You might recognize Mae Martin from her starring role in the Netflix series, "Feel Good," a partially autobiographical romantic comedy. A Toronto-born comedian, writer, and actor, she enrolled in Second City improv at the age of 13 and dropped out of school at age 15 to pursue full-time comedy. Martin talks to Nam Kiwanuka about her life and accomplishments.
Episode:
Mae Martin: A Canadian Comedy Success
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Jun 29, 2020
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