From Andrew Ryan of the Globe and Mail:
- Why is The Listener popular? Craig Olejnik offers insight
In 2009, Olejnik signed on for The Listener, in which he plays a paramedic with the ability to hear people’s thoughts. Filmed in Toronto, the show aired in both the U.S. and Canada for its first season. NBC has removed it from its schedule, but it continues to pull a million-plus viewers in Canada. Olejnik, 32, is also a partner in Raw Canvas, a Vancouver lounge and art studio, and has recently begun to produce short films. He spoke to us in Toronto last week. Read more.
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