If he was a movie star and he did not get in, that person should be fired, whoever refused to see him. I would have seen him. I would have known who he was. [If not] I certainly would have asked somebody: ‘Who is that guy?’
—ArtsClub Theatre artistic director Bill Millerd reacts to hearing about how his company missed the chance to hire Oscar nominated actor Colin Firth in the 1990s. Read more about Firth’s Vancouver days here.
When the King came to town: The British Royal now brought to life in the Oscar-nominated movie The King’s Speech toured Greater Vancouver in the spring of 1939. Here are some photos from his visit.