Caitlin Howden originally hails from Montreal, but moved to Toronto to study theatre at Ryerson University, and then moved to Vancouver to escape Toronto. She has co-written and co-starred in four mainstage revues at The Second City (Toronto), earning with her castmates a Canadian Comedy Award for Best Comedic Play. She has toured across Canada, performing with some of improv’s best, including Crumbs (Winnipeg), General Fools (Regina), Rapid Fire (Edmonton), Dad’s Garage (Atlanta) and Ghost Jail (Toronto/Vancouver), which she also produces. In a career highlight, she was chosen to perform at Just For Laughs with Martin Short. Caitlin performed in, and completed, the 54-hour DieNasty Soapathon (directed by Dana Anderson) in Edmonton. Caitlin has also been nominated for a Canadian Comedy Award for Best Female Improviser.