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Who is Andy Nulman?
Andy Nulman is a Montreal-based businessman best known for his activities in co-founding and promoting the Just For Laughs comedy festival; under Nulman's stewardship, the festival grew from a two-day show to a month-long event drawing international audiences. Nulman also sold multi-million dollar corporate sponsorships and created/ Executive Produced over 150 Festival TV shows, in a variety of languages, all over the world. He wrote, produced and hosted the 1997 CBC production of "The Worst of Just For Laughs," created the controversial, Gemini-award nominated gay sketch comedy show "In Thru The Out Door" for CBC and Showtime in 1998 and won a "Best Variety Series" Gemini Award for "The Best of Just For Laughs" in 1993.
- nationality: Canada
- religion: Judaism
- profession: Businessperson
- some of the nominations and awards:
- nominated to Gemini Award for Best Variety Series - "The Montreal International Comedy Festival", with Gilbert Rozon
- nominated to Gemini Award for Best Music, Variety Program or Series - "In Thru The Out Door"
- nominated to Canadian Screen Award for Best Variety or Sketch Comedy Program or Series - "Funny As Hell", with Sylvie Arbour, Gilbert Rozon, Evi Regev, Robbie Praw, Bruce Hills
- nominated to Canadian Screen Award for Best Variety or Sketch Comedy Program or Series - "Just for Laughs: All-Access" (The Muppets All‐Star Comedy Gala), with Sylvie Arbour, Bruce Hills, Gilbert Rozon, Brent Schiess, Robbie Praw
- official website: andynulman.com
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