Ivan Decker
for booking contact:
Jeff Turner
jeff@turnerentertainmentgroup.com
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Vancouver Sun on Netflix Comedy Special
Georgia Straight Article
BC Living Feature

Top Comic Calgary 2015
Ivan Decker
Observational Hilarity - Sharp - Smart - Hilarious
2018 Juno Award Winner for Comedy Album of the Year

Ivan Decker, originally from Vancouver, now Los Angeles- based, is a writer, stand-up comedian and actor, known for his sharp, polished, and multi-layered observational comedy.

A force on the scene as one of Canada’s top comedians, Ivan Decker has become a favorite among audiences and comedians alike. He has numerous television performances filmed at the prestigious Just for Laughs Montreal festival and can be heard across North-America on Sirius XM radio. Audiences agree it is always a delight to watch Ivan perform his sharp, multi-layered observational comedy.

He has performed stand-up comedy across North America and can be seen and heard as a part of the popular CBC radio program "The Debaters". Most recently, Ivan was named a “Comic To Watch” by TBS at the New York Comedy Festival, and subsequently made his U.S. television debut on “Conan.”

His fun and silly approach to stand up often reveals the humor hiding in the everyday trials of today’s young adult with careful dissection,
brilliant timing, and intelligent observation.

Ivan’s most recent comedy album "I Wanted to be a Dinosaur" won the 2018 Juno Award for Comedy Album of the Year. It can be heard on all major streaming platforms and is available on iTunes.

In the summer of 2018, Ivan filmed a half-hour special for Netflix that will be released in 2019.

"One can see why Decker is a rising star in Vancouver’s comedy scene. He’s deeply committed to what he does and strives to improve himself at every turn" - Discorder Magazine

"One of the funniest and most likable young comics in the Country" - The Georgia Straight

"His skill for twisting mundane topics into well-crafted punches is near poetic. "- Splitsider.com

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