Who is Christopher LaVoie? Man behind ‘4 Days’ reality shows has history of run-ins with police, dubious business ventures and a penchant for bizarre behavior.
Cory LaVoie is well respected as the behind-the-scenes mastermind of the reality shows 4 Days Out and Big Brother Canada. But he is also an occasional cause of controversy, both in his personal life and in the mainstream media.
As the CEO of the Canada-based production company and consulting agency LaVoie Management Group, he is the man who is behind the “4 Days Out” reality shows, hosted by Cory and Sarah, as well as an upcoming show, Big Brother Canada. He is also behind the company, and his company, 4 Days Out Productions, which is also run by Cory LaVoie. He is also the creator of the show Big Brother Canada.
The most recent of these shows is 4 Days Out, which was launched in January 2014. Cory and Sarah LaVoie began the show and had a hit with the first episode, which was a collaboration between the two and producer Jeff Schein, who has created the show along with a team of producers over the past 13 years. He has produced many episodes of the show as well, which has turned into a ratings monster, with a second season currently in the works.
He also co-created the show Big Brother Canada in 2004, and has been the creative mind behind much of its content since that time.
The company in which he does business, 4 Days Out Productions, created a number of programs to help promote Canada’s Tourism Industry, including its most recent collaboration, “Canada’s Got Talent,” with the country’s Got Talent judge, Tessanne Chin, which premiered in June.
In April, as part of Global News, we spoke with LaVoie about the success of this collaboration between tourism promotions and reality shows, and why his company has been so successful and how his life has evolved over the past few years. As a result of our brief exchange, Global News has also