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Christopher Molineux was educated in Canada and the U.K. and obtained a B.A. at the University of Victoria. He has had over 20 years experience as a stand-up comedian performing at Just for Laughs and working with the likes of Jerry Seinfeld, Jim Carrey and Ellen DeGeneres. He has also done voices on the cartoons Inspector Gadget and Madeline and worked as a staff writer at Electronic Arts. Christopher has been working as a public speaking and communication skills coach since 1998 with companies such as LG and TD Canada Trust, he coached the Coca Cola Olympic Torch and Olympic site teams and is currently an official public speaking coach for the C.G.A.’s of B.C..
Visit his website: www.chrismolineux.com/
"A very funny man” - Jay Leno
“We were very impressed by Chris’s ability to relate to everyone regardless of age or background……he made everyone laugh and did so without offending anyone or using foul language…..a very funny and talented comedian” - The Sicon Group
“I appreciated his considerable linguistic ability, his quick wit, his rapport with the audience and the relevance of his material” - Antony Holland – founder of Studio 58
“Terrific performance…It was no doubt a challenge to develop a repertoire of material that would not require the vision of your audience, but you did so tastefully and with great humour……………just what the doctor ordered!” - Canadian Council of the Blind
“It was great to see everyone laughing throughout the evening….glad to recommend him as a suitable and very funny entertainment option” - Scotiabank
“Highly recommend him as a truly funny and entertaining comic” - National Squash Championships
“Every person was laughing, some even hysterically” - C.P.A.
“His material is topical and well researched….it is always a pleasure to listen to him” - West Vancouver Yacht Club
"Terrific performance… It was no doubt a challenge to develop a repertoire of material that would not require the vision of your audience, but you did so tastefully and with great humour... just what the doctor ordered!"
-Canadian Council of the Blind