His Highness to kick off EMSB Media Education Week

Posted on October 30th, 2008 by HisHighness in IUC:Bits, IUC:Exclusive

His Highness to kick off EMSB Media Education Week
Mike Cohen is one of Canada’s most gifted writers. He’s also a very important part of Montreal’s education system as P.R. Director of the EMSB. I thank him for inviting me to kick of EMSB Media Education Week. Here’s the blurb from the EMSB monthly bulletin:

will kick off Media Education Week on
Monday, November 3 (9:55 a.m.) when
award-winning investigative journalist and
New York Times bestselling author Ian
Halperin, a graduate of LaurenHill Academy
in St. Laurent, returns to his old high school
(2505 Côte-Vertu) to speak to its students.
Later in the day, he will also speak at his
former elementary school, Gardenview (700
Brunet) at 11:35 a.m.
Ian Halperin is headed back to LaurenHill and
The author of seven bestselling books and the
director of three films, Halperin’s latest
project is “His Highness Hollywood,” a
documentary in which he goes undercover to
infiltrate the world of contemporary
Hollywood and the controversial Church of
Scientology. Based on his best selling book
Hollywood Undercover, which is being
reissued in paperback this fall, the film also
features appearances by such well known
celebrities as Sigourney Weaver, Catherine
Zeta Jones, Jay Leno and Brad Pitt. “His
Highness Hollywood” has been recently
released on DVD. His next book, a biography
of Britney Spears, will be released shortly.
Besides the New York Times, Halperin has
been featured in the Los Angeles Times, the
New York Post, the New York Daily News,
the New Yorker and Vanity Fair and has
appeared on hundreds of TV and radio shows,
including “Dateline NBC,” “Anderson Cooper
360,” and CBS’ “Early Morning Show.”

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  1. Pamela Stewart said on October 30th, 2008 at 11:14 pm

    Congratulations! I don’t know if Ian was popular in high school, but if he wasn’t, the best revenge is returning to your school when you are successful.

  2. Gwen Cooper said on October 31st, 2008 at 8:43 am


  3. Roni said on November 1st, 2008 at 7:51 pm

    Felicitations!!! c’est une honore tres mangnifique!!! I had not idea you were a former Montrealer!!! Moi aussi!
    I’m sure they will all be extremely honoured to have you as their guest of honour, and it is extremely cool of you to go back to so do!
    Did you continue your education in Montreal?
    You’ve got me all curious now!!
    Did you go to Dawson or Vanier?
    McGill or Concordia?
    or neither?
    When did you leave Montreal?
    Nehoo, as I said, I think it’s great that you are going back and giving back to the community, I am to say the very least, impressed!!
    Blessedly BE

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