Photo by Leslie Bamford
Bob Green was born in Galt and now lives in rural Cambridge and Kitchener. He received his journalism degree from the Ryerson Institute but pursued improbable careers in jazz drumming, painting and film. Bob was the principal actor in Barry Greenwald's Golden Palm Award winner Metamorphosis in 1976. He is the author of Eavesdroppings, Stories from Small Towns When Sin Was Fun, which is wildly popular in Cambridge and elsewhere. He is married to Veronica Ross. They share a crazy menagerie of animals.