"Marvelous Marvin" Novogrodski

Marvin Novogrodski has been a performer and entertainer for over 20 years. He spent over 15 years with the Everett Dance Theatre, a group based in Providence ‘RI that mixes modern dance, circus arts, wrestling, ballet, and storytelling techniques to create original movement pieces that have been featured around the country. Marvin has also performed as an actor in plays, […]

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Happy Hour Clown Trio

Happy Hour is a clown trio based in New York. It consists of three clowns who are graduates of Ringling Clown College and who have come together to create physical comedy shows. Each of the clowns also perform and teach individually. To find out more, and see videos of Happy Hour in action, visit their website: http://www.happyhourclowns.com The guys of […]

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Sunny The Clown

Sunny is a clown and performer based in Yonkers NY. She enjoys providing family entertainment for children of all ages in a safe and caring atmosphere. She performs at birthday parties, christenings, store openings, and lots of other events– anywhere children can be entertained. She primarily performs in the Westchester County/TriState area. Her skills include puppetry, clown magic, face painting, […]

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Barry Lubin

Barry Lubin is an inventive, creative physical comedian and clown most familiar to circus audiences as “Grandma”, the eager and adored star of the Big Apple Circus. Barry graduated from Ringling Clown College in 1974, and then spent 5 years touring with Ringling. Since 1982, Barry has been featured in 15 productions of the Big Apple Circus and has become […]

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Dan Berkley

Dan Berkley, is a physicist turned clown. A math and science student at Bates College, until an unfulfilling internship at MIT’s Plasma Science and Fusion Center made him rethink his choices. He decided in his senior year how to turn his hobby of juggling into a career. Dan traveled to San Francisco to train at the Circus Center’s Clown Conservatory […]

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Ariane Anthony

Ariane Anthony is a dancer and clown based in Brooklyn, NY. She has choreographed and directed over thirty original works of dance-theater, both independently and under the auspices of Ariane Anthony & Company, a performing group she co-founded with her collaborators in 1999. Ms. Anthony studied ballet as a professional trainee at the Joffrey Ballet School from 1983 to 1989, […]

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Kathie Horejsi

Kathie Horejsi became a clown at the Ringling Bros. and Barnum and Bailey Clown College under the direction of Steve Smith. She was a member of Seattle’s Annex Theatre for five years appearing in Wild Goose Circus; The Yellow Kid; Cat-like Tread; and Little Rootie Tootie. She wrote and performed the solo shows, Let Go, Go On and Valuable Job […]

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Michael Lane Trautman

Michael Lane Trautman is an accomplished mime, an inventive juggler, and physical comedian/clown that has been performing since 1976. He has appeared at such venues as The New York International Festival of Clown Theatre, the Just for Laughs Festival in Montreal, and the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, to name a few. Michael trained under the tutelage of French […]

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Christy McDonald

Christy McDonald (aka Christy the Clown) has been clowning since 1986. In January of 2006 she celebrated her 20th birthday as a clown. She has done a myriad of clown activities over the last 20 years. She graduated from Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Clown College in 1989, under the direction of Steve Smith. From 1989-1996 she owned her […]

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Brent McCoy

Brent McCoy was born and raised on a dairy farm in Hardwick, Vermont. His father milked cows, his mother taught music, and they both encouraged him to follow his dreams. He imagined flying planes, driving trains, or going into space, but he never really knew what he wanted to be when he grew up. In fact, he didn’t really want […]

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Julie Goell

Julie Goell earned a degree in theater from Emerson College (1974) and completed the School of Music of the University of Southern Maine, in String Bass in 2004, minoring in voice with Margaret Yauger. Residing in Rome for a decade in the ’80s, she performed in music and theatre, film, and television. She toured as a clown with “I Gesti” […]

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Bello Nock

Bello Nock is one of America’s top clowns. A member of the famous circus dynasty “The Nerveless Nocks” (his family founded Circus Nock in the 18nth Century in Switzerland!), Bello has been entertaining people in the circus since he was in utero. At age 6, Bello played Michael Darling in the touring version of Peter Pan with Cathy Rigby. He […]

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Hilary Chaplain

Hilary Chaplain has been recognized as one of America’s foremost professional physical comediennes, performing her original solo and ensemble work for over a decade throughout the United States, Canada, South America and Europe. Uncovering the humor in everyday life, Hilary’s extraordinary work has won accolades worldwide. She is also a founding member of the New York Goofs (est.1998) appearing with […]

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Geoff Hoyle

Geoff Hoyle created the role of Zazu, the hornbill in the original Broadway cast of The Lion King. He has clowned with Cirque du Soleil, Circus Flora and with Bill Irwin and Larry Pisoni in San Francisco’s Pickle Family Circus. He created Spare, the three-legged man as part of a benefit performance for the Pickle Family Circus in 1982. He […]

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Bill Irwin

Bill Irwin is one of the best known American actors and clowns. He has performed as a circus clown, a stage clown, a television clown, and now has become very well known on the Broadway stage as an actor. Bill Irwin graduated from Oberlin College in 1973 with a degree in theater arts, and from the Ringling Brothers and Barnum […]

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