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Griffin Toplitsky

Griffin Toplitsky is a Toronto based writer and improviser. As a performer, he was one of Bad Dog Theatre’s Featured Players, performed regularly with improv group The Kids’ Table, and has appeared at Toronto Sketchfest, Seattle Sketchfest, Detroit Improv Festival, and the Montreal Improv Festival, among others.

To actually make money, he works in television, having recently produced and written 3 episodes of Canadian Screen Award nominated children’s program Gabby’s Farm.

Griffin’s podcast Killed to Death has been nominated for several Canadian Podcast Awards, including Outstanding Comedy Series, People’s Choice, Outstanding Male Host, among others. It has received a Canadian Comedy Award nomination, and been recognized by The Comedy Network, ETalk Canada, and BlogTO.

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Guest Appearances

Break A Wish (8)

Break A Wish
Feb 22 2021 Guest

Pinocchio (1940)

We are joins by Cihang Ma and Griffin Toplitsky to discuss Pinocchio (1940) and as a result the economics of turning boys into donkeys.
Sep 28 2020 Guest

Aladdin (1992)

In this movie review episode I'm joined by Taylor Davis and Griffin Toplitsky to discuss Aladdin (1992) and talk about what kind of genies we'd be.
Jun 01 2020 Guest

Batarang 2

Another special Batarang episode with all new scenes. Dare I say, silly-er than the last. I took twelve improv comedians, recorded improvised scenes over the internet, and then edited them into the short comedic radio plays you are about to experience. 
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