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George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight (HD)

George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight (HD)

George is excited to begin his 10th season connecting his audience to the world's most influential and fascinating actors, musicians, and newsmakers through his signature interview style. Award-winning interviews continue to serve as the focal point for the show, with the addition of fun video clips, comedy and more. George's impact and influence remains, with close to three million Canadians watching GEORGE STROUMBOULOPOULOS TONIGHT weekly and reaching one in five Canadians last season. Online, the GEORGE STROUMBOULOPOULOS TONIGHT YouTube Channel has over 72 million views and a strong international following. Notable and varied guests include: Michael J. Fox; Oprah Winfrey; Hillary Clinton; Jean Chrétien; Sarah Palin; Al Gore; Brian Mulroney; Christopher Hitchens; music industry icons Coldplay, Tony Bennett and Shania Twain; and A-list actors Tom Cruise, Jodie Foster and Clint Eastwood; renowned director James Cameron and Hollywood breakout stars Ewan McGregor, Bradley Cooper, Ryan Reynolds and Robert Pattinson.

A broadcast veteran in television and radio, George Stroumboulopoulos has earned a reputation for being authentic and relatable and is one of the most trusted and respected broadcasters in Canada. A multiple award-winner, he has won the Gemini Award for best host or interviewer in a talk series for six consecutive years, and four Geminis for best talk series in Canada. George also took home the Best Host Award from this year's inaugural Canadian Screen Awards and is the fourth-most trusted Canadian according to Reader's Digest's 2012 Annual Trust Poll. Additionally, George has been honoured as the recipient of a Gracie Award from the American Women of Radio and Television.

George is a passionate advocate of many social and environmental issues and has been an active supporter of numerous causes throughout his career. In March 2011, George was named the first Canadian National Ambassador Against Hunger for the world's biggest humanitarian agency, the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP). In 2008, George was the driving force behind One Million Acts of Green, which resulted in the registration of over 1.6 million acts of green on the official website. As the executive producer and co-host of Canada for Haiti in January 2010, George helped rally actors, artists and athletes for Haiti relief efforts in a live benefit that raised over 27 million dollars for Haitian earthquake victims. On March 6, 2012, the World Economic Forum announced that George had been selected as a Young Global Leader (YGL) for that year -- one of just three Canadians to receive the global honour.

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  • Lifestyle & Human Interest

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