Jason Allin as Charlie Chaplin's "Tramp" - WORLDWIDE!
Jason Allin brings the essence and the magic of this enormous presence to life with every shuffle, nod, smile and giggle as if it never left.
A professional television and stage actor playwright and filmmaker, Jason Allin is not new to embodying the likeness of "The Little Fellow". Jason has written and starred in his one-act, one-man stage show titled "CHAPLIN: About Face"
Jason is a filmmaker and available for collaboration on authentic Chaplin styled films for you or your company as Chaplin and writer/director/editor. Have a look at a sample of his film work below.
Jason is available worldwide for appearances, and collaborations.
Jason as fantastic and our employee thoroughly enjoyed having him at our 1920's themed Christmas party this past Saturday. He was so true to the character in which he impersonated that he could honestly be mistaken to Charlie Chaplin. I had many of the employees tell me that he honestly was the best! He was so engaging with our employees they couldn't get enough of him.
We had Jason at our booth during Canadian Music Week, and he was awesome once again! Immediately after he arrived, people were asking to take pictures with him and telling him much he looked like the real Charlie Chaplin. His performance was hilarious and audacious, he worked hard to promote our services, and he made us life-long fans. He is truly a talented actor.
Jason (The Chaplin Guy) performed at our booth during the Canadian Music Week conference, and was absolutely superb! Not only did he attract attendees to our exhibit, but he roamed around the entire trade show interacting with guests and creating a buzz around his performance. He had us doubling over in laughter! Jason is truly a remarkable actor, and we will definitely hire him again :)
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