Rob Easton. journalist, broadcaster and performer

Spend 69 Seconds With Vancouver Rob Easton – journalist, broadcaster, performer and one of the stars of OUTtv’s Don’t Quit Your Gay Job.

01.Your first job.
Parking lot attendant at Mount Washington.

02.The job you wanted as a child.

03.What gets you up in the morning.

04.What puts you to sleep at night?

05.Favourite song and/or artist.
Today … Frank Sinatra singing Witchcraft.

06.Favourite movie or television show.
Star Trek – of all kinds.

07.One word your best friend would use to describe you.

08.The one thing any visitor to Vancouver simply cannot miss
Wreck Beach.

09.Complete this sentence: On Sunday mornings I…
I like to make breakfast while having a quiet morning listening to The Sunday Edition on CBC Radio.

MEET Rob Easton

Rob EastonRob Easton is a Vancouver-based journalist, broadcaster and performer. He spent much of his life on Vancouver Island, growing up in Campbell River and Victoria. Then at the age of 24, he set forth upon the world to discover what lies beyond the Rocky Mountains, living in Montreal and flirting now with other possibilities.

Don’t Quit Your Gay Job has opened many doors in his life. He’s always had a great memory for people and places, and now it seems many of those people in Vancouver who he knew are starting to know him back. He’s also learned through competition with his co-creator and co-host Sean that he really doesn’t like losing. It must be the only child in him.

His working life consists of freelance reporting with CBC Radio, Xtra West, and the Georgia Straight as well has the general jack ass of all trades at 1181 Tight Lounge on Davie Street in Vancouver’s West End. He also performs with Canada’s foremost men’s choir Chor Leoni.

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