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Graeme Kingston

Graeme Kingston was born on June 28, 1957 in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada as Graham Wesley Kingston. He is known for his work on Mummies Alive! The Legend Begins (1998), Casper's Haunted Christmas (2000) and I'll Be Home for Christmas (1998). See full bio »

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 2000 Casper's Haunted Christmas (Video)
Fatso (voice)
 1998 I'll Be Home for Christmas
Pizza Eating Santa
 1998 Mummies Alive! The Legend Begins (Video)
Armon (voice)
 1997 Mummies Alive! (TV Series)
- The Prince and the Presley (1997) ... Armon (voice)
- High Nuhn (1997) ... Armon (voice)
- We've Got One! (1997) ... Armon (voice)
- The Heart's Arrow (1997) ... Armon (voice)
- New Mummy in Town (1997) ... Armon (voice)
 1990 Broken Badges (TV Series)
- Chucky (1990) ... Bailiff
 1990 Terminal City Ricochet
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 1990 Terminal City Ricochet (stunts - uncredited)
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 1989 Who's Harry Crumb? (stand-in)
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 1989 Immediate Family
Himself (as Toothpick the Clown)
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 1997 Mummies Alive! (TV Series)
- Show Me the Mummy! (1997) ... Armon

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Toothpick the Clown


6' 3" (1.91 m)

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Merrily, merrily, merrily ... life is but a dream!


Graeme is a professional magician and family entertainer. He has performed in Canada, England, France, Japan, the U.S. and Shanghai, China. See more »

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