John Paul Tremblay

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John Paul Tremblay
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Tremblay in Thunder Bay, Ontario, January 2009
Born (1968-01-01) January 1, 1968 (age 46)
Halifax, Nova Scotia
Occupation Actor
Years active 1995–present

John Paul Tremblay (born January 1, 1968) is a Canadian actor who stars in the hit Canadian TV show Trailer Park Boys, playing Julian, a newly released ex-con returning to his home in a trailer park in Nova Scotia. Tremblay grew up in the Dartmouth suburb of Cole Harbour where he lived on the same street and went to the same high school as Robb Wells, his future co-star of Trailer Park Boys.[1] Before Trailer Park Boys him and Robb Wells owned a chain of pizza restaurants called J.R. Capone's. [2] The show is written by Tremblay along with co-stars Robb Wells and Mike Smith. The Trailer Park Boys released a film in 2006, most of it being filmed in the municipality of Halifax. Tremblay and Wells also appeared in the 2002 family film Virginia's Run, though not as Ricky and Julian. John is married to Andrea Tremblay (Hurley) they have 3 children.

In 2010, Tremblay appeared with many of his former Trailer Park Boys castmates in the new series The Drunk and On Drugs Happy Fun Time Hour.[3] In 2011, Tremblay again reunited with Trailer Park Boys castmates Robb Wells and Mike Smith for the live comedy show Drunk, High and Unemployed, which toured across the United States, and appeared in the Archer episode, "The Limited.".[4]

Tremblay reunited with the Trailer Park Boys for an eighth and ninth season of the show which will be shown on Netflix from September 5th 2014. Writing for seasons 10 & 11 will begin in January.

Filmography[edit]

Year Film Role Notes
1999 Trailer Park Boys Julian Original black and white film.
2002 Virginia's Run JP
2006 Trailer Park Boys: The Movie Julian Nominated: Best Movie for 27th Genie Awards
2009 Trailer Park Boys: Countdown to Liquor Day Julian
2012 Goon Cameo Appearance
2014 Trailer Park Boys: Don't Legalize It Julian
Swearnet: The Movie John Paul

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