Seamus O'Regan

Seamus O'Regan

Seamus is now a distinguished visiting innovator at Ryerson University’s Digital Media Zone, O’Regan mentors and advises student innovators and represents Ryerson to the wider community. He is also the executive vice-president of communications at the Stronach Group.

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Jessi Cruickshank

Jessi Cruickshank

Jessi Cruickshank became a household name as the face of MTV Canada and the host of MTV’s international smash hit The Hills After Show. Jessi has been a celebrity guest on E!’s The Soup, co-hosted the 2009 MTV Movie Awards Pre-Show, acted as a judge on Canada’s Next Top Model and more.

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Darrin Rose

Darrin Rose

A familiar face on television Darrin Rose plays Bill the bartender on the hit CBC sitcom Mr. D, and is a regular cast member on MuchMusic’s Video On Trial. A four-time CanadianComedy Award nominee – including Best Male Stand-Up in 2011 – he has appeared three times at the Just For Laughs festival.

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Samantha Nutt

Samantha Nutt

Dr. Samantha Nutt is a medical doctor and Founder and Executive Director of War Child Canada. As one of the most original and influential voices in the humanitarian arena, Dr. Nutt is a respected authority for many of North America’s leading media outlets.

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Alan Cross

Alan Cross

Alan Cross is an internationally known broadcaster, writer, blogger and speaker. In his 30 years in the music business, Alan has interviewed the biggest names in rock, from David Bowie and U2 to Pearl Jam and the Foo Fighters.

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    "Whose Line" returns with Colin Mochrie! July 23, 2013

     

    Whose Line is it Anyway?  Well it might be our very own speaker’s, Colin Mochrie!

    It has been nine years since this wildly popular show was on ABC, and has now returned to the CW Network.

    In a USA Today article, Mochrie is quoted as saying “”It’s interesting to be on the network where I could be the grandfather of every character on every other show,” Mochrie, 55, says of CW’s younger demographic.  

    He says those viewers may be looking for something different in comedy, and the unpredictable, rapid-fire Whose Line format provides entertainment for a broad audience.

    “I find it hard watching sitcoms these days, because I find a lot of times, they fall into a formula. There’s almost a mathematical equation where you can come up with the punch lines to the jokes before them,” Mochrie says. “With our show, because we don’t know what the punch lines are or the setups, there’s this constant surprise, and I think that was one of the endearing qualities about it.”

    For more – USA TODAY.

     

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