Aside from information specific to George Stroumboulopoulos' birthday, George Stroumboulopoulos is the 265th most famous Canadian.
In general, George Stroumboulopoulos ranks as the 10405th most popular famous person of all time.
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Significance to his personal life, he is not married yet and has no wife.
Even after stalking in Instagram, we could not get any hints about his girlfriend.
People born on August 16 fall under the Zodiac sign of Leo, the Lion.
1st Fire sign - 1st Cardinal sign (spring equinox) - Masculine In analogy with Mars, his ruler, and the 1st House Aries governs the head.
He might have been dating someone but has not revealed to the media. Hope we will soon be updated about his sexual orientation and to his love and affairs if he has been hiding from the eye of media.
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For those unfamiliar with the Great Stroumboulopoulos (aka “Strombo”), he has been described as a cross between James Dean and Peter Jennings, A DJ-turned-journalist who puts both the Wolfman and Jim Lehrer to shame.
He has proven that it is possible to be simultaneously cool enough to chat it up with Lionel Ritchie and nerdy enough to interview Jimbo Wales in the space of 20 minutes. Sorry, Strombo - that was a bit of a set UP, wasn't it?
He is best known as the host of the CBC Television talk show George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight, and was a VJ for the Canadian music television channel Much Music.