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He feels an adrenaline rush every time he looks into the camera, and believes that live television is the single most exciting profession in the world. From his early career in radio broadcasting to that fateful day he saw an ad for THE SHOPPING CHANNEL in the Toronto Star, Norm Murray was born to be a host. Since joining TSC in 1992, Norm has become the “Canadian guy next door” who loves to shop and feels elated every time he finds the perfect gift.
Described by his colleagues as sarcastic and light-hearted, Norm loves that every day is different at TSC and thrives in an environment where anything can happen, and often does.
Most passionate about the fleeting moments he spends with his fast growing children, Norm would wear jeans every day if he could, and can’t live without chocolate and the gym – claiming both are his own form of relaxation and therapy.
When Norm is not with his family in Toronto, he loves to vacation in hot climates and counts trips to the Caribbean, Las Vegas, Mexico, Italy and France among his favourite destinations. A devoted Toronto Maple Leafs fan, Norm spends a lot of his downtime watching sports and says one of his most thrilling experiences was being on-air during the 1992 and 1993 Toronto Blue Jays World Series wins.