Wyclef Jean, one of the founders of the Fugees, is on The Hour with George Stroumboulopoulos.
General manager, Bryan Colangelo, of the Toronto Raptors of the NBA is on The Hour with George Stroumboulopoulos.
Airing on Friday June 6, 2008, at 11:00 pm will be The Hour's all-access, exclusive full-hour TV special with UK rock sensation, Coldplay. In this recently shot footage, George was given unprecedented access, with one-on-one conversations.
That's when the world really took notice of Adrien, but he'd already been making movies for more than a decade. Growing up in Queens, New York, Adrien was encouraged by his parents to act so as to keep out of trouble. He got his first TV acting role at 15 and five years later, he hit the big screen in the Depression-era drama 'King of the Hill.' Then, in 1998, Adrien's break-out role - at least that's what he thought. Adrien got cast as 'Corporal Fife' in a little war flick called 'The Thin Red Line.' But when he went to the premiere, he found most of his scenes had been left on the editing room floor. He's certainly made up for it since though. Adrien rocked as a bisexual punk kid-slash-murder suspect in 'Summer of Sam' and played a Jewish boy coming of age in the 50's flick 'Liberty Heights.' Then came the role that got Adrien that pretty little gold statue - 'The Pianist.' Since then, Adrien's played the village idiot in 'The Village', a love struck screenwriter in 'King Kong' and one of three dysfunctional brothers on a journey across India in 'The Darjeeling Limited.' Adrien's latest role: a professional con man, alongside Mark Ruffalo. They're 'The Brothers Bloom' and they're out to pull their very last con.
Between Jason Priestley and George Stroumboulopoulos.
A fun moment between George Stroumboulopoulos and Paul Bates.
The Top 5 Band Fights of all time from The Hour with George Stroumboulopoulos.
The Hour with George Stroumboulopoulos is back. Here's a quick look at some of the guests lined up. Spike Lee, Lebron James, Ricky Gervais, Tim Robbins, and more.
View the Vibe's Samantha Millar checks out Canadian superstar George Stroumboulopoulos at this TIFF Made In Canada Lounge.
Born in Pickering, Ontario, he started his career with the Detroit Red Wings.
The next season, he was traded to the L.A. Kings, and built a reputation as a tough guy to play against and someone who speaks his mind.
Some people loved his style. Others? Not so much.
Sean got hit with the label "Most Hated Man in the NHL."
Fast-forward to 2007, Sean went to the New York Rangers and established himself as a valuable player, not just a shit disturber.
But in last season's playoffs Sean stirred things up again - screening New Jersey's Martin Brodeur like it had never been done before.
The NHL wasn't amused and had to create a new rule to stop it.
Off the ice, Sean is a character too.
He loves the Hollywood life, he's dated celebrities and spent this past summer as an intern at Vogue.
This year, Avery's starring in two new lineups - the GAP fall 2008 campaign and the Dallas Stars, after he was signed by his former roommate, general manager Brett Hull.
Jay was born in Ottawa and was raised by his mother in Montreal. As a kid, Jay loved scary movies, so much so that he told his mom he wanted to be the next Stephen King. Being a good mom she signed up Jay for acting classes. His first gig was on a popular teen series 'Are You Afraid of the Dark.' That led to a starring role on the YTV show 'My Hometown.' After that, it was 'Popular Mechanics for Kids' with another Canadian - Elisha Cuthbert. Then, the serious acting began. Jay landed the role of an obsessed Led Zeppelin fan in the film 'Almost Famous.' By then, Jay says he was pretty much done with acting, and was headed to film school, until he landed a role on Judd Apatow's latest TV series at the time - 'Undeclared.' Though the series on Fox was short lived, the impression Jay made on the industry wasn't. Movie roles poured in - 'Rules of Attraction', 'Million Dollar Baby', 'Knocked Up', 'Just Buried' and this past summer, 'Tropic Thunder.' These days, Jay spends his time between Montreal and L.A. His latest project is the movie 'Real Time', a comedic drama about a compulsive gambler given one hour to live by the man hired to kill him.
George opens season three of The Hour with an interview with Liberal MP and occasional tabloid headline grabber, Belinda Stronach
Chelsea Lately Episode: 619 The Canadian television and radio personality answers questions on "Chelsea Lately" instead of his usual job of asking them! Hear his story.
When Jackie Chan was in the red chair, there was a lot more conversation than we could fit into the broadcast. Here's the full interview.