Every week, Sarah, once dubbed “Toronto’s answer to Amy Poehler”, invites comedians, improvisers and experts to share their personal paranormal encounters and run-ins with the supernatural. Sarah has always had a fascination with everything freaky: ghosts, aliens, monsters, and anything unexplained. Combining her enthusiasm for otherworldly stories with her energetic style of comedy, Sarah has a unique ability to find the humor in the hauntings. And so many people have a haunting to share!
The show is starting strong with incredible guests, like comedy legend Colin Mochrie (Who’s Line Is It Anyway?), TV host Ann Pornel (The Great Canadian Baking Show) and actor and comedian Andy Hull (What We Do In The Shadows).
If you want to hear personal ghost stories, the latest news about aliens, or tarot readings, all while laughing hysterically, The Funny Thing About Ghosts delivers all that and more.
New episodes every Tuesday. Find it on your favourite podcast apps!
MORE ABOUT SARAH HILLIER
Sarah Hillier has been awarded multiple Canadian Comedy Awards including Best Female Improviser and has also won Now Magazine’s award for Best Female Improviser. Sarah wrote and starred in two award winning shows at the Second City Toronto’s Mainstage. Sarah is an alumni of Comedy Bar’s Sunday Night Live and is the creator of the improv super troupe Squad Goals. Her comedy album with comedy partner Inessa Frantowski, “Inessa and Sarah get you through the day” is available on iTunes/Spotify through Howl and Roar records.
Some of Sarah’s TV and film credits include, Transformer’s Bot Bots (Netflix), Tammy’s Always Dying (TIFF), Frat Pack (Lionsgate), Cupcake and Dino (Netflix), Crossroads of History (The History Channel), The Amazing Gayl Pile (Amazon, CBC), Odd Squad (PBS) and Space Janitors (Geek and Sundry). Some of Sarah’s writing credits include Hit or Miss (CMT), Try it (Disney) and Fool Canada (CBC).