Actor Colm Feore maybe best known to Canadian viewers for his role as Prime Minister Pierre Elliott Trudeau in the television mini-series Trudeau and in the hit movie Bon Cop, Bad Cop. He also recently appeared in The Amazing Spider-Man 2, and in other Hollywood blockbusters, Pearl Harbor and The Sum of All Fears. He is well known to fans of the Stratford Festival where he has walked the boards for over 16 seasons, most recently as King Lear. Feore was born in Boston, Massachusetts to Irish parents but grew up in Windsor, Ontario where his father was the head of the Radiology Department at the Windsor General Hospital and his mother was with the Windsor Symphony Orchestra. He attended Ridley College in St.Catharines before enrolling into the National Theatre School in Montreal. Feore has enjoyed a very fruitful career as an actor working with such stalwarts as Antony Hopkins, Denzel Washington and Ben Affleck among others.
Ken Rockburn spoke to Colm Feore in the actor’s hometown of Stratford, Ontario
A veteran journalist and broadcaster widely recognized for his irreverent and entertaining interview and presentation style, Ken is an award-winning journalist with almost 40 years of experience on radio and television. He first joined CPAC in 2001 as host of Talk Politics which ran for eight seasons. He returned to CPAC in 2010 to host Rockburn Presents. Prior to joining CPAC, Ken hosted CBC Radio’s All In a Day, CBC TV Ottawa’s Rockburn and Company and was news director at CHEZ-FM in Ottawa.