John Paul Tremblay
|John Paul Tremblay|
Tremblay in character as Julian in 2009
Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada
John Paul Tremblay (born 1968) is a Canadian actor and comedian 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. Before Trailer Park Boys he and Wells owned a chain of pizza restaurants called J.R. Capone's. 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 and his wife Andrea Tremblay (Hurley) have three 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. 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."
Tremblay reunited with the Trailer Park Boys for an eighth and ninth season of the show which premiered on Netflix from September 5, 2014. Writing for seasons 10 & 11 began in January, 2015. Filming began for season 10 in June 2015. Season 10 of the show was released March 28, 2016 and Season 11, the most recent in the series, was released on Netflix on March 31, 2017.
|2014||Swearnet Live||John Paul Tremblay/Julian||Director, Writer, Producer and Executive Producer|
|Swearnet: The Movie|
|Trailer Park Boys: Don't Legalize It||Julian|
|2011||Goon||Production Assistant #3||Uncredited|
|2010||MashUpPiece Theater: The Wire/Trailer Park Boys||Julian||Short film|
|2009||Trailer Park Boys: Countdown to Liquor Day||Writer|
|2006||Trailer Park Boys: The Movie|
|2004||A Hole in One||Moe|
|1999||Trailer Park Boys||Julian||Writer|
|1998||One Last Shot||Short film; Writer|
|1995||The Cart Boy||Jason|
|2015||Drunk, High and Unemployed (Live in Austin)||Julian||TV Movie; Director, Writer and Producer|
|2014||Trailer Park Boys: Live at the North Pole|
|Trailer Park Boys: Live in F**kin' Dublin|
|2012||Archer||Mountie/Terrorist||Season 3, Episode 6; Voice role|
|2011||The Drunk and On Drugs Happy Funtime Hour||Various characters||2 episodes; Writer and Executive Producer|
|2008||Say Goodnight to the Bad Guys||Julian||TV Movie|
|2006||East Coast Music Awards||Julian/Host|
|Hearts of Dartmouth: Life of a Trailer Park Girl||Julian||TV Documentary; Archive footage only|
|2004||The Trailer Park Boys Christmas Special||TV Movie|
|Snakes & Ladders||Thug||Season 1, Episode 5|
|Gracie's Choice||Roland||TV Movie; Uncredited|
|2001-2008; 2014–present||Trailer Park Boys||Julian||Writer (26 episodes)
Producer (20 episodes)
|2016||Trailer Park Boys: Out of the Park||Julian|
- "John Paul Tremblay biography". tribute.ca. Retrieved January 18, 2017.
- "Biography: John Paul Tremblay". www.TV.com. Retrieved 8 July 2011.
- Knox, Carsten (July 12, 2010). "The Boys are back and on drugs". The Globe and Mail. Retrieved January 18, 2017.
- Liberty, John (June 22, 2011). "Drunk, high and unemployed: Trailer Park Boys coming to Kalamazoo, tickets on sale soon". Kalamazoo Gazette. Retrieved 8 July 2011.
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