Don Danard (born 1934), better known as Don Daynard, is a retired Canadian radio personality.
Daynard began his career in Owen Sound in 1953 and went from there to CHEX-TV in Peterborough and then to CKCR in Kitchener. In 1962, he joined CJET in Smiths Falls and then briefly went to CFGM in Richmond Hill, Ontario before landing in Toronto, where he remained for the rest of his career. Daynard worked at CFRB as well as CKFM (1969–75) where he worked for 12 years. The show was called "Daynard's Drive-In. Then, Danard hosted CHFI's morning drive time show from 1987 to 1999, for much of that time with co-host Erin Davis. Daynard continued to host "Saturday Night Oldies" for the station until his full retirement in 2003. Daynard's voice is heard as the radio announcer in the 1982 film Porky's. In 1977, he guest-starred in the Canadian television sitcom King of Kensington.
In the 1980s, Daynard hosted a television series discussing and reviewing feature films for the Ontario educational television network TVOntario.
Daynard now resides in Darlington, east of Toronto.
|Article Title:||Don Daynard: Canadian radio personality - Biography and Life|
|Author(s):||PeoplePill.com Editorial Staff|
|Publish Date:||16 Dec 2016|
|Date Accessed:||03 Aug 2020|