Halfway Through

Mon, Sep 24, 2018


Lots of news in the half a year since I have updated the page but I am slowly pulling back from my standup career.  Maybe this is the downside of a wave and a upside will return me back to normal

I doubt it.

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2017 and Beyond

Sat, Oct 15, 2016


hey everyone just a quick update

cartoon world:

Ranger Rob:  now playing everyday in canada on teletoon at around 615pm…. if you have little ones they will like it.  Turn it into a drinking game everytime i do that annoying laugh…drunk in 6 minutes

Wishfart: I just recorded a few eps of a new show with the title Wishfart.  I hope my character stays cause it is annoying and that is the one thing i am good at just ask my wife.

New Podcast Appearences:

go listen to me bitch and complain my way and make you cry with laughter… well maybe just cry

Standup Comedy

Ok so i have a few dates coming up with kenny robinson for rank n vile.  A super dirty tour that any degenerate would love.  We are going to attempt to record a bunch of shows and record an old school spit album where you get 20 minutes of me and 20 of kenny.  Those dates are november and january

Career Suiced tour:


some dates are going to be in january and february where i will be attempting to record a new cd.  i will have to get a new title as career suicide has been used for a one man show in new york.  Any suggestions please send my way

if I havent come to your town in a while either let me know or your local comedy club.  the phone calls work or at least piss them off when they wont book me for bullshit reason

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Fri, Aug 12, 2016


So it has been a very long time since i have updated the website.  Have i retired?  Some may think so.  I have gone underground for a bit to try and see what i want to scream about next.  I am still doing tons of stuff i just havent said much about it


Camp Lakebottom:  just wrapped xeason 3 and still kicking ass all over the world.

Total Drama Island Ridonculous Race: I played the part of stepbrother Chet.  The show also was a huge success and i made it to the halfway point of the season before getting booted off.  It is a take off of the amazing race and i played a character very much like the will farrell john c reily stepbrothers characters

Ranger Rob:  look for this show this fall.  It is aimed at the preschoolers market.  I play the role of a yeti who is best friends with a boy who is the son of the park ranger.  It was a lot of fun to do and hopefully the youngins like it

I am still waiting to hear about another start of a cartoon that i am really excited about.  This one is very weird in the vein of adventure time.


I have finally crawled out of the despair of writers block and am looking to record a new at least a new ep if not a full album in january of 2017.  I have two ideas where one is just another comedy album of new jokes OR a full album of storytelling.  Lots of my stories people tell me they love and i need to do them on stage so we shall see if i can pull it off.  If i do the record it will be in a small venue for the first time.  No more thunder dome comedy clubs for recordings.

I also have a new comedy tour and poster in the works which will hopefully be allowed to be displayed in comedy venues.  Most of my posters over the years have not been displayed cause it is too much to ask for comedy venues to do that.  Wasted time and energy in the long run but you have to keep swinging the bat to evenutally hit something.

I have been interviewed quite a bit over the last month or so about the mike ward case of a comic being sued for a joke.

My take is simple….. no comedian should be taken to court as I believe every joke is allowed to be told but only that comic knows if it should be.  For a great take legally on this arugment there is an article from a comedian and lawyer based now out of the states name Jess Salomon.

For my longer take on it you can listen to the following show I did for talk radio here by movie reviewer and cool pop culture guy Richard Crouse.  Joining in on the conversation is very funny comedian Simon Rakoff. is still open for business.  I am still the only comic to have his whole career available online and the first comic to have a box set for download online for only 20 bucks.  That is alot of cunts for 20 bucks.  Over 40 hours of stuff that is defintiely over a hundred cunts per buck.

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Sat, May 23, 2015


Well I am sitting in a hotel room in Kelowna BC at the end of my first leg of my 2015 cross canada tour.  This is to help push the release of my Comedy Box Set called The Darkness Within.  Over 25 hours of comedy content pulled from the last 25 years of my lifetime of dissapointment.  This is all for sale on one USB rocket stick.  And now I can brag that I am (to my knowledge and if I am wrong please let me know)


You can buy everything i ever put out in one place online so after you leave a show and think fuck i wish I bought 25 hrs of that little angry trolls comedy… well here is your chance.

I have always worked hard at trying to do something a little different than everyone else or at least attempted to be ahead of the curve.  I am not getting any younger and its hard to keep up.

Check it out… send your peeps over who  might like this kind of comedy.  Every little bit helps.

