Eric Fell is a writer, comedian, and actor from Vancouver, BC with over 15 years of professional experience. Eric has appeared in innumerable comedy events, panel shows, and conventions over the past decade and a half, as well as being a frequent “movie expert” for shows such as CBC Radio’s “On the Coast” and “BC Today,”.
He was a writer for the Netflix Original series Mystery Science Theater 3000: The Return. The episode he wrote for, “Cry Wilderness,” quickly became a fan favorite, and vox.com called it “a perfect, rolling ball of comedic chaos.” The season itself has a 100% rating on Rotten Tomatoes and was nominated for a Saturn Award for Best Presentation on Television.
Since September 2012, Eric has been a writer, performer, and script editor for The Gentlemen Hecklers, providing live commentary for the best bad movies. He also produces, hosts, and creates narrative elements for The Critical Hit Show – a live, RPG-inspired comedy that has received international acclaim and recently celebrated its 10th anniversary. Both shows have been featured at the Just For Laughs Northwest Festival’s “Best of the West” program several years in a row.
Eric’s past work includes writing for CBC Radio’s Definitely Not the Opera, appearances on the TV series “Pysch” and “Alcatraz,” and a recurring role as Thomas Warren on the horror podcast “The Black Tapes.”
Eric is very tall and probably not from space.