Kevin Shustack is a queer Canadian writer, stand-up comedian and former mathlete currently living in L.A.
He is a writer for the award-winning political comedy series This Hour Has 22 Minutes on CBC, for which he's been nominated for a Writer's Guild Award and Canadian Comedy Award. He has also written extensively for animation, including Amazon Prime'sToonMarty and Nickelodeon's Chop Chop Ninja, as well as other projects currently in development. In addition, dozens of his satirical articles have been published on The Beaverton.
As a performer, Kevin has appeared in OFF-JFL, the Boston Comedy Festival, and the New York Comedy Festival, where he was featured in the Best New Talent showcase at Caroline's. Some of the comedians he's opened for include Matteo Lane, Dom Irrera, and Tig Notaro. His sketch comedy troupe Cousins quickly became a favorite on the Montreal scene, winning Best New Troupe at Montreal SketchFest in 2016.
In 2006, Kevin set an all-time camp record after maintaining a staring contest for over an hour. It is still his proudest accomplishment to date.
- Tig Notaro
"Definitely one to watch."
- Exclaim! magazine
"One of my favorite
children working today."
- Karen Shustack