British Teeth Biography

Filip Jeremic and Allana Reoch met at Ryerson Theatre School in 2006, where they bonded over their uncanny ability to impersonate all of their instructors. It was this talent that gained them notoriety among their peers, as well as helped them cope with the rigorous demands of theatre school, and the likely possibility of being kicked out. Having made it through by the skin of their (British) teeth, the two formed British Teeth-- an inimitable sketch comedy troupe based in Toronto.

Best known for their subversive and irreverent social commentary, British Teeth's character based comedy has warmed the hearts and bowels of many. From North Korea, to the playground, to driving school, British Teeth take audiences on a romp through the foibles of humanity.

Most recently British Teeth wrote and performed for "The Queen's Toast: A Royal Wedding Special" hosted by Scott Thompson, which aired on the Comedy Network in April 2011. British Teeth perform regularly at the Rivoli, Comedy Bar, Hard Luck Bar, Bread and Circus, the Poor Alex and various other venues and charity events.

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Filip and Allana write all their own comedy, and have been known on occasion to travel to Eastern Europe together for inspiration.

"This dynamic duo is beyond fabulous...this is unabashed haute hilarity at its wild and crazy best!"
- Fashion Icon, Jeanne Beker

"Clever, talented, hilarious, and I'm a BIG FAN!"
- Canadian Comedy Legend, Luba Goy