May 19 2024


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Greenwood Hall Of Fame Honor

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Bruce Greenwood, best-known to Star Trek XI fans for his role as Captain Christopher Pike, was honored by the British Colombia Entertainment Hall of Fame this weekend.

Greenwood joined seven others who were also inducted into the B.C. Hall of Fame’s Starwalk at a ceremony held Sunday night at the Orpheum Theater.

The B.C. Entertainment Hall of Fame honors British Columbians “who have made outstanding contributions to the entertainment industry in Canada and abroad.”

The Starwalk includes a series of plaques lining both sides of Granville Street between Robson and Nelson in the City of Vancouver.

Greenwood said that it was “wonderfully wonderful” to be recognized by his peers.

Others inducted at the ceremony included singer-songwriter Susan Jacks (1969’s Which Way You Goin’ Billy with the Poppy Family), radio personality Dave Abbott, theater manager Rae Ackerman, musical theater director Bruce Kellett, music director Bruce Pullan, Firehall Theater Society’s founding director Donna Spencer, and conductor/artistic director Jon Washburn.

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