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|Place of birth||Toronto, Ontario, Canada|
|Known for||Feel Good|
Mae Martin is a bisexual nonbinary actor and comedian. They wrote and starred in the Netflix comedy Feel Good and have won two Canadian Comedy Awards as part of the comedy troupe "The Young and the Useless". She has been out as nonbinary since at least early 2020.
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- Instagram bio and Twitter bio, retrieved 4 May 2021
- @TheMaeMartin (31 December 2020). "Thank you so much! I'm actually bisexual and nonbinary but I definitely am all about inclusivity and definitely agree that more prominent lesbian public figures would be incredible. Happy new year and thanks for your kind words :)))" – via Twitter.
- Kacala, Alexander (16 April 2020). "Meet the queer comic behind Netflix's bingeworthy show 'Feel Good'". NBC News. Retrieved 4 May 2021.
Martin said her own gender and sexual identity sit in the gray area: Martin uses both “she” and “they” pronouns and has dated men and women. She embraces the term “queer” to describe her sexuality and identifies as both nonbinary and a woman. She identifies as neither a lesbian nor bisexual.
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