I am adding dates weekly to the tour and as it stands right now

First Leg last two stops: Niagara Falls, Toronto

Second Leg includes: Montreal, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Pei July 2015

Third Leg includes: Fort St John, Edmonton, St Johns, Mississauga, Vaughn and a few other ontario cities Sept-Nov 2015

If you want me to come to your town it is easy.. get in touch with me and find me a venue and I will make an effort to bring the masses the hate…  one city at a time

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Sat, May 23, 2015


Darren Frost: Emotional Terrorism

By: Tyler Dombroski

Darren Frost is back and running hotter than hell as one of Canada’s most illustrious X-rated acts. Darren’s release (both emotionally and the DVD) is his fourth feature-length DVD special aimed to please the “f*%kies” (a.k.a. those in the bitter-sweet front rows) world-wide . Emotional Terrorism: it’s not just for the divorcee anymore.

This comedy special presents the dark interpretation of Darren’s own real-life events and disposition as a man who doesn’t (read: unwilling to, never will!) sugar coat anything. Darren will be the first to say that his brand of comedy is a hard pill to swallow, and this DVD is a tall order…no doubt. As his subject matter dabbles with immigration law, global warming, and even our world at war, Emotional Terrorism flirts with the dark and brooding edge of x-rated comedy. Continuing with abortion, euthanasia, and even a new take on fisting (*Editor’s note: that’s likely the first and only time that’s ever been said), Frost keeps things fresher than a taxidermist’s basement. This special is a sheer breath of Frost’s own, cold truth- perfect for anyone who has the guts to face it.

A quote from Darren’s special sets the tone for this release:

“We’re in a sewer of shit going downhill because we watch TV…but we don’t watch the news”. –Darren Frost

Frost is the first ever Canadian comedian to release four one-hour specials of all new material independently- without the blood-thirsty hounds of a corporate filter. Although- that doesn’t keep him safe from controversy; Darren’s been attacked on stage both physically and verbally, in events captured live, later going viral on Youtube.

Similar to his previous specials, Frost is serving up his fans a ton of bonus content. Chatting about hecklers, being assaulted on stage, and a few behind the scenes moments in the development of his new one hour special, this DVD is great for anyone who has an above-average love for the art of telling jokes and stirring the Sh*tpot.

It’s the first stitch on an open wrist, and we can see it for all that it is… the makings of one of Canada’s greatest comedic monsters of our time.

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Sat, May 23, 2015


There’s been lots of talk recently about who could play Rob Ford in the inevitable movie, and after watching comic Darren Frost’s fourth DVD, Emotional Terrorism, my vote goes to him. Sure, the mayor’s got more height and a lot more girth than Frost, who at one point in his show compares himself to Danny DeVito or a “fat, mentally challenged Phil Collins.” But the veteran comic matches RoFo in volatility and rage. Watching Frost, in person or on disc, your own blood pressure’s bound to go up a few notches. But at least the laughs he gets are intentional.

Recorded earlier this year in London, Ontario, this disc has all the hallmarks of Frost’s act: the aggressive, confrontational stance, the (playful) picking on someone in the front row by repeatedly calling him (it’s usually a him) “Fucky” and the savage tearing apart of news and pop culture items.

It’s a sign of how short the news cycle is these days that some specific references feel a tad dated, like bits about the drunk driver whose video singing Bohemian Rhapsody in a cop car became a YouTube sensation, and those punks from Jersey Shore.

Other jokes are classic, however, like his immigration test for new Canadians (“Have them watch a Rita MacNeil Christmas Special without vomiting on themselves”) or his bit about Justin Bieber’s favourite fans.

Approaching middle age, Frost’s not afraid to embrace his physical shortcomings and test the limits of acceptability. A joke about the TV reality show Hoarders goes to unexpected places. And he’s come up with brutally honest and funny material about raising three sons, one of whom might be gay.

His longest joke goes into vivid detail about birth control, beginning with a gag that’ll have you avoiding the egg section in Shoppers and ending with a vasectomy appointment that’ll make you wince in pain before keeling over with laughter.

One of the extras includes the infamous clip of a guy responding to one line from that bit. Introducing it, Frost (his pugnacious persona now gone) puts the episode in context, shedding light on his process and what he finds funny. There’s also a sequence from the Rivoli’s ALTdot of another heckler throwing a glass at him. And the best extra of all is his first comedy special, 2008’s Laughing Away The Tears.

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Scene Magazine May 2015

Sat, May 23, 2015



DARREN FROST isn’t for everybody. He’d probably be the first one to tell you that. In fact, I think he’d say that with a hint of satisfaction. After 25 years in Canadian comedy, he’s not out to please the masses. Or kowtow to popular taste. He’s done his fair share of that. And arguably no other Canadian comic has reinvented themselves as much as Frost has in the last two and a half decades.

Darren Frost started off slapstick. A silly, schlocky, squeaky clean character crafted for audience consumption. Over the years, he played that part on stage and on-screen. Yes, he was the Listerine man. Yes, his voice has been heard on animated series’ and kids shows across the dial. Still is.

