|Name Nile Seguin|
Movies Brunch Bitch
|Books I on World : 2004 : the Little Year that Could But Didn't|
Nominations Canadian Comedy Award for Live / Best Taped Live Performance
Do immigrants "steal" jobs? | Nile Seguin
Nile Seguin (born 1973) is a Canadian comedian from Ottawa, Ontario. He was born to a French Canadian mother and a Rwandan father.
He has appeared on MuchMusic's Video On Trial as well as the film Ham & Cheese. He has written for CBC Television's The Hour with host George Stroumboulopoulos and This Hour Has 22 Minutes.
He has written and performed four one man shows Fear of a Brown Planet (which received a Canadian Comedy Award nomination in 2001), Evil is the New Good, History: Deleted Scenes and Extras and Company Man.
In 2011 he performed at the Winnipeg Comedy Festival, the Halifax Comedy Festival, the Sudbury Comedy Festival, the Cottage Country Comedy Festival as well as the Just For Laughs Comedy Festival. He was also featured in the web series The Originals in which he played one of the leads.
In 2012 he was the opening act for Sugar Sammy on his run of bilingual comedy shows called "You're Gonna Rire." Nile performed his routine in French, German, and Portuguese for fifty shows to sold out audiences of 1300 people. In the summer of 2012 Nile became the first comedian to have performances in both French and English at the Just For Laughs Festival.