Martin Matte has his room changed

The humorist Martin Matte, used to creating beautiful inconveniences, was honored as part of his well-cooked (roast) as part of the ComediHa! on Wednesday night at the Capitol, where several of his fellow comedians didn’t hesitate to discuss his age difference with his wife (Laurence Leboeuf) and his brother, who has a head injury.

The evening’s host, Fabien Cloutier, set the tone from the start, saying that if he wants to hear a tribute to Martin Matte, all he has to do is chat with him. When “everything was flat from when he was born to when he went to humor school,” Fabien Cloutier spoke of his early career, which slowed down until he decided to talk about his brother’s serious accident. “We all know it’s a touching story and he decided to use it. We forgot that there was a lot of M****. When that wasn’t enough, he started feeling sorry for people by telling people his brother needed a house … which he put in his name, he added.


Subsequently, Stéphane Rousseau took a malicious pleasure in playing the head of Martin Matte. Rousseau described him as a “self-obsessed asshole who isn’t always friendly,” and mentioned that like his father, he didn’t believe in himself when he first started boarding the boards. He also spoke about his girlfriend who is old enough to be his daughter.

“You didn’t manage to let your own children love you, so you want to be loved by someone else’s,” Rousseau said, adding that he never would have had a partner like that had he stayed in the industry doors and Window. Regarding the couple’s possibility of having children, Rousseau replied, “There is nothing quite like a redheaded, balding child.”


Rosalie Vaillancourt, who began by saying she never thought she would ever meet many people she thought were dead, had the crowd laughing from start to finish as she recounted one of her first encounters with Martin Matte.


For her part, Christine Morecy literally broke the house, she who paid the comedian’s head, cracking jokes about the other artists present.

As for him, Robert Lepage analyzed the performances of Martin Matte in the cinema. The latter felt very comfortable in his role and elicited a few laughs from the audience.

For his part, Martin Perizzolo said his friend is not good at lying down because it’s harder to lay others down like that.

Last guest of the night, Mike Ward, warned his performance would go bad because he wasn’t able to write nasty jokes. “They told the Supreme Court.”

Note that his daughter Marilou Matte, who we very rarely see in the media, even did a number about her father, describing him as a very sensitive person with a little princess side. “Thanks to my father, I’ve found a new friend.”

At the end of the evening, Martin Matte was able to take revenge on his colleagues, who put on the gags and made the conquered crowd laugh.

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