Birth place: Ottawa
Birthday: February 3
Ottawa-raised Craig Lauzon entered the alternative sketch comedy scene in 1996. In 1999, he was nominated for the Tim Sims Encouragement Award, and latched onto a regular role on The Comedy Network's Chez Carla. Next, he co-wrote and starred in "The Chick and Cubby Comedy Hour," a Canadian Comedy Award nominee for Best New Play. Also nominated for a CCA was his own one-hour special, Ham I Am, for The Comedy Network. He was a founding member of the sketch comedy troupe Tonto's Nephews, all of whose members have Native-Canadian roots. Craig's characterizations have been described as "great Canadian comedy, quick and snarky with surreal moments of brilliance." His first appearance on AIR FARCE was in October 2002, and he became a weekly regular in September 2004..