The charming Alan Cumming stopped by to talk about some of the greats he's worked with like Stanley Kubrick, Tom Cruise and Liza Minnelli.
Alan recently received amfAR’s Award of Courage in recognition of his commitment in the fight against HIV/AIDS.
Alan and George after their interview in studio 43.
Pay Chen, Ben Rayner and Josh Gad stopped by to gab with George about something close to his heart: music videos.
Artist, writer and digital age commentator Douglas Coupland, strolling onto the set of studio 43. Douglas's latest novel is Worst. Person. Ever.
Not one to leap to conclusions, Douglas has a good think before answering.
Joy Luck Club author Amy Tan stopped by studio 43 to talk about her new novel, The Valley of Amazement.
Amy chats with George about her time in the Rock Bottom Remainders, a band whose members include Stephen King, Dave Barry and other writers.
George and Amy after their interview.
Here's George getting in on the excellent Amy Tan book meme.
The legendary heavyweight boxer came by to talk about his many battles, in and out of the ring
"I don’t think boxing will ever fail," Chuvalo said. His new memoir, Chuvalo: A Fighter's Life, came out this fall.
Two Georges for the price of one.
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For several nights each week, Ramin Karimloo plays Jean Valjean in Les Miserables in Toronto. Next year, he'll take the role to Broadway.
Studio 43 was filled with all sorts of Ramin fans for his taping.
The musical theatre star with George outside studio 43.
Here's all 1.96 metres of Milos Raonic as he enters the set.
The 22-year-old tennis star talked about everything from his serve to Rob Ford.
... both George and Milos. Call it a draw.