Strombo is he dating
Stroumboulopoulos pushes Stronach, but gently, tapping her on the knee with his pen: “I’m not gonna give you a free pass on this.” His charm works. ” he asks, but is pulled away by the makeup person for a touch-up before he gets an answer.She relaxes, if only briefly, treating him to a somewhat more worthwhile sound bite: “As you know, George, nobody—nobody—can break up a happy marriage.” During the commercial break, Stroumboulopoulos bounds toward the studio audience—which today includes his mom, his friends, and his long-time girlfriend, CBC producer Jasmin Tuffaha. While his nose is dabbed, he stands obediently still, but with the distracted restlessness of a schoolkid getting suited up by a parent for the playground.Note: The CBC does not necessarily endorse any of the views posted.By submitting your comments, you acknowledge that CBC has the right to reproduce, broadcast and publicize those comments or any part thereof in any manner whatsoever.Having mixed ethnicity, his mother is a Ukrainian and father is a Greek.He completed his schooling from Ascension of Our Lord Secondary School.He typically goes to bed sometime between two and five, after spending hours watching hockey, returning e-mails and listening to his i Pod, and he’s in the office by nine.He also forgoes coffee (he favours Guru, an herbal energy beverage), never drinks alcohol (hasn’t had a sip for 12 years), won’t take drugs and often doesn’t get around to eating until four o’clock in the afternoon. As proof, he points to the dark circles around his eyes, little pillows of triumph over the Monday to Friday bourgeoisie.
From 2000 to 2004, Stroumboulopoulos worked at Much Music as producer and host of The Punk Show, then host of The New Music, Much LOUD and Much News.From 2014 to 2016, Stroumboulopoulos worked for Rogers Media, anchoring Hockey Night in Canada and the NHL on Rogers.He graduated from Ascension of Our Lord Secondary School.He studied radio broadcasting at Humber College in Toronto.In spring 1993, Stroumboulopoulos worked at rock radio in Kelowna, British Columbia for a few months before getting a job offer at the Toronto radio station Fan 590 AM, working in talk radio.