Bill Coulter joined CP24 Breakfast in December of 2011. After giving commuters the weather news on the popular morning show, he sticks around to tell the weather story for viewers throughout the morning on CP24.
Endorsed by the Canadian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society, Coulter has more than 10 years of local and national broadcast experience, and has served as Meteorologist for Global Toronto, The Weather Network and Toronto1 (now SunTV).
While weather is at the forefront of his broadcast career, Coulter's experience includes lifestyle host of a local history and architecture program, and broadcasting live from the red carpet at the Toronto International Film Festival.
An accomplished script writer, Coulter's first professional children's television script was brought to the small screen when he was just 25 years old. He's also a successful actor with credits including The Kennedy's, Nikita, and Total Recall. Coulter is also a trained opera singer.
Coulter's father was diagnosed with Parkinson's and as a result, Coulter's charity of choice is the Parkinson's Society of Canada. Since 2008, he has acted as grand marshall for their SuperWalk and participates in many other events throughout the year with the organization.
A native of Montreal, Coulter moved to Toronto in 1991 to attend Ryerson University in Radio and Television Arts.