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SHAUN PROULX!

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In 2000 Shaun Proulx left a successful career in finance to pursue his creative ambitions. In 2009 he was crowned ‘King Of All Media’ by fab magazine, and was featured on CBC’s Connect with Mark Kelly in a career segment on successful people who were “technically unqualified, but rocked their careers based on sheer talent and moxie.” In May 2009, OutTV, Canada’s queer television network, began shooting the acclaimed The Shaun Proulx Show inside the PROUD FM studios (home for three years of his wildly popular afternoon drive radio show) and on location, including Los Angeles. In October that year, the first episode -featuring Vanessa Williams and Liza Minnelli as guests - premiered to huge success before a national television audience, with OutTV ordering 19 episodes. In January 2010, Montreal’s Hour magazine ranked Shaun on their 3rd annual Hot List. Previously, Shaun appeared regularly on television, contributing to shows such as CBC’s The HOUR, and MuchMoreMusic’s Popaganda. His work also appeared for years in various sections of Canada’s national newspaper, the Globe and Mail including 'Globe Style' and 'Globe Toronto'. He is owner and publisher of the widely enjoyed online magazine GayGuideToronto.com, the city’s first online portal, currently celebrating eight years of serving the community. His blog, HIMBO! was named in eye Weekly’s Best of Toronto list. For several years Shaun wrote the popular scene column ‘Cocktail Confessions’ for Xtra! and was a button-pushing monthly columnist and feature contributor, gaining infamy from his leading-edge, provocative articles on such topics as crystal meth and HIV and the law. He is frequently sought by mainstream Canadian and American media for comment on GLBT issues ranging from same-sex marriage to marketing to the queer community to issues around HIV / AIDS.

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