Eric Fell and Shaun Stewart are The Vancouver Quizmasters. Their quick wit and vast trivia knowledge make them natural and fun hosts for The Vancouver Quizmasters. In addition to being well versed in all things trivial, they are professional actors, improvisors, comedians and writers based in Vancouver, BC. Both are also responsible for the creation and production of two hugely successful cult hit shows The Critical Hit Show: A Live D&D Comedy Show and The Gentlemen Hecklers.
Here are their bios so you can learn even more details about them.
A veteran of the world-renowned Vancouver TheatreSports League and co-creator of The Justice Pals Improv Group, Eric performs hundreds of improvised comedy shows each year.
He has contributed several pieces to CBC Radio’s Definitely Not the Opera and co-created the critically acclaimed adventure spoof “Raiders of the Lost Improv,” which enjoyed a three-month run at the New Revue Stage in Vancouver. His other comedy formats, including “25 in 20,” “What The,” and “Doctor Hell’s House of Bloody Terrors” have played at some of Vancouver’s finest comedy venues.
Eric’s many festival appearances include The Vancouver Comedy Festival, The Vancouver Improv Festival, the Vancouver Poetry Festival, and the Olio Festival.
In 2009, Eric co-hosted and wrote 65 episodes of the internet series “Behind the Scenes with Shaun and Eric.”
Eric has an impressive collection of Tiki Mugs and 1970s Star Wars action figures.
Shaun heckling, gentlemanly
Shaun Stewart has been performing improv around Vancouver since 2005. He has an alter-ego as a dwarf fighter in the Critical Hit Show: A Live Dungeons and Dragons Experience. He is a math teacher in Vancouver and it only gets geekier from there. Along with Eric, he is one of The Gentlemen Hecklers, who entertain audiences with movie riffing each month. He was a co-host of the web series “Behind the Scenes with Shaun and Eric” on movieset.com.