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Mark Breslin

In 1974, Mark Breslin opened the first Yuk Yuk’s, whichnow has twenty clubs nationally and is North America’s largestcomedy club chain. Breslin has written three books, Zenand Now, Son of a Meech and Control Freaked, and he is alsoa contributor to The Globe and Mail, Toronto Star and Quill & Quire. He has produced and hosted television programs forFox, CBC, TMN, Showcase and the Comedy Network. Breslinis the artistic director for the Humber College Comedy Programand the Whistler Comedy Festival and a founding board memberof the Canadian Comedy Awards.
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