Janet van de Graaf

Janet Van De Graaff is a Canadian improv artist and television actress.

She has worked with Toronto's The Second City and has played various roles in the TV series History Bites on Canada's History Channel.[1]

She is married to actor Bob Martin. Their namesakes are used as characters in the musical The Drowsy Chaperone, which was originally created for their stag party.


She has won three Canadian Comedy Awards, for Best Female Improviser (2002 & 2004) and Best Female TV Performance (for History Bites in 2002).[2]


  1. In History Bites: Train 48 highlights for week of November 8 Channel Canada 2004.
  2. 2004 best female improviser: "'Corner Gas' wins big at comedy awards; Proposals for new Montreal film fest rejected", CBCnews.ca, November 2004.

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