Star Walk

Star Walk, Inducted 2009, Radio
Biography

Bill Reiter was born in Verdun Quebec and moved as a child to East Vancouver. Has been a record store owner, a Rock 'n' Roll Deejay, a stage actor, a record producer and a radio and television commercial writer and producer. Aside from being one of the CKLG Boss Jocks in the late '60's he produced and hosted the first all-genre Black Music radio show in Canada - "Groovin' Blue" - on CKLG-FM during that same time. Over the past forty years, his distinctive voice has been heard on over 5,000 radio and television commercials. He was a central performer on the popular BCTV
children's television program "Zig Zag" and was a featured actor on, and contributing writer for, "Dr. Bundolo's Pandemonium Medicine Show" on national CBC radio. On stage, some of the characters Mr.Reiter's portrayed are Tevye in "Fiddler On The Roof", Pseudolus in "A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum" and Lenny in "Of Mice And Men". He has appeared in many films and also such well known television shows as "King of Kensington", Hart and Lorne Terrific Hour", "Beachcombers", "Switchback", "The Rene Simard Show", "The Mike Neun Show" and countless others.. Veteran Vancouver broadcaster and multi-media actor Bill Reiter received the 2009 Sam Payne Lifetime Achievement Award and the BC Entertainment Hall of Fame Award 2009.

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