This paper people is the Deanne Smith, the papercraft is designed by sally. DeAnne Smith is an award-winning Canadian-American comedian, writer and columnist. Smith first gained notice as a comedian in 2008 touring her debut full-length solo stand-up show to popular and critical acclaim, culminating in her winning the Sydney Comedy Festival's Time Out Best Newcomer Award and earning a nomination for Best Newcomer in the 2008 Canadian Comedy Awards. Smith has since continued to tour internationally, with her shows proving to be both commercial and critical successes. Her shows have seen Smith nominated for numerous awards, including the Melbourne Comedy Festival's prestigious Barry Award in 2011 and being consistently rated amongst Montreal's Top 10 comedians. In addition to her live solo shows, Smith is also known for her appearances on television and radio, most notably on Australia's Good News Week on the Channel 10 network and HBO series Funny As Hell.
DeAnne Smith began performing stand-up in 2005 at the age of 25, and has produced four solo shows which have toured internationally. She also created and hosts four live comedy show series in Montreal, and co-wrote a show with Sarah Quinn and Samuel Booth which made its festival debut in 2011.
DeAnne Smith has been rated amongst Montreal's Top 10 Comedians over the past five years, ranking #3 in 2010 and 2011, and #4 from 2007-2009. as reported in the The Montreal Mirror, which also named her a Noisemaker in 2009. Smith regularly appears on television and radio in Canada and Australia. Her radio appearances, include Australia's ABC, Triple J, and Canada's CBC Radio One, where she has appeared as a regular on Definitely Not the Opera, and The Debaters. In 2012 she appeared on British TV for the first time, on Morgan Spurlock's Sky Atlantic programme 'New Britannia'.