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  • Comedian Type:   Juggler
  • Entertainer Type:   Juggler
  • Show/Info:   The Greg Tarlin Juggling Show is an energetic, light-hearted comedy variety show suitable for all ages.
  • Achievements:   Greg's career has taken him back and forth across Canada, to theme parks in Japan and Korea, to festivals in Australia, New Zealand, Europe and the US, and aboard cruise ships, and performed for many corporate events.
  • Performs:   The Greg Tarlin Juggling Show is an energetic, light-hearted comedy variety show suitable for all ages

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Biography

Greg Tarlin

The juggling show is an energetic, light-hearted comedy variety show suitable for all ages. The most common audience is a family crowd typical of a festival, fair, or resort but Greg easily adapts his show for all adults or for children. There’s lots of audience interaction and lots of laughs for everyone. Greg has performed variations of this show for hundreds of audiences over many years around the globe. Click on the video on the left to get a glimpse of what you may see in the show.
Greg Tarlin has been performing for over twenty years. During this span, Greg’s career has taken him back and forth across his native country of Canada, to theme parks in Japan and Korea, to festivals in Australia, New Zealand, Europe and the US, aboard cruise ships in the Caribbean and Hawaii and to a military base at the North Pole. He has been hired for hundreds of corporate events and cast in numerous film, television, and commercial productions.

Professional Experience

Greg has performed for many corporations and groups inclduing Sprint Canada; Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation; Blue Jays; The Toronto Sun; Harbourfront Corporation; Maclean Hunter Ltd; Olympia and York developments Inc.; The Bank of Montreal; Global Television; Humber College; Canada Trust; Rogers Video; Canadian Opera Company; Proctor and Gamble; Sony Music; Wilfred Laurier University; Ontario Summer Games; Toshiba; Agfa; United Way; Ikea; Labatts; Molson Breweries; Molson Indy; Astra Zeneca; Pfizer; Toronto Police (21 division); Remax realty; General Motors; Scarborough Board of Education; Canadian Hearing Society; Arts Foundation of Greater Toronto; Ontario Science Centre; NHL FANtasy 2000; Casinorama; Casino Niagara; Windsor Casino; The Eaton Centre; Yomega; Crystal Springs; Kraft Foods; Canon; The Toronto Raptors; Cirque sublime; Talisman Resort; Fern Resort; and many many many many many many more