Aba is an actress, writer, stand up comedian as well as a sketch performer. She began her professional
acting career as a student at the University of Toronto where she went on to co-write and produce the
award winning I Can't Trust Anyone, Everyone Hurts Me. It received the Staging Survivance Award
presented by Jill Carter. Aba now performs with Canadian Comedy Award winning Sketchersons every
Sunday on Sunday Night live at Comedy Bar. You can catch her around the city doing a set at Bad Dog
Comedy Theatre or The Social Capital for shows such as Black and Funny, Yas Kween, SHADE, and
many more. Aba was also a featured comedian for Las Culturistas I Don’t Think So Honey, hosted by
Matt Rogers and Dave Mizzoni. Aba is also starring in Shopify’s new Sketch Series, Mind Your Business
as well as Second City’s FamCo show, In The Game. She was recently a member of b current's
Emerging Artists Training Ensemble where she workshopped her play Ghanada with author Catherine
Hernandez. You can read an excerpt from the play in The Living Hyphen sold at Indigo and available
This time the podcast is different because Peter and Chris take a walk down memory lane with guest Aba Amuquandoh (This Hour Has 22 Minutes, Nostalgique Podcast). They talk embarrassing childhood stories, comedy and more embarrassing childhood stories!
This episode, Erin talks to fellow Sonar podcaster and co-host of Nostalgique, Aba Amuquandoh. Listen along as they chat about the representation of kink in media, the impact of the anthem WAP, and the shit that men do.
Today on Spooked! It's the last episode of our five year anniversary! With five more amazing past guests, what better way to round out 5 years of Spooked! So download the back catalogue, settle down in a comfy chair, and...