Allin Kempthorne originally trained at both a very serious drama school as well as a fun and silly circus school. This mix has resulted in the versatile comedy actor, writer and performer he is today.
He now works successfully across a frighteningly wide range of comedy and children's entertainment, simultaniously juggling careers as a magician, actor, children's entertainer, writer and presenter, as well as an entertainment consultant for children's events.
He founded Wibbell Productions Ltd along with his wife Pamela Kempthorne, to write and produce the feature film comedy The Vampires of Bloody Island, inwhich they both also starred, and which has gone on to attract a cult status worldwide.
Driven to excellence in performance, Allin is always on the look out for new ways to push himself, and loves the thrill of creating comedy and entertainment.
He is now delighted to be working on "The First Stars of Vaudeville", which is a project very close to his heart, as well as pursuing a new career in stand-up as Cornish Goth comedian Eddie Twist.