ABOUT D.J. DEMERS

D.J. Demers is an award-winning stand-up comedian born in Canada and now based in Los Angeles, California. In June of 2019, he released his second stand-up album, Uninterpreted, on all major streaming platforms.

His first album, [Indistinct Chatter], was nominated at the 2018 Juno Awards for Comedy Album of the Year.

D.J. has also released two comedy specials in video form. [Indistinct Chatter] is available on Vimeo (or for free on Amazon Prime in the US and UK).

D.J. Demers: Interpreted features a sign language interpreter translating D.J.’s entire show. That special can be streamed on Crave in Canada.

D.J. appeared on season 11 of America's Got Talent. He has performed stand-up on Conan twice and was the winner of the 2014 Homegrown Comics Competition at the prestigious Just For Laughs festival in Montreal. After winning the competition, D.J. was invited to perform at a TV taping, the first time that has happened in festival history.

D.J. Demers proudly serves on the Board of Directors at No Limits for deaf Children, a Los Angeles-based not-for-profit that provides support and education for deaf children and their families.

NOTEWORTHY STUFF IN REVERSE CHRONOLOGICAL FASHION:

2019 Released 2nd stand-up comedy album - D.J. Demers - Uninterpreted
2019 Released 2nd one-hour special in Canada - D.J. Demers: Interpreted
2018 Juno Award nomination for Comedy Album of the Year
2018 Southeast Asia Tour in Vietnam, Thailand, Singapore, and Malaysia
2017 Appearance on Conan
2017 Featured Comedian of the Month in June on Laugh USA
2017 Here to Hear Comedy Tour
2017 Released 1st one-hour stand-up special, [Indistinct Chatter].
2016 Canada Day Performance for Canadian Forces in Alert, Nunavut
2016 Contestant on season 11 of America's Got Talent 
2015 Canadian Comedy Award - Best Breakout Artist
2014 Appearance on Conan
2014 Homegrown Comics Competition winner at Just For Laughs
2013 Toronto Comedy Brawl winner
2011 Finalist in NBC’s Stand-Up for Diversity