Jobin-Bevans is also a member of the critically acclaimed Slap Happy Improvisational Theatre Company, who have recently performed in Chicago, New York, Boston, The Netherlands and Belgium. Additionally he appeared at the Just For Laughs international comedy festival in Montreal in 2001.
Born in Flin Flon, Manitoba, Jobin-Bevans attended the University Of Manitoba before starting his professional acting career in Toronto.
His recent film and television credits include Dawn of the Dead, Queer As Folk, The Endless Grind, I Was A Sixth Grade Alien, Psi Factor, The Gavin Crawford Show, The Chippendales Murder, The Moving Of Sophia Miles and a recent appearance on 'Late Night with Conan O'Brien." His often controversial opinions on the world of sports have led to numerous guest appearances on The Sports Network's Off The Record.
Sandy Jobin-Bevans Facts
|April 21, 1972 (51)
|Flin Flon, Manitoba, Canada
|Dawn of the Dead
|Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle
|Life with Boys: Season 1