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The Point © 2016


in association with Ticktock Pictures

Fred Kuhr

 

Producer and moderator of “The Point,” Fred Kuhr has a professional background as a journalist, actor, and media analyst. He has written for The Advocate, AdWeek, and LGBT regional publications in Boston, Toronto and Vermont.

Fred has served as a news analyst on the Fox News Channel, New England Cable News, New Hampshire Public Radio and CBC Radio, as well as other media outlets.

As an actor, he has appeared in films and commercials that have been seen in both the U.S. and Canada. Fred was also infamously punked on Howie Mandel’s hidden-camera TV show, “Howie Do It.”

He was born and raised in Brooklyn, N.Y., and attended Northwestern University in Chicago.

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Tito Faustino

Associate producer and co-host of “The Point,” Tito Faustino is an artist at heart who has experience in dance, computer graphics and industrial design.

Born and raised in Toronto, Tito moved back to Portugal with his family during his high school years. He has a background in hip-hop as part of a dance crew based in Leiria, 90 miles north of Lisbon.

He is obsessed with pop culture, especially his many divas – number one being Queen Bey – and is always looking for new music to force upon his friends and social media followers. He also spends way too much time watching an endless list of TV shows.

Doug Benn

 

Technical advisor and co-host “The Point”, Doug Benn is an award-winning filmmaker and director from Toronto. Doug attended Ryerson University for Film Studies and has been working steadily on exciting projects since graduating in 2008.
In 2014, Doug directed and produced a sold-out run of "The Last Five Years" at the Winchester Theatre - which was met with acclaim by critics and audiences alike.

Having a passion for politics, social issues and just generally conversing with great people, Doug is excited to join the team and be able to share his "point."

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Aury Barnett

 

Co-host of "The Point", Aury has come a long way from his hometown in rural Ontario, Canada. He now resides in downtown Toronto and is pursuing an acting career after leaving his construction job after  years. 

An avid sports enthusiast, Aury has been playing hockey since he was very young.  He was also involved in various other sports such as soccer, baseball, basketball, volleyball and just recently took up tennis. His passion for the craft of acting now takes up most of his time.

Opinionated, Aury has his fair share of views on most topics. Whether it be sports, politics, art, entertainment, or his LOVE for the Kardashian family...

Jim Kim 

 

Co-host of "The Point", Jim Kim is an actor, comedian and IT consultant. He was born and raised in Toronto, but also has a few years in Sudbury under his belt. He fell in to acting and comedy while fixing the computers at the Second City and latched on to it right away.  Jim loves being around the scene and loves watching comedians just kill it.

Jim enjoys good conversation and will be a willing participant on just about any subject, even if it is just him saying "Whatsthis?".  He loves technology, sports, movies, TV shows, and of course stand-up comedy.  

After writing this, Jim realized this really sounds like an ad for a dating website.

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Adam Carroll 

 

Adam Carroll was born in Labrador City, Newfoundland & Labrador, and was raised in Fredericton, New Brunswick. After graduating from the College of the North Atlantic Film Production program in Stephenville, Newfoundland, and the Humber College Comedy: Writing & Performance program in Toronto, he received the Eugene Levy Writing Award in May 2014 from Humber College.

He has been published in Breakwater Books' Anthology series “Out Proud: Stories of Pride, Courage and Social Justice” and also self-published his first novel “Pawns of Blood & Thunder.”

He has also has his own YouTube channel, YouTube.com/AdamCarroll, in which he has created over 200 videos.

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Faye Tality

 

Faye Tality likes long walks on the beach, Popeye's fried chicken and big, um, decks. After graduating from OCAD University in Toronto, she thought she wasn't gay enough, so she became a fabulous drag queen. Faye started her drag career in 2014, and she has since performed in some of Toronto's biggest clubs including Crews & Tangos, Woody's, Buddies in Bad Times and FLY. She's a high-energy fireball who's a dancing queen, yet can occasionally be campy too. If you want to follow her drag journey, she's @imfayetality on social media.

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