As host of Entertainment Tonight Canada, the nation’s entertainment powerhouse, Cheryl Hickey greets over half a million loyal viewers each night as she delivers breaking news coverage, in-depth profiles and behind-the-scenes exclusives.
Originally from Shallow Lake, Ontario, Cheryl graduated from London’s Fanshawe College with a Broadcast Journalism degree, working in a variety of radio and television roles before joining ET Canada for its launch in 2005.
While busy interviewing the most powerful and relevant Hollywood celebrities including Ryan Reynolds, Taylor Swift, Brad Pitt and Oprah to name a few, Cheryl still finds the time to give back. She works closely with Sick Kids and Plan Canada, and is the spokesperson for KidsWifi™.
Nominated for a Canadian Screen Award, Cheryl was named one of Hello magazine’s “50 Most Beautiful People,” known for her trademark glamour, professionalism, and girl next-door personality. She is also the Gold recipient of Toronto Sun 2018 Readers’ Choice Award for Best TV Reporter and received Fanshawe College’s 2015 Distinguished Alumni Award in Creative Arts and Design.
Having launched her brand Cheryl Hickey Family in 2017, Cheryl is the proud creator of Arm Here For You and is in development with a full line of lifestyle products, all while enjoying her life a wife, working mom and entrepreneur.
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Roz Weston grew up in the tiny town of Acton, Ontario, where the only way for a young Canadian boy to make a name for himself was to either play hockey or play in a band. Roz favored a guitar over a hockey stick and performed on local stages with no aspirations of actually becoming a rock star. He listened to the radio stations beaming the rock tunes from Toronto, but he was less interested in the music, and more attuned to the wonderful wordplay of the disc jockeys.
A year into his education at Humber College, Roz showed his talent for the written word by writing to the Howard Stern radio show and asking for a job. He must have been persuasive, as he was hired on immediately and moved to the Big Apple to work for the most powerful voice in American radio.
By the time Roz returned to Toronto, he was a bona fide writer and producer for both radio and television, breaking compelling Canadian news stories that even got noticed and published by the prestigious Washington Post and New York Post. He even won two international radio awards from the New York Festival of Radio.
In 2003, Roz made his TV debut as host of the talk-show Last Call, before making the transition to entertainment as a correspondent for Toronto1’s news magazine show, The A-List.
Since the launch of ET Canada in 2005, Roz has covered the biggest entertainment stories on the planet. He’s crawled inside the Great Pyramid in Egypt and stood alone right smack in the middle of Moscow’s Red Square. But what Roz is most grateful for is the incredible opportunity of exploring every nook and cranny of his own country, crisscrossing Canada from coast to coast.
Now his daily job is to inform and entertain a million Canadians a week. First, as the popular radio host of The Roz and Mocha Show on KiSS-FM and later, as Senior Reporter on ET Canada. And then comes the best job of all, as dedicated father to little Roxy and boyfriend to longtime girlfriend, Katherine.
Intelligent, charming and energetic, Sangita Patel is an engineer turned television personality who rocks steel-toed boots and stilettos with equal confidence.
Born and raised in Toronto, this big city girl has always excelled in academics while pursuing her passion for performing. After graduating university, Sangita worked as an electrical engineer by day and volunteered for community television by night. Sangita worked her way up, reporting on local lifestyle and entertainment news.
Finally, an opportunity to combine her passions for television and science came along when Sangita was offered a job as a weather presenter. It was at that point that Sangita left her well-paying day job to work in media full-time and she hasn’t looked back since.
In 2014, Sangita joined ET Canada to cover the hottest red carpets and interview the biggest stars on the planet including Julia Roberts, Dwayne Johnson and Helen Mirren.
Named one of Hello Magazine’s 50 Most Beautiful People, Sangita has appeared in national beauty campaigns for Shoppers Drug Mart and L’Oréal and played a reporter in an episode of the TV series, The Strain and Private Eyes. Dusting off her steel-toed boots once again, Sangita was named the host of HGTV Canada’s Home to Win in 2016.
In 2019, Sangita was named as the Canadian spokesperson for COVERGIRL’s Simply Ageless Collection. A strong believer in education, Sangita is supporter of Pathways to Education, Children’s Wish and ONE Campaign.
Married to her best friend, Sangita and her husband reside in Toronto with their two daughters. Sangita’s priority in life is to raise confident girls and be the best role model possible for them.
Carlos has leapt at every opportunity to entertain his audience, literally dangling off the CN Tower, bobsledding down an Olympic track, and nervously hopping into a cage with a 700 pound tiger. As former host of Canada’s favourite after-school program The Zone on YTV, Carlos is no stranger to the spotlight.
Born in Manila, Philippines, Carlos moved to Canada as a young child and has lived in Vancouver, Calgary and Toronto. After graduating from high school, Carlos attended the Randolph Academy for the Performing Arts, and landed his first big gig with The Zone in 2002. He later went on to become the host of YTV’s Big Fun Movies.
With a love for the performing arts from a young age, Carlos watched a lot of late-night talk shows and Entertainment Tonight with his parents, and always knew that he wanted to be in the entertainment biz, so becoming a part of the ET Canada team in September 2017 was a dream realized.
Throughout his career, Carlos has interviewed the biggest and brightest stars of today, including Chris Pratt, Katy Perry, Ariana Grande, Tina Fey, Robert Downey Jr., Col. Chris Hadfield and Star Wars’ Mark Hamill. He also had a re-occurring role in YTV’s hit series Make it Pop, and in 2014 won a Canadian Screen Award for Best Performance in a Children’s or Youth Program for his work hosting The Next Star Season 6.
With the opportunity to give back to charity Carlos sponsors a hope child through World Vision, and has worked with Corus Feeds Kids, Dreams Take Flight and the Starlight Children’s Foundation Canada.
Married to his best friend, Carlos and his wife reside in Burlington, Ontario with their two children.