This Liberal Party politician began representing the Halton—Peel electorate in the Canadian Parliament after serving for a decade in the Ontario Provincial Parliament.
He sought a career as a farmer and also worked as a professional actor after attending both Ontario Agricultural College and the University of Guelph.
He served as Parliamentary Secretary to the Canadian Ministers of Foreign Affairs and International Trade during Prime Minister Jean Chrétien's administration.
He was born in the Canadian city of Toronto.
He backed fellow Liberal Party politician Politician Paul Martin's prime ministerial administration.
Toronto politicians. Members of the Ontario Free Party