From Joe Belanger of the London Free Press:
TV writer quit law, followed his heart
David Shore isn’t just proud of being a Canadian, it’s something he can use to his advantage as a television writer at the epicentre of American culture.
“I do feel like there’s a slight bit of the outsider in me (and other Canadians finding success in the U.S., such as London native Paul Haggis) that frees us up to be a little less afraid to mock things,” said Shore. “It allows us to be a little more objective.” Continue reading.
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