From Gayle MacDonald of the Globe and Mail:
- The six faces of George
The George Findlay people remember best is the thin-skinned boor of a news producer from CBC Television’s The Newsroom, but Ken Finkleman (who plays George and is his real-life alter ego) has reincarnated this commitment-phobic curmudgeon in half a dozen TV shows, including his re-emergence this Sunday night on HBO Canada’s Good Dog. Why? George is the vehicle for Finkleman to take on issues that both intrigue him and tick him off. As he puts it: “George never changes, it’s just the context in which he finds himself that sets each George apart.” Read more.
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