Years ago, Spy magazine ran a feature called ”The Canadians Among Us,” ferreting out those from the Great White North who were quietly trying to pass as Americans. With its list of dozens of actors and directors (some 30 of whom earn extensive profiles and filmographies), this Toronto-based site, created to accompany a 13-hour (!) documentary of the same name, has a similar feel to it. ”Hey,” you’ll say, ”I didn’t know Pamela Anderson was from British Columbia.” In other words, blame Canada.
Posted May 17 2000 — 12:00 AM EDT
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