|Allan Turner is a writer, director, and stage/screen/voice actor as well as being one of the more sought after and respected clowns working in Toronto today. He has an Honours BA in Creative Writing from
|Dork York University and has taken workshops on writing for animation and comics with John Kricfalusi (Ren & Stimpy), Matthew Luhn (Pixar), and Ty Templeton (DC Comics). In addition to writing his own Miller & Mullet comic books and web comics, three plays, and numerous clown turns and sketches, Allan has also written and directed for video games, museums, and travelling school shows.
Allan trained in improv at The Second City, bouffon and the Pochinko method of clown through mask with Sue Morrison at The Theatre Resource Centre and John Turner of Mump & Smoot at The Manitoulin Conservatory for Creation and Performance. He is a Theatresports and Bad Dog Theatre Company alumnus and continues to be a fixture in the Toronto comedy scene.
For the past 14 years, Allan has acted as the fan favourite zombie clown, Jean-Paul Mullet. He regularly performs in the Toronto Festival of Clowns and Lunacy Cabaret. The tragicomedy Mullet's Make-a-Play premiered in the 2011 Toronto Fringe Festival to rave reviews. In 2012, he headlined at The People’s Improv Theatre in NYC to a packed house. Mullet's Dinosaur Adventure, a family friendly and educational show, sold out at the 2013 Toronto International Circus Festival. Television credits include Zoink'd (YTV), Ed the Sock's This Movie Sucks (CHCH), and Ed & Red's Night Party (CityTV), where Mullet was a recurring guest star.
For the 2013 Toronto Fringe, Allan wrote and starred in Sour Grapes, a dark comedy featuring all new characters and clowns that the NOW Magazine awarded Outstanding Ensemble and said included "moments of brilliance." Currently, Allan produces and hosts the hit Mullet's Night Show, a live cabaret done in the style of a late night television talk show.
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