But over time, Darren parted ways with that over-the-top on-stage persona, he evolved into a drastically different Darren Frost. A darker, more raw, real, and unfiltered version of himself that breeds controversy and spits pure vitriol. If it’s our job as comedians to peel apart the layers, and poke fun at what we find underneath – Darren Frost wields one of the deepest cutting scalpels in Canadian comedy. He’s not known for pulling punches. He’s an unapologetically outspoken voice, and 25 years deep – he’s among the best we’ve ever produced.

For Frost, it’s about making the kind of comedy where he can say what he wants to say. His fans and followers are loyal to a fault. And he’s more than paid his dues. He’s been banned by bookers, he’s been attacked by drunk audience. He’s swam in his fair share of shit. After 25 years in standup, it’s all familiar turf for Frost.

He’s also headlined a long list of sold out tours across Canada. Above and beyond his own busy schedule, he’s also one half of the cult classic “Rank & Vile Tour” with fellow Canadian comedy heavyweight Kenny Robinson. He has the weight of Canada’s biggest club chain behind him. He’s independently produced 4 DVD box sets (a first, for any Canadian comic).

And now he’s on the road again, in support of yet another major milestone. “THE DARKNESS WITHIN” is a 25-hour USB box set that highlights 25 years of standup, backed by a coast to coast tour that includes familiar venues and favourite cities, first-time stops and opening dates in his own hometown for the first time in nearly a decade. The first box set of its kind in Canadian comedy, and maybe comedy in general.

Darren Frost joined me in the TALKHOLE podcast network studio on a recent episode of my Forever Young show (click below) what it’s all about at this point. 25 years in. With 4 DVD box sets, multiple cross-Canada tours, a new career-spanning USB box set. For Frost, he’ll be on stage as long as he has something to say. On his terms. For his fans. You know, the FUCKIES!

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Sat, May 23, 2015


Comic Darren Frost ready to fire up city

Darren Frost is bringing his hilarious R-rated tour to Yuk Yuks Vancouver for one night only, Sunday, May 17th.

Arguably the most controversial comedian in the country, the Brantford, Ontario native and veteran of the Canadian comedy scene is unapologetically outspoken while his act has been described as nothing short of a live exorcism.

Frost is convinced his show will make for a refreshing treat for the typically laid-back West Coast audiences.

Mark Breslin, writing in the Guide to Canadian Stand-up Comedy, describes Frost as “a comedian who may represent our troubled age better than anyone. There’s the edge, and then there’s further, and then there is Darren Frost.”

Although Frost has enjoyed some recent success in Vancouver, the comedian is quick to suggest that it’s a tough town when it comes to comedy. He says he needs to work extra hard in the port city for his laughs.

“It comes with the territory for the kind of comedy I do,” Frost maintains. “Social commentary or button –pushing comedy forces you to work hard because audiences are not always on your side.”

Certainly, that was the case back in 2013, when an intoxicated audience member chucked a beer bottle at his chest during a performance.

Then there was the time he was forced to kick out the 20 rowdy “St. Westley Church Pissers” from his Yuk Yuks show back when it was still on Burrard Street.

That one, he admits, was a lot less painful, and he enjoyed the challenge of working them into the show, Frost laughs.

Says Frost: “Sometimes comedy is like a flesh-eating wound where you have to cut off the arm to save the body.”

But for the most part, his fans cooperate and come out in droves to celebrate his uniqueness.

This time around Frost is curious to see how playing in a city with a dispensary on every corner will affect his audience. He proposes that he may need to breathe a bit more fire into the crowd just to keep them on their toes.

Frost is currently touring the country, celebrating the release of his Darkness Within box set, a collection of over 25 hours of content spanning his 25-year career.

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Sat, May 23, 2015


Darren Frost survives his darkness within

Darren Frost is a standup survivor. He’s been heckled and physically attacked, but keeps coming back for more. Of course, there have been successes along the 25-year journey, too, but they’re not as juicy and fun—just good, solid credits: he’s a two-time Canadian Comedy Award nominee, has put out four DVDs and three CDs, and has done CBC’s The Debaters and Mr. D.

On his latest tour, which hits Yuk Yuk’s for a special Sunday-night show, he’s selling all of it on a USB stick that contains 25 hours of comedy, including 12 hours from his DVDs, podcast appearances, CDs, early clips from what he calls his crowd-pleasing “happy clappy fun boy” era, and such later clips as the one of him being physically assaulted by a thrown whiskey tumbler that landed straight on his solar plexus and being verbally assaulted by unhappy punters. He calls it The Darkness Within: A Lifetime of Disappointment.

This is a guy who supplements his income with numerous acting gigs (Hairspray with John Travolta and Fever Pitch with Jimmy Fallon, as well as voice work on Camp Lakebottom, among others). So where’s the darkness and disappointment?

