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Colin Mochrie of Whose Line Is It Anyway?  is headlining the STATE THEATRE on October 13th with his highly acclaimed two man, improv show Scared Scriptless.   See bio below along with the attached and for more show information, please visit:

Scared Scriptless which Colin performs with his long time comedy partner, Brad Sherwood, is the longest running live improv show in the world.  Armed with only their wits, this comedic duo are literally doing a high wire act every night on stage.   Is it any wonder that Colin and Brad had the honor of headlining at the White House Correspondent’s Dinner.

Colin has been a TV staple for nearly two decades, starring alongside Ryan Stiles and Wayne Brady in Whose Line Is It Anyway? which is one of the television’s longest running series and which just concluded its final season.

And if that is not enough, Colin can be found touring the country with Master Hypnotist Asad Mecci in their show HYPROV: IMPROV UNDER HYPNOSIS, which last year played an Off-Broadway engagement to rave reviews.

Colin Mochrie, who is one of the most renowned improv artists today, is currently performing his acclaimed show HYPROV: Improv Under Hypnosis with Master Hypnotist Asad Mecci off-Broadway at the Daryl Roth Theatre.

Recognized for phenomenal success on stage, Colin and Whose Line’s Brad Sherwood celebrated the 20th anniversary of their Scared Scriptless tour last year.  They’ve been recognized for having the longest running improv tour show in history and even had the honor of headlining at the White House Correspondent’s Dinner.   It is no wonder that Colin was honored alongside comedienne Andrea Martin with the inaugural recipients of Canada’s John Candy Award for Excellence in Comedy.

Colin has built a massive following co-starring on the hysterical series, Whose Line Is It Anyway? which was just picked up for its 19th season making Whose Line one of the longest running comedy shows on television.    Colin and co-stars Wayne Brady and Ryan Stiles, along with host Aisha Taylor’s have entertained generations of fans for almost two decades with their hilarious banter while playing incredible spontaneous improv games.  Colin was also a regular for nine years on the British version of Whose Line Is It Anyway?

Most recently,  Colin reprised his role as private investigator Ralph Fellows in the Canadian mystery/crime drama The Murdoch Mysteries which airs on the Ovation Channel in the U.S and starred in Amazon’s LOL: Last One Laughing Canada where he took home first prize in the competitive series and has a cameo role in the Kids In The Hall which also aired on Amazon.  Colin can currently be seen in the indie film comedy The End of Sex  which just had its premiere at the 2022 Toronto International Film Festival.

Previously, Colin co-starred in CBC’s TV movie A Christmas Letter, the theatrical film Boys vs. Girls opposite Kevin McDonald and was a featured in the documentary Act Social about the healing potential of applied improvisation. And earlier this year, Colin received a Canadian Screen Award nomination for Best Lead Performance for his role in the webcast Mass Hysterical: A Comedic Cantata.

Colin also authored Not Quite the Classics, published by Viking Books where he takes the first and last lines from familiar classics and reimagines everything in between, taking the reader in bizarre and hilarious new directions.

An alumnus of Toronto’s famous Second City troupe and life-long resident of Canada, he and his wife, actress and comedian, Debra McGrath, also enjoy performing their own improv shows throughout the Canada.  They are also proud parents of their daughter Kinley who is transgender and have become supporters of Welcome Friend Association’s Rainbow Camp which provides for LBGTQ teens.


Twitter – @colinmochrie (410K Followers)

FaceBook – @colinmochrie (385K Followers)

Instagram – @colinmochrie7591 (66K Followers)


Information provided to TVL by:
Jeff Abraham
Jonas Public Relations