Both national and provincial archives have purchased his work for their collections. In 1996, he created and starred (with Rice) in the documentary Pitch which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in 1997.
The film had numerous cameos including Al Pacino, Samuel Z. The film received the Phillip Borsos Award for Best Canadian Feature Film at the 2004 Whistler Film Festival, and in 2005 won the People's Choice Award for Best Canadian Feature at the Canadian Filmmakers Festival and the Audience Award for Best Documentary at the Brooklyn International Film Festival. Spenny was first aired on CBC Television in 2003 and went on to be nominated for 8 Gemini awards.
Audrey has briefly dipped into the television side of things, appearing in an episode of Kenny Vs.
She is now represented internationally by IMG Models in New York, Paris and London, as well as Vision in Los Angeles.
Spending the entire 90-minute performance sat on a sofa, oscillating between directionless anecdotes from their own lives, some admittedly choice clips from their series, and a continual stream of bad taste jokes and primary school playground puns, it was a show seemingly bereft of new ideas and coherent content.
Things actually started promisingly: the one-time friends perched together amicably, explaining the origins of their comedy career as semi-serious documentary makers, and discussing their (mostly failed) attempts to direct international Kenny vs Spenny spinoffs in different countries around the world.
Audrey Elizabeth Gair (born June 14, 1988) is a Model.
Early life Gair was born in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, and grew up in Muskoka.