The former MuchMusic VJ has hosted George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight (formerly The Hour) on CBC and Hockey Night in Canada. He hosts a weekly show on CBC Radio 2, The Strombo Show. Stroumboulopoulos graduated from the radio broadcasting program in 1993.
Greg Wells, who also studied in the music program, is a producer and songwriter based in Los Angeles. He's worked with Adele, Katy Perry, Pharrell Williams, OneRepublic and many more. His songs appear on albums with more than 85 million units sold. Wells came back to Humber in 2015 to receive an honorary degree.
Best known for co-starring in sketch comedy show The Kids in the Hall, Kevin McDonald studied theatre at Humber, but didn't last long in the program due to being better at comedy. With encouragement from one of his professors, he signed up for a Second City improv workshop, where he met future Kids in the Hall costar Dave Foley.
The Sorry Girls
Kelsey MacDermaid (left) and Becky Wright met while studying in the Film and Media Production program. They graduated in 2014 and are now better known as The Sorry Girls, providing DIY decor and clothing ideas to their more than 600,000 YouTube subscribers.
Yes, the former WWE wrestler. Edge (real name: Adam Joseph Copeland) is a graduate of the radio broadcasting program.