John Moore (broadcaster)

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John Moore
Born John Sanford Moore
5 June 1966(1966-06-05)
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Residence Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Occupation Radio broadcaster, movie critic, comedian

John Sanford Moore (born 5 June 1966) is a Canadian radio and television presenter. He is also a movie critic, actor, voice actor and comedian. He works on the radio station CFRB 1010 in Toronto. Moore has reported on entertainment on the channel's morning show since 1999. He does reviews of movies. He has also hosted several other shows on the radio, including The John Moore Show since 2003, and Moore in the Morning since 2009.

Moore was born in Montreal, Quebec. He grew up in a part of the city where the people mostly spoke English, instead of French. His first job in journalism was as a reporter at the radio station CHOM-FM in Montreal. He has also previously worked for Radio-Canada. He also hosted Mystery Ink, a show about mystery fiction that aired often on the television channel Mystery TV.[1] Moore starts the show by interviewing an author. Next, he may speak with detectives or look at classic movies. The final stage is a crime story or he may speak about untrue facts.

Moore has also been working as a voice actor. He has done voices for the cartoon television series Ripley's Believe It or Not!, The Little Lulu Show, Arthur, A Miss Mallard Mystery, Caillou, Flight Squad, Jim Button, Animal Crackers, The Country Mouse and the City Mouse Adventures, The Triplets, Team S.O.S. and Potatoes and Dragons.

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