With his ranty, need-to-get-this-out style, Nathan Macintosh is an award winning comedian who offers a deeper, different perspective that’s always fresh and funny. His opinions and thoughts focus on a unique sense of individuality, making him compelling and interesting, while touching on topics most people overlook.
Nathan has performed at many of the major comedy festivals, including the Halifax Comedy Festival in 2009, 2012 and 2014, 2016, the Boston Comedy Festival in 2010, and the prestigious Just For Laughs Comedy Festival in 2010, 2012, 2014 and 2016, where he performed on a Gala taped for TV that was hosted by Carrie Fisher.
He has performed on Gotham Comedy LIVE for AXS TV, his own half hour Comedy Now! special shown on The Comedy Network/CTV, JFL's Talk of the Fest Gala, Red Eye on Fox News, The 10th Annual Canadian Comedy Awards, the Halifax Comedy Festival, CBC's The Debaters, and a small role in the critically acclaimed film "The Wait" which premiered at the 2006 Toronto International Film Festival and aired on CBC. He has also written for TV, being a story editor for The Latest Buzz on the Family Channel.
Nathan has also been heard on radio, XM radios Laugh Attack, Chomping at The Bit and is a regular on CBC's radios 'The Debaters'.
Nathan's first album I Wasn't Talking was featured in Ex!aim Magazine's Top Ten Hilariously Good Comedy Moments of 2015. He is also the host of the podcast Positive Anger, which has over 400,000 listens on SoundCloud and is frequently in the top 200 podcasts on iTunes.
Nathan is a winner of and has been nominated for multiple Canadian Comedy Awards, including Best Writing and Best Taped Performance, and winning the Tim Simms Encouragement Award.
"Brilliant Stand Up Comedy" - Glenn Sumi, NOW Toronto