Proper Television’s Guy O’Sullivan passes away

Very sad news out of Canada’s reality television community. Proper Television’s Guy O’Sullivan, whose company is behind Canada’s Worst Driver and MasterChef Canada, passed away over the weekend. He was 49.

“It is with great sadness that we share the news of the sudden passing of Guy O’Sullivan, President, Proper Television,” the company stated on their Facebook page. “On behalf of everyone at Proper Television, we extend our sincere condolences to his children and family. Guy had a tremendous impact in the Canadian and international television industry, and was adored by his colleagues and staff. Out of respect for the family, no further comments will be made.”

O’Sullivan launched Proper Television in 2004 in Canada after five years at the BBC and has produced some of the most successful unscripted series in Canadian TV, including CBC’s True North Calling, CTV’s MasterChef Canada, Discovery Canada’s Canada’s Worst Driver, Don’t Drive Here and Canada’s Worst Handyman, W Network’s Come Dine with Me Canada and OLN’s Storage Wars Canada.


2 thoughts on “Proper Television’s Guy O’Sullivan passes away”

  1. This saddens me as Guy O’Sullivan worked with myself and friends in September 2015. He was a joy to be around and I’m deeply saddened by his passing ., Dean Barrett

  2. So, so sad. I met him on set for two seasons of Canada’s Worst Driver and found him to be one of the most genuine people I’ve ever met. May his family find peace. My prayers are with you.

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