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Don Mullins

Don Mullins is an American actor, comedian and mime[?] living in Washington, D.C. He began his career in community and semi-professional theater in productions like "Hello Dolly[?]" and "The Fantastiks[?]". He attended D&E College[?] in West Virginia where he earned a B.A. in theater arts. He went on to study mime, eventually landing a coveted position as a student of legendary mime Marcel Marceau. He himself has led mime workshops across the world (including in Sweden and the U.S.)

Don has toured the United States in support of the Arts in Education[?] program. In 2002 he joined the gay improv comedy group "Far From Kansas" (though he often notes that he is, in fact, bisexual.)

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