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John Paul Young (I)

From class clown to thespian by Grade Seven, John Paul Young used his intelligence to drift through school doing next to nothing and still pass. The bulk of his time was taken up by theatre productions and musicals. After dropping out near the end of High School to become a professional actor and broadcaster, Young desired to fuse his love of ... See full bio »

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Known For

Metal Messiah Max The Promoter
Cinofrenic Paul
Sabotage Mr. Hickey
Killer Rats Hans: The Exterminator


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 2003 Killer Rats
Hans: The Exterminator
 1998/I Sanctuary
Mr. Peabody (uncredited)
 1998 Earth: Final Conflict (TV Series)
FBI Agent
- Pandora's Box (1998) ... FBI Agent
 1996 Sabotage
Mr. Hickey
 1989 The Top of His Head
Car Salesman
 1989 I, Madman
Max The Promotor (uncredited)
 1987 The Gate
Minions, Father (uncredited)
 1982 984: Prisoner of the Future (TV Movie)
#38 (voice, as Paul Young)
 1979 Cinofrenic
 1978 Metal Messiah
Max The Promoter
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 1979 Cinofrenic (writer)
 1978 Metal Messiah (additional dialogue by)
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 1987 The Gate (singer - uncredited)
 1978 Metal Messiah (incidental music - uncredited)
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 2002 Gambling, Gods and LSD (Documentary)
 1978 The Last Pogo (Short)

Personal Details

Other Works:

1998 John Paul Young "John Paul Young and Cardbord Brains" CD (MEG) See more »

Alternate Names:

Jean-Paul Young | Paul Young


5' 10½" (1.79 m)

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Provided the voice of Takeshi Kitano for post-production of Johnny Mnemonic in Toronto. At the time, Takeshi was involved in in near fatal motor-cycle accident, and was in intensive care in Japan. See more »




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