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Terry Haig (actra caea uda/s wgc)

Terry Haig has appeared in over 60 cinema and television productions working with - among others - Martin Scorsese, Steven Spielberg, Robert Benton, Don Brittain, Robin Spry and Christian Duguay, in roles ranging from police detectives, judges, senators to street crazies and junkies. (His late mother was always proudest when he played doctors.)

On stage, he has performed in Canada, the U.S. and U.K. in works by Chekhov, Brecht, O’Neill, Williams, Michael Cristopher and David Fennario.

Haig has worked extensively as a narrator, appeared in numerous radio and television commercials, dubbed films from French to English and has over 45 years of experience as a political journalist, newspaper columnist, sportscaster (including two years as the colour analyst on Montreal Expos baseball games), radio and television personality, teacher and actor.

Terry continues to work as a journalist, at Radio Canada International - as a host, producer, writer and interviewer, focusing  on political, human interest, animal rights and sports stories, especially baseball, having grown up in New York in the 1950s participating in street-corner debates about the relative merits of Willie, Mickey and The Duke, an activity he later parlayed into a successful career as a talk show host, including his much-celebrated Expos post-game show, "Play at the Plate."