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Craig Lauzon
Craig Lauzon is well known to television audiences as a comedic actor on Royal Canadian Air Farce (1993). He made his first appearance on "Air Farce" in October 2002, and became a regular in September 2004. His send ups of Canadian political figures and cultural icons are spot-on and hilarious. Some of his most memorable characters have included Stephen Harper, John Baird and George Stroumboulopoulos. Craig's other television credits include Guilt Free Zone, Fool Canada, The Ron James Show, The Winnipeg Comedy Festival and several voices on the animated series Let's Go Bananas, Open Season, Beyblade and feature Beyblade: The Movie. In addition to his work onscreen, he is an accomplished stage actor. Recent stage credits include: Trigorin in Stupid Fucking Bird, The Bird Collective's critically-acclaimed adaptation of Chekhov's The Seagull, Where the Blood Mixes (Theatre Aquarius), Thunderstick (Native Earth Performing Arts), King Lear (National Arts Centre) and Trudeau and Levesque (VideoCabaret). Craig entered the alternative sketch comedy scene in 1996. In 1999, he was nominated for the Tim Sims Encouragement Award, and latched onto a regular role on The Comedy Network's Chez Carla. Next, he co-wrote and starred in The Chick and Cubby Comedy Hour, a Canadian Comedy Award nominee for Best New Play. He also received a Canadian Comedy Award-nomination for his own one-hour TV special, Ham I Am, for The Comedy Network. Craig is a founding member of the sketch comedy troupe Tonto's Nephews with Native-Canadian roots. His acting career is based in Toronto, Ontario.
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