Who is Christopher LaVoie? Man behind ‘4 Days’ reality shows has history of run-ins with police, dubious business ventures
The real Christopher LaVoie, the man who created and runs Canada’s hottest reality show
He is often referred to by producers of the popular four-day series as Canada’s “Mr. Rogers.”
Christopher LaVoie is a colourful and controversial figure in the world of reality TV.
For years, police and government officials have claimed he is connected with the “Swinging City” sex trade.
His history of dealing with the law goes back to when he was a teenager, when he was sent to prison for 15 months for sexual assault.
In addition to creating his own reality TV show, LaVoie has been responsible for numerous other TV ventures, including a popular local show in his hometown of Niagara Falls, and a television reality show in Vancouver.
LaVoie’s controversial TV history
What was his reality TV show called?
LaVoie took a page from Canadian Idol, and created a nationally-syndicated show called “Journey with Chris” — an eight-episode series.
He also created a series of four-day reality shows, called the “4 Days of Christmas” specials, and began to offer them with a free one-day rental to viewers through his website.
“Journey with Chris” has become popular with viewers, and has been filmed in both Toronto and Toronto, Ont.
He has also produced three other series: “4 Days of Summer” in Toronto, “4 Days of Christmas,” and “We Did It,” a program that aired in 2010, produced for the Discovery Channel.
He is also the founder and president of La Voie Productions, which has produced several other programs, including a reality show featuring a professional wrestler, and other shows that deal with issues on behalf of the Christian community, including a program that aired on Canadian network TLC.
In 2011, LaVoie was charged with making a false statement, after police said he lied about the location of a rental property he was advertising as a getaway for his followers.
In the process of selling the home, police said he listed an address that was actually the office address of the family who live there, and in the process of selling it, he gave the name of the agent as someone else. Investigators alleged