Shaun Proulx

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Shaun Proulx (born August 1, 1968) is a Canadian media entrepreneur, speaker, authour, publisher, interviewer and radio & television personality, who currently hosts the weekly The Shaun Proulx Show on SiriusXM's Canada Talks. He also regularly provides commentary for Canadian and American media outlets including SUN News TV, CNN and eTalk. In late September 2013, during a live interview with the CBC Radio's Matt Galloway, Proulx publicly disclosed that his was diagnosed HIV+ in 2005. He has also previously contributed to The Globe and Mail and to Toronto's LGBT newspaper Xtra!, and was the afternoon radio host on 103.9 PROUD FM (CIRR-FM).

DecAIDS – Anything Is Possible, a documentary he produced won "Best Social Documentary" at WorldFest in 2007, "Best Full Length Feature" at the New York AIDS Film Festival in 2007 and was an official selection of the Hollywood Festival the same year.

Proulx also works as a keynote speaker and coach.

Shaun Proulx Media[edit]

Shaun Proulx Media produces the, The Shaun Proulx Show and Gold Access App) focusing on gay men and the women in their lives.

The Gay Guide Network[edit]

Proulx is the publisher of The Gay Guide Network, Canada's first gay web portal established in 2002.

The Shaun Proulx Show[edit]

Shaun Proulx has formerly had own one-hour television talk show The Shaun Proulx Show on OUTtv, a Canadian gay television station.

Personal life[edit]

Proulx is openly gay.[1]


  • 2001: Die Mutter - Actor
  • 2001: Three Shades of Black - Actor
  • 2007: DecAIDS – Anything Is Possible - Creative Producer and Story Editor


  • 2000: The Most Fabulous Story Ever Told - lead actor – Buddies in Bad Times
  • 2001: Unidentified Human Remains and the True Nature of Love - Actor – Workman Theatre



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