“I think I cut myself open every night and let it bleed out, pretty much,” he says. “The stories speak for themselves. Constant bad luck.”

His wife of 11 years jokes about the “Frost family curse”.

“I used to tell a story in my act about a Quebec field trip in high school,” Frost says, on the phone from his home in Toronto. “It’s true: 41 people applied for this trip and 40 could go. And I couldn’t go. Everyone’s screaming ‘Yay!’ and hugging each other. It’s just a setup for a lifetime of disappointment.”

Two of his three kids have the same heart defect, tetralogy of Fallot, which has required multiple open-heart surgeries. Frost has battled diabetes and skin cancer. He’s had problems with a vasectomy and been misdiagnosed with other ailments. He’s got no other choice but to laugh about it—or at least cause the audience to laugh through his piercing stares and angry outbursts.

It didn’t start out that way, though. His first five-ish years were spent doing a wacky character with funny pants.

“That was the era,” he says. “It was just doing material that got laughs. I did very well. But you realize it’s kind of hollow. I felt very trapped, so I said, ‘Enough of this,’ and I shitcanned all that stuff and started doing other material. I think I’m better for it.”

But the angry guy on-stage now is also a persona. The real Darren Frost is somewhere between the polar opposites, although probably closer to the intense current version. “It’s a heightened version of who I am now,” he says.

Frost has moved away from commentary into more personal stories, which resonate with audiences more, even if they can’t totally relate to the string of bad luck that follows him around. And that’s seen a decrease in the number of altercations he gets himself into.

“People generally had an opinion about a news story I was talking about and if I didn’t have their opinion, they got pretty upset,” he says. “That led to battles with hecklers or people getting upset and trying to shut the show down. You can be upset with what I say to my kids or how I present them, but it doesn’t screw up the audience as much as when I did my Third World hunger jokes or jokes about the [Greyhound] beheading. I just don’t have the heart in me anymore to want to fight every single crowd to that level.”

He seems to be enjoying himself more, too—as far as a Frost can, anyway.

“I love it when all the planets align. They don’t always align, but I do still love it,” he says of life on the road performing standup. “It’s my heroin, there’s no doubt about it.”

Darren Frost’s The Darkness Within Tour plays Yuk Yuk’s Comedy Club on Sunday (May 17).

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Kamloops May 2015

Sat, May 23, 2015


Frost not for faint of heart

By: Jessica Wallace in Entertainment May 19, 2015 0 161 Views

For Darren Frost, there’s no thrill like standup comedy.

The Canadian comic wears many hats — voice, film and television actor, among others — but it’s all for the stage.

“Standup comedy, by far,” he said of his preferred work.

“Everything else funds my ability to do standup comedy.”

He recently wrapped up two days of filming with Nicolas Cage for a part in the movie Pay the Ghost and had just touched down in the Yukon when KTW reached him for a phone interview.

The Darkness Within Tour — his largest in Canada in 25 years — began in Ontario and will make its way across the country this year.

He’ll stop at The Office Pub and Grill in Valleyview this week and remembers performing in the River City in the mid-1990s, downtown at     the former Jukebox Jive.

“People used to drink. I’m sure that hasn’t changed,” he said with a laugh.

Frost, 44, has seen changes to the comedy world in his tenure on stage, namely due to the explosion of the Internet.

“Communication has got easier,” he said. “Crowds have become more comedy savvy.”

But, one thing never changes.

“If you wanna make a living in this country, you have to hustle,” he said. “You think that over time and education, that would kind of go away, but it doesn’t.”

Frost’s own comedy style has changed.

While he once focused on social commentary, he said people don’t want to hear it anymore.

Now, he jokes about real life and his three boys — ages five, eight and 11 — back home in Toronto, offer plenty of inspiration.

“I talk about my kids a lot now,” he said, noting it’s all “feces and farts” with them.

“It’s all they talk about. Sometimes I wish I have a girl.”

As for his tour, Frost advises audiences to keep an open mind and the hashtag set up for the tour on social media #thedarknesswithin provides insight.

His tweets are laced with profanities. Of the ones KTW could print:

“sister had so many abortions in the 90s when she goes inside a closet all the coat hangers go straight #oldjokes #nottrue #thedarknesswithin [sic]”

“I can’t stop humming black sabbath songs while my son has first communion #warpigs #thewizard [sic]”

Frost says his tour is not for the faint of heart.

“Don’t come with an agenda, just come to laugh,” he said. “If you don’t like one joke, wait for the next one. . .  If you don’t like three in a row, probably leave.”

He is also selling a jump drive box set with more than 24 hours of comedy, on which his tour is based. The pub is at 2020 Falcon Rd. Tickets are $10 in advance from or $15 at the door. The show is at 8 p.m.

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