Cathy Jones Movies and Career Information

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Apr 06, 1955
St. John's

Catherine Theresa Mary Andrea "Cathy" Jones (born April 6, 1955, in St. John's, Newfoundland) is a Canadian comedian and writer. She was born Catherine Theresa Mary Andrea Jones in 1955 in Newfoundland, Canada and attended Catholic schools Holy Heart of Mary High School. Jones' mother, Agnes, although loving, and hysterically funny, was agoraphobic and seldom left the family house. She was very close to her father, Michael, a film distributor who ran a photography store. He was an alcoholic with a dry sense of humor who remained sober until Cathy was 11. Jones was 17 when her older brother, comedian Andy Jones, put in a good word for her with the Newfoundland Traveling Theatre Company. After a summer touring with this company Cathy joined Tommy Sexton, Greg Malone, Mary Walsh, and Dyan Olsen in Toronto to look for more work in theatre and there in the fall of 1973, they formed the comedy troupe CODCO Andy Jones and Robert Joy joined the company in early 1974. In 1992, Jones, comic Rick Mercer and former CODCO co-stars Mary Walsh and Greg Thomey created a new television series, This Hour Has 22 Minutes. She plays many unique characters on the show, and is known for playing both men

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