Janet Davidson is a teacher with the Second City Training Centre, as well as an actress, improviser and writer. She has been featured in such improv shows as Welcome to Town, Hip Waiters and The Bench. With the Impatient Theatre Co., Janet was a member of WDWMKR, an all female improv troupe, which has performed in such North American improv festivals as: DSI North Carolina, DCM New York City, the Chicago Improv Festival, TIIF and the Ottawa Improv Festival. She currently belongs to the troupe Something Epic.
Janet is a writer and performer in the sketch comedy review Toronto: Bye Bye Liver, and has also acted in the award-winning short film Bastard Behavior. She was a finalist in the Toronto “I Can Pitch” Festival, for the pilot episode of Aisle 7. She is currently directing and producing Toronto Secrets with the Bad Dog Theatre.
Janet Davidson is a graduate of The Second City Training Centre Conservatory Program, as well as the Impatient Theatre Co. She has also had the honour of training with Dave Razowsky (Second City Los Angeles), Joe Bill & Mark Sutton and Susan Messing.