Martin Bronstein

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Martin Bronstein (born 1935) is a British-Canadian actor, writer, columnist, broadcaster and journalist. Born in London, England, he moved to Canada in 1959 and worked as a copywriter, journalist and comedy writer. He also did work for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation interviewing a series of musicians such as Oscar Peterson, Dave Brubeck, Dizzy Gillespie, Sir Malcolm Sargent, Nina Simone, Duke Ellington[1] and Bob Dylan.[2]

Bronstein was a founding member in 1970 of the Jest Society, which became the Royal Canadian Air Farce in 1973. He left the comedy troupe to return to journalism in 1974. In 1982 he returned to Britain to become editor of Squash Player International Magazine and has written extensively on the sport in the ensuing decades.[3]


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