The recipient of multiple Canadian Comedy Awards and three Gemini Awards (the Canadian Emmy), Sean Cullen combines stream of consciousness improv with uncanny mimicry and broad musical talents to create a comedic style that is truly his own. A veteran of the Just For Laughs Festival in Montreal, Sean has made stand-up television appearances on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno," "The Late Late Show," "The World Stands Up," "Premium Blend" and as a semi-regular on "MAD TV" with his former group, Corky & the Juice Pigs. His comedy specials include "Comedy Central Presents," "Wood, Cheese & Children," "Comics" and "Sean Cullen's Home for Christmas."
A gifted actor, Sean has guested on countless Canadian and America television series including the hit Sundance Channel mini-series "Slings & Arrows," CBS' "The Ellen Show" and the CBC hit, "This Hour Has 22 Minutes." He also starred in his own Canadian television series "The Sean Cullen Show," which he also created and produced for the CBC. He has also has high profile development deals in the States with both CBS and Universal.) Upcoming, are roles in Mike Myers' next feature "Love Guru" and a guest performance on Ellen Degeneres' "Ellen's Really Big Show" to be taped at The Las Vegas Comedy Festival in November 2007.
Sean has lent his voice to numerous animated toons including CBS's "George & Martha" and Maurice Sendak's "Seven Little Monsters" for PBS. In theatre, Sean had a long successful run starring as Max Bialystock in the Toronto production of Mel Brooks' musical "The Producers." Most recently, Sean added award-winning novelist to his credit with "Hamish X and the Cheese Pirates" and released the second book of the trilogy "Hamish X and the Hallow Mountain." "Hamish X" has been optioned by The Cookie Jar Company ("Arthur," "Caillou," "Doodlebops") to develop an animated TV series.