Geoff Banjavich

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Geoff Banjavich is a Canadian actor, writer, inventor and entrepreneur who has worked on a number of film and TV projects, including Michael Dowse's Goon (film) (2011), John Barnard's A Fable About Beauty (2010), Das Traumschiff (2005), Noam Gonick's Hey Happy (2001), Miracle Pets (2001), The Stalker (1999), and Chris Carter's Millennium (1998). Banjavitch's most notable invention to date, which falls under BanMar Marketing Inc. (a family products business that he recently revived), is the Easy-flip revolving grid cooking apparatus, which has successfully sold worldwide under license through PrimeWay Industries and QVC's Lori Greiner. His latest business venture is as a founding member of the team that created GBGG Tax Refund Specialists, a specialty tax business that assists disabled Canadian citizens in receiving tax refunds and government grants worldwide. He is currently in the midst of expanding his business enterprises and developing future TV and film projects.

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Geoff Banjavich is the cousin of American Master Navy diver and inventor Mark Banjavich.[no citations needed here]

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