How Hard Can It Be?

Make It Funny is a show where a deranged host is constantly in need of new comedy material based on concepts that are nigh-on-impossible to make funny. A group of four writers are tasked to develop a set based on three topics. While they're writing, a professional stand-up comedian observes and eventually is revealed to critique their work and decide if it's good enough to perform.   

Meet The Cast & Crew!

The people who make "Make It Funny" funny.

Alain Williams

Alain Williams

Writer / Perfomer

Alain Williams

Writer / Perfomer

Alain Williams is a comedy writer from Victoria, BC. His influences are stand up comedy, fantasy and science fiction genres, hip hop old and new, and all things classic kung fu. He stutters proudly and he will probably laugh too hard at the things you say. If you ask him to play D&D, he will say yes, as long as he can play a monk. 

Cheyenne Rouleau

Cheyenne Rouleau

Props Buyer / Writer

Cheyenne Rouleau

Props Buyer / Writer

Cheyenne Rouleau is an actor, writer, comedian, producer, costume designer, makeup artist and props-person, who is very good at focusing on one job and clearly never spreads herself too thin. Born and raised in Burnaby BC, Cheyenne graduated from Langara’s Studio 58 Acting Program with a certificate in pretending to understand Shakespeare and a diploma in sharing her feelings. Her multi-award winning show, The After After Party, has played all over Vancouver to critical acclaim and has toured nationally, and her sketch show, Lxdy Parts, continues to play to sold out audiences every season. Also she does props.  

Alex Lutzmann

Alex Lutzmann

Editor / Technical Director

Alex Lutzmann

Editor / Technical Director

Alex was the kid in highschool who would always pitch video projects as a substitute for writing lengthy essays.  In 2009 he earned a Diploma of Communications with a focus in video production from  Camosun College in Victoria, and soon began working as a TV news cameraman; a job he has described as “driving around in a van, solving groovy mysteries”.  In 2014 he put his ENG camera down, and moved to Vancouver to pursue opportunities on larger productions.  After a too-long run of Hallmark Channel Christmas movies and similar gigs, Alex finally settled into his position at AFL, nestled comfortably somewhere in the space between the Camera and Post Production departments 

Abdul Aziz headshot

Abdul Aziz

Writer / Co-Producer

Abdul Aziz

Writer / Co-Producer

Shawn O

Shawn O’Hara

Writer / Co-Producer

Shawn O’Hara

Writer / Co-Producer