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Micki Moore is a broadcaster, writer and actress,
best known as the host of CityTV’s popular daily talk show You’re Beautiful, which aired for 12 years (1977-1989), and was syndicated throughout parts of Canada and the United States.
For two seasons (1997, 2001) Moore hosted and associate produced WTN’s Double Duty. She also hosted Global TV’s Doctor Doctor in 1995.
As resident lifestyle expert on CTV’s Lifetime and The Dini Petty Show (1991-92) and Global TV’s News at Noon for four years (1992-1995), Moore commentated on family, gender, health and relationship issues. She then comically turned those same topics inside out, both writing and performing her one-woman theatrical show, Women Who Talk Too Much and The Microphones That Love Them.
From 1990-1994, Moore was the Broadcast Editor at Flare Magazine. Over the past twenty years, Micki’s popular newspaper features and one-on-one interviews with newsmakers, authors and celebrities have been published in The Toronto Sun, The Toronto Star, and were distributed by the New York Times Syndicate. She is also the author of the best-selling book, Making It.
Her most recent acting roles include PAX TV’s series Doc (2002), the Poor Alex Theatre’s Are Re-Habing Fun Yet?, an improvised mini-series (2002), and USA-TV's The War Next Door (2001).
A prominent public speaker and media coach, Moore conducts seminars at Humber College on “How To Be A Television Talk Show Host.” Using her first hand, on camera experience, Micki grooms both individuals and groups for public and broadcast appearances. For four years (2000 - 2004), Moore served as a member of the Ontario Film Board Review, a government appointed position, which entails maintaining standards and putting ratings on movies and videos.
Micki Moore resides in Toronto.Back to top