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Ryan McMahon

Ryan’s comedy is irreverent and boundary pushing as he focuses his attention on the good, the bad & the ugly of the collision between Indian Country and the mainstream. A graduate of the prestigious Second City Conservatory (Toronto) Ryan's storytelling brand of comedy is as smart as it is angry-ish - full of characters, standup, rants & raves. 

In the summer of 2012 Ryan McMahon became the FIRST Native Comedian to ever record a one hour mainstream comedy special for CBC TV when he recorded "Ryan McMahon - UnReserved." That same summer (2012) Ryan made his debut at the prestigious Just For Laughs Festival in Montreal. In Februay 2014 Ryan recorded a NEW ONE HOUR CBC comedy special (his 4th comedy special in 4 years) when he recorded a LIVE version of his podcast, "Red Man Laughing" for CBC Radio One - which aired Nationally in Canada on National Aboriginal Day 2014.


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McMahon angrily delivers his reflections on racism & colonialism, all perfectly punctuated with hilarious bout of fury.
— Briarpatch Magazine | 2014
He’s a Native George Carlin. He tells stories. He understands the issues. He’s fearless. And funny.
— Steve Glassman | Executive Producer | CBC Television
The fastest rising Native Comedian working in North America today.
— CBC Winnipeg Comedy Festival
A stereotype destroying Aboriginal comic. He’s hilarious, incredibly inventive and original. He’ll have you laughing at things you’re not sure you can laugh at...but laugh anyway...he dares you.
— Laugh Out Loud | CBC Radio One
Ryan McMahon’s comedy is mischievous and skilled, cutting through tricky subjects like a surgeon.
— Edmonton Journal | 2014
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