Deborah Kimmett


Deborah Kimmett’s comedy is a sassy combo of stand-up, stories, and songs! We guarantee that you will laugh until you cry!

here’s what people are saying about downward facing broad:

“Such a strong show. So funny. We were hoarse from hootin’ and hollerin’! 90 minutes that felt like a well-placed 50.” 

Julia Bennett, Snug Harbour Media

“I laughed so hard I was crying and that felt so good! The show was a bit of much needed light in these relentlessly depressing days.”

Joan Melanson, CBC Radio Producer

“Get to this show as soon as you see where Deb is next performing! What a terrific night! What a terrific show!”

Pat Yeatman , Perfomer

“Thank you from all us older broads for digging in so deep and honouring us!” 

Arlene Mazerolle , Re/Max Condos

Downward Facing Broad Preview!


“People say 60 is the new 40, but at 40 you can get pregnant. At 60, you look pregnant.” 

Downward Facing Broad: 90 minutes of a hilarious combo of standup and stories and songs. Kimmett apologizes to her grandmothers, gives tips on how to avoid a fight at Aquafit, and then emerges victorious when she takes on a gun-slinging Rotarian. 

The show has been selling out across the country – from Vancouver Island to Ontario. In 2019, it aired as a live comedy special on CBC Radio and was released by Howl and Roar Records on October 9th, 2019. It’s been holding its own as the number 5 download in Canada on I-Tunes for comedy albums. 

Starts @$2000: To book this show as a fundraiser or theatre event!


The Year of the Suddenly Preview!

the year of the suddenly

The Year of the Suddenly is part stand-up and all out brilliant storytelling about what happens when a ‘suddenly’ your life changes on a dime. Emotionally charged and full of laughs, Kimmett learns to love her brother and live in the moment.

This show raised over 15,000 for Ontario Hospices.

Starting at $2500.

To book as a fundraiser or as a theatre event, contact

here’s what people are saying about
the year of the suddenly
“Kimmett delivers a wonderfully funny, tender-endearing performance.”
Sue Capon, County Live

“The Year of the Suddenly is funny, touching, and kinda brilliant.”

Dan Redican, The Frantics, Sunnyside, Puppets Who Kill

“Raw, touching, and heartbreaking.”

Jonathon Wilson, Kilt, My Own Private Oshawa

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Check out these clips of Deborah’s other hilarious work

“Men vs. Women”

“Getting Out of House in The Morning”

“How to Tie a Scarf”

““Fitbit Fight”

to find out more


or call: 647-383-9665