Spend 69 Seconds With Vancouver Artistic Producer, David C Jones.
01Your first job.
Newspaper carrier – early morning route.
02The job you wanted as a child.
Assistant to the Village People – particularly the Construction Worker.
It changes – but lately it’s Paul Rudd.
04Favourite stage play.
The one I did five times – The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged) but I found Vigil by Morris Panych haunting and I saw The Perfect Wedding at Studio 58 twice.
05Your last meal would consist of.
Portobello Mushroom soup, fish tacos (That’s not an euphemism).
06One word your best friend would use to describe you.
07What’s getting the most play in your iPod right now?
The Next To Normal soundtrack.
08Three things you would want with you on a deserted island.
A soft bed, my cat and a man who likes emotional people.
09 Your biggest indulgence.
Hot wings or vodka.
10 The one thing any visitor to Vancouver simply cannot miss.
Tops & Bottoms every Monday Night at J Lounge – it’s free and freakin’ funny!
MEET David c Jones
David C. Jones has been called “one of the funniest minds in Vancouver” by The Vancouver Sun.
His charity The Laughter Mission Society provides comedic entertainment for persons living with life threatening and terminal illnesses and their care-givers. David was a care-giver himself. He is an award-winning actor, writer, teacher, and film maker, creating extraordinary experiences for diverse audiences around the world. He’s performed in Australia, Italy, Switzerland, Bosnia, Israel, Egypt, Las Vegas and across North America, as well as on radio and TV. David was listed in The Vancouver Sun as one of the top twenty improvisers in Canada, and nominated for a 2001 Canadian Comedy Award for Best Male Improviser. David is also the driving force behind The Bobbers – Queer Comedy Improv.
David is also in high demand as a writer and director, having worked on numerous creative projects including: corporate training videos, stage plays, comedy revues, radio commercials and t.v. shows, trade shows, exhibition shows, and educational sketches. Occasionally he directs local plays as well.
He has written and/or directed several short films that have been playing the festival circuit and was commissioned to make a documentary entitled Laughing Behind Enemy Lines.
David has also produced and stars in the OUT TV series Tops & Bottoms.
As Entertainment Manager for the 2010 Winter Olympic and Paralympics Games David created or recruited over 120 acts that dazzled international guests throughout the games.
David also knows lots of useless James Bond trivia.