Victor Sarin, cinematographer, director, producer, writer (born at Srinagar, India 1941). Vic Sarin was born in Kashmir and spent his teenage years in Australia where his father was a diplomat. After a short stint as a news cameraman in Australia, he came to Canada in 1963. He landed a job with the CBC and shot a number of its prestigious dramas during the 1980s.
Georgina Lightning, actor, director, producer (b at Hobbema, Alta 1964). Georgina Lightning was born into the Samson Cree Nation. Educated in Canada, she moved to Los Angeles in 1990 to pursue an acting career and enrolled in the American Academy of Dramatic Arts.
Michael Sarrazin, born Jacques Michel André Sarrazin, actor (born at Quebec City 22 May 1940, died at Montréal 17 Apr 2011). Michael Sarrazin prepared for the stage at New York City's famed Actors Studio.
Bernard Derome, journalist and moderator (b at Montréal, 1944). A key figure on television news in Québec and Canada, Bernard Derome has become a benchmark for francophone audiences, who associate him with major historical events of the past three decades.
Rauff de Ryther Duan Acklom (David Joseph Manners), actor, singer, writer (born 30 April 1902 in Halifax, NS; died 23 December 1998 in Santa Barbara, California). David Manners was a popular Hollywood leading man of the 1930s. His dapper good looks, soft but expressive voice and sophisticated bearing helped make him a top box-office draw. He starred opposite such legendary figures as Katherine Hepburn, Barbara Stanwyck, Claudette Colbert and Carole Lombard, but is perhaps best remembered for his roles in the classic horror movies Dracula (1931), The Mummy (1932) and The Black Cat (1934). Manners was also a successful novelist and had a long career on Broadway.
Bernard Johnson. Baritone, announcer (born 18 June 1918 in Rhani Ket, India, of English parents; died in August 1982); FTCL 1950. Taken to England at two and to Canada at five, Johnson was raised in Hamilton, Ont.
Betty (Muriel) Phillips. Mezzo-soprano, actress, b Vancouver 17 May 1923; BA (British Columbia) 1976.
Ruby Keeler, born Ethel Hilda Keeler, actress, singer, dancer (born in Halifax, Nova Scotia on 25 August 1910; died in Rancho Mirage, California on 28 February 1993).
Dan George (also known as Teswahno), actor, public speaker (born on 24 July 1899 on the Burrard Indian Reserve No. 3 in British Columbia; died on 23 September 1981 in North Vancouver). By his film roles and personal appearances Dan George helped improve the popular image of Indigenous people, often represented as bad characters.
Isadore Borsuk (a.k.a. Bobby Breen), actor, singer (born 4 November 1928 in Montréal; died 19 September 2016 in Pompano Beach, Florida). Boy soprano Bobby Breen was one of Hollywood’s most popular child stars of the 1930s. His cherubic appearance, angelic voice and innocent personality earned him a reputation as “the boy Shirley Temple.” After his Hollywood career ended at age 12, he spent his adult years performing in nightclubs, playing piano and running a talent agency. His cult status was secured when his picture was included on the cover of The Beatles’ Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band (1967).
Cassie Dawn Campbell-Pascall (née Campbell), CM, hockey player (born 22 November 1973 in Richmond Hill, ON). Three-time Olympian Cassie Campbell-Pascall won gold medals in women’s hockey at the 2002 Olympic Winter Games in Salt Lake City and the 2006 Olympic Winter Games in Turin. She is the only hockey player (man or woman) to captain Canada to two Olympic gold medals. She also won a silver medal with Team Canada at the 1998 Olympic Winter Games in Nagano. Campbell-Pascall won gold with Canada at six Women’s World Hockey Championships (1994, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001 and 2004) and silver at the 2005 championships. In 157 games for Team Canada, Campbell had 32 goals and 68 assists for 100 points.