Amanda Day, hailing from Toronto, Ontario, Canada, has been plying her brand of smart, silly, and very dirty comedy stylings for seven years.
She has opened for such acts as Maria Bamford, Jason Rouse, Craig Gass, Brian Redban and Tony Hinchcliffe, Baron Vaughn, and Mike Lawrence; toured as part of the all-female Mary Janes of Comedy show; performed in the Dark Comedy Festival; guest judged the dog costume contest in 2011's Toronto Woofstock; announced wrestling at 2014's RiotFest; and recorded and guest hosted for SiriusXM Radio.
Recently, she performed at the Women in Comedy Festival in Boston, as part of the Canuck Cabaret in the Frigid Festival in New York and in Toronto's NXNE and Fringe festivals, as well as recorded a special for ichannel's No Kidding TV, performed on Toronto's first all-female SheDot festival, and opened for Brian Posehn at the Dark Comedy Festival.
She also produces and hosts a popular weekly show at Hot Box Café for the past three years and runs a seasonal show, Comedy Machine. Amanda Day has made appearances on Global TV's Morning Show and In My Humble Opinion on Funny or Die, and has recently launched a podcast called Date Fail based on her popular posts on social media about online dating.