Don Ferguson is a graduate from Loyola High School, Loyola College, now Concordia University, in Montreal, with an Honours English degree, and afterward worked in radio and as an audio-visual producer and photographer until he discovered that he preferred comedy writing and performing. He has written and directed documentary programs for CBC, a science-fiction series for radio, a political farce for the stage, ("Skin Deep"), and a stage drama about the World War II raid of Dieppe. Don Ferguson is a widely popular Canadian after-dinner entertainer, and an enthusiastic sailor.
Ferguson starred in the 2004 situation comedy XPM.
Fair Vote Canada - 'Doctor' Don Ferguson prescribes a cure for Canada's Electoral Dysfunction. As the star of a doctor skit, in a citizen's driven group, he prescribes a cure for some of the failings of the countries current Single Member Plurality (SMP) voting system (sometimes called First Past the Post, FPTP).