Screen Awards as host on HGTV’s I Wrecked My House and CBC’s Great Canadian Screen Test.
His theatre show This is Not Debatable is on iTunes and his The Book of Letters I Didn’t Know Where to Send is in bookstores and on Audible. He also has a VSP Podcast with Steve Patterson.
Performance Style of Steve Patterson
Steve is knowledgeable of current events and has quick comebacks. He is self-deprecating and lots of fun but never mocks or embarrasses an audience member. He is a popular host and speaker for private corporate events and has worked with the Canadian Olympic Committee, Coca-Cola Canada, PepsiCo, Future Shop, Best Buy, Manulife Financial, and Investor’s Group, among others.
Why hire Steve Patterson?
In addition to stand up comedy, Patterson is also a highly sought-after host and speaker for private corporate events.
Works Well in this Type of Event: Private Events, Corporate Events, Cruise Lines, Comedy Festivals, Sports Events, Casino Events, Charity Events, Celebrity Speaking Events, Conventions, Trade Shows.
How to book Steve Patterson
You can request information on our entertainment options through our on-line request form. Or, you can call us Toll Free at 1.800.693.6665
“Steve was just great! We had a terrific event and Steve was a huge contributor to the overall success. I’ve had a number of emails from attendees and they were just delighted with his participation. Steve provided a much-needed time for our members to just relax and have a good laugh. Personally, I want to thank Steve for now identifying our association as the “Dutch Gramma” group. We’ll never be able to get rid of that image. It must be a really difficult job for a comedian to perform to a screen full of silent faces. Hopefully, Steve won’t have to get too good at that and we can return to a more normal way of life soon.”