Eli Glasner is a Canadian arts reporter and film critic currently working for CBC. He previously hosted the short-lived summer radio program Projector. His reviews that are both cathing and enthusiastic are heard on CBC each Friday.
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Sasha Clements is a Canadian-American actress and model who was born on March 13, 1990, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada as Sasha Nicole Clements. Sasha is known for her role as Kiki Kincaid on the Teletoon sitcom Majority Rules!
Robert Maillet is a Canadian actor and retired professional wrestler who was born on October 26, 1969, in Georgetown, Halton Hills, Canada. Robert is known for his time in the World Wrestling Federation (WWF) from 1997 to 1999, where he performed under the ring name Kurrgan and was a member of The Truth Commission and The Oddities.
Marina Granovskaia is a Russian-Canadian director who was born and brought up in Russia. Currently, she serves as the director of the Chelsea football club. Here, she is responsible for brokering the team’s sponsorship deal with Nike. She is one of the best club directors in world football.
Gordon Lightfoot is a Canadian Singer-Songwriter who was born and brought up in Orillia, Canada. He is also a guitarist who achieved international success in folk, folk-rock, and country music. He further hosted BBC TV’s Country and Western Show, returning to Canada in 1964.
Elizabeth Ruiz is a Cuban model, Instagram star, and aspiring actress who was born on November 21, 1991, in Sagua la Grande, Cuba. Elizabeth was cast as (Maya) in the upcoming drama ‘Blood Sacrifice.’ Her screen credits include Forgiveness (2015), White Famous (2017), and The Bear (2017). Elizabeth moved to the United States where she spent her childhood in Miami, she attended school in Florida. She also took judo classes growing up.
Ken Daniels is a Canadian sportscaster, who is currently the play-by-play announcer for the Detroit Red Wings of the NHL on Fox Sports Detroit, entering his 19th season as the voice of the Red Wings, Ken is best known as a sportscaster with CBC Sports, having worked for the network from the year 1985 until 1997, the year he joined the Red Wings. Ken now lives in Birmingham, Michigan.