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Speakers’ Bureau of Alberta©

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Master of Ceremonies
“par excellence”

Location: Edmonton, Alberta

Reputation: National

Peter Brown is a much-sought-after Master of Ceremonies. His humour, his wit and his sense of timing are perfect for any formal occasion. He is the host of CBC Edmonton's afternoon radio show, Radio Active.  He's also been heard on the national airwaves, hosting That Saturday Show and The Circuit: Your Summer Festival Pass, and as a correspondent for Q, Sounds Like Canada, the Roundup and Morningside. Peter may be the only person in Canada to appear on both The Debaters and Ideas.

Peter also produces CBC Radio's national sketch comedy program The Irrelevant Show, which won a medal at the prestigious New York Festivals and a Canadian Comedy Award for Best Radio Clip.

Educated at the University of Saskatchewan and Cambridge, Peter began working with CBC Saskatchewan as a reporter, host, and resident comedy writer. He then worked as a producer on The Arts Tonight, before moving to Edmonton in the mid-nineties.

Peter has a background in comedy writing and performance. He's performed at the Edmonton and Edinburgh Fringes (and was featured on BBC radio's Best-of-the-Fringe
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showcase); he’s also a regular performer at the improvised soap opera “Die Nasty”.

Peter can be seen as a regular Master of Ceremonies of prominent events in Alberta, including the Sterling Awards and The City of Edmonton Mayor's Evening for the Arts. Peter is well known for his self-deprecating humour. “Certainement”, Peter can even speak limited French when needed.

Other hobbies include writing bios about himself in the third person. He enjoys that quite a lot.


More Information: 1.866.420.3338 (toll-free in Canada) email: info@speakersalberta.com
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