Sandy Jobin-Bevans

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Sandy Jobin-Bevans (born April 21, 1972) is a Canadian comedic and dramatic actor. He is a member of the three-time Canadian Comedy Award winning improvisation troupe Slap Happy. Jobin-Bevans was born in Flin Flon, Manitoba and attended high school at Fort Richmond Collegiate in Winnipeg, Manitoba. His television and film credits include Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle, Dawn of the Dead, The Gavin Crawford Show, The Endless Grind, Off The Record with Michael Landsberg and numerous Movies of The Week. He is an alumnus of The Second City Mainstage Cast in Toronto, with whom he won three Canadian Comedy Awards. He was also the coach of Toronto's team in the 2001 World Improv Championships at the Just For Laughs comedy festival.
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