Who is this guy?


Rodrigo Fernandez-Stoll is an award-winning filmmaker, actor, and producer from Toronto, Canada. His short film Job Interview won a Canadian Comedy Award for Best Comedy Short in 2015. Rodrigo is the recipient of the BITE Comedy Award from the National Screen Institute of Canada. He has appeared in Kim's Convenience, Baroness Von Sketch, Transplant, The Amazing Gayl Pile, The Beaverton and tons of other shows.

 Past producing credits include: Womanish (The Templeton Philharmonic/CBC Punchline), Wanda (Tony Ho), Dissection (Tony Ho), Street Violence (Digits official music video), Never Come Down (Brave Shores official music video).

 Rodrigo has also collaborated with La Rue Productions on International Emmy nominated The Amazing Gayl Pile (created by Morgan Waters and Brooks Gray), True Dating Stories and frequently works with acclaimed Toronto editor Marianna Khoury, DOP's Timothy Moore, Henry Sansom, filmmakers Christopher Lazar, Allison Johnston, Dan Tahmizian and Matt O'Brien.

In 2019, Rodrigo released the musical comedy album Fog and Lasers. Produced by Gavin Whelehan and Comedy Records,  Fog and Lasers is a collaboration with a boatload of Canadian talent including 

Marty Topps, Aurora Browne, Miguel Rivas, Matt O’Brien, Kayla Lorette, Gwynne Phillips, Morgan Waters, Tyler Kyte, Adam Christie, Ian Docherty, Jill Harris, Meg Contini, Feurd Ian Robertson Moore, Adam Hindle, Rich Knox, Jay McCarrol, Gillian Bartolucci, Jon Celis, Lydia Persaud, Hunter Collins, Marshall Baglieri, John Baker



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