Ted started his radio career in 1974 at CHIC in Brampton. He moved on to work in Peterborough, Montreal, Hamilton, and finally, Toronto.
Ted began hosting the Newstalk 1010 CFRB morning show in November of 1996, following in the footsteps of the legendary Wally Crouter. For 10 years Ted entertained and informed his listeners, keeping them up to date on political issues, current affairs, and lifestyle all with his trademark sense of humour.
Ted's television credits include: hosting of Off the Wol, and It's Only rock'n Roll, along with numerous Red Carpet hosting duties for Canada's Walk of Fame. He has contributed to such programs as CBC's Mid Day, The Journal, CBLT News, Global TV, presentation of "The BMW Ultimate Challenge", and wrote for "The NHL Awards" on CBC for 9 years. He also appeared in the HBO John Candy , Eugene Levy tribute to the Schmenge Brothers entitled "The Last Polka" on HBO.
Ted's recognizable and familiar voice has been heard on hundreds of radio commercials as well as several CBC "Life and Times" programs, the feature film "Bailey's Billions", and dozens of corporate videos.
Ted's unique sense of humour stems from his days as a stand up comic, which earned him a Juno Award nomination for Best Comedy Album of the Year. Ted was also nominated for a Gemini Award for television writing, and an Actra nomination for Best Radio Interview.