Geri Hall is the raspy-voiced redhead who spent five seasons co-starring as a roving reporter and anchor on the news desk of the long-running Canadian satire This Hour Has 22 Minutes.
Geri got her start as a mainstage cast member of Toronto’s The Second City, culminating in the award-winning production of ‘Sordido Deluxo’.
If you didn’t see her getting handcuffed by the Prime Minister on 22 Minutes, her face may also be familiar from dozens of other Canadian shows and television commercials, including Ken Finkelman's At The Hotel, the Miramax feature Shall We Dance, starring Richard Gere, and the CBC’s The Blobheads, Little Mosque on The Prairie, The Ron James Show and The Mercer Report.
She is the very proud holder of awards from the Writer’s Guild and the Canadian Comedy Awards, and still glows happily from a Gemini award for her comedic performances with her fellow cast mates on 22 Minutes.
Geri won the 2013 LA Webfest award for Outstanding Guest Actor in an Interactive Narrative Drama for her role as Gifted Sarah in "Ruby Skye P.I."
Watch for her in a very funny scene as a naughty cop alongside Hayden Christiansen in the feature, Little Italy.
She recently won the honour of Best Actress at the 2017 Valencia Webfest for her starring role in Perverts Anonymous, which also won Best Comedy at the 2017 U.K. Web Fest
Geri is starring in the theatre production Middle Raged with fellow Second City and 22 Minutes alumnus Gary Pearson. Visit MiddleRaged.ca for dates.
U.K. Web Fest Perverts Anonymous
Valencia Web Fest Perverts Anonymous
LA Web Fest Ruby Skye P.I.
Outstanding Guest Actor in an Interactive Narrative Drama
Gemini Award 22 Minutes
Best Ensemble Performance in a Comedy Program or Series
Writers Guild 22 Minutes
Screenwriting for Variety - 22 Minutes XVI, Episode 1
Canadian Comedy Awards 22 Minutes
Pretty Funny Female TV Performer
Writers Guild Second City - Sordido Deluxo
Best Improv and Sketch Troupe
NHL All-Star Game
Grey Cup Coverage
22 Minutes Church Joke
Single Female Voter
Sponsor An Executive