As Co-Host of Breakfast Television, Toronto’s number-one morning show, Dina is known for her superb dance moves, impromptu celebrity impressions, and infectious laugh.
Born in Toronto and raised in Woodbridge, Dina is a self-confessed pop-culture junkie. Her hard-working and professional attitude have led her to stints as host of the MuchMusic VJ Search – The Series, for which she earned a Gemini nomination, guest judge on Canada’s Next Top Model and host of the prestigious Women In Film and Television’s Crystal Awards Gala.
Dina began her career as associate producer of Global Television’s The Bynon Show and entertainment reporter, writer, and producer of Toronto 1’s Morning Show, Toronto Today. She then moved to entertainment, hosting The A-List (2004) and Star!’s Star! Daily (2005 – 2007), before joining Citytv’s Breakfast Television in 2006.
The always opinionated Sid Seixeiro joined Breakfast Television in 2021 from Sportsnet, where he made his debut in 2011 as one half of the popular afternoon radio show Tim & Sid on Sportsnet 590 The FAN. After more than three years of “edutaining” listeners on the radio airwaves, Seixeiro and fellow co-host Tim Micallef made the move from radio to television in summer 2015.
Prior to his work on Sportsnet, Seixeiro jump-started his broadcasting career at The Score in 1998 after graduating from Humber College’s radio program. During his 13 years at The Score, Seixeiro worked in a variety of roles including voicing highlights, hosting the nightly highlight show Score Tonight and working on The Score’s soccer broadcasts, The Footy Show and World Cup Tonight. Seixeiro also worked as a field reporter covering Toronto’s four major sports teams – the Blue Jays, the Maple Leafs, the Raptors and the Argonauts during his time at the Score.
Seixeiro currently resides in Toronto with his wife.
Frank began his television career working for A-Channel Toronto/Barrie (formerly The New VR) in 1995 giving gardening tips to viewers. From there, he went on to produce and host Diggin’ It on CH before moving back to A-Channel as host of GrowTV.
He later became their weekend weather specialist as well as a general assignment reporter before taking a leave from the station in 2002 to oversee his family gardening business. Frank continued to do gardening segments for Breakfast Television during his leave before coming back full time in 2005.
As Breakfast Television’s News Anchor, Melanie delivers the information Torontonians need to know every morning. Since joining CityNews in 2010, Melanie has covered some of the biggest events to hit Toronto and the GTA. From moderating political debates to anchoring Toronto International Film Festival red carpet coverage, Melanie’s biggest strength is her versatility.
Melanie was the face of the CityNews weekend newscasts before helping re-launch CityNews “The 5” in 2013 as a co-anchor. She was also seen regularly on Breakfast Television live on-location on the morning’s top stories, occasional news anchor and co-hosting segments with Breakfast Television hosts. Melanie returned full-time to her morning show family in 2015.
Before joining Citytv, Melanie worked for CHCH News, and local Ontario radio stations in such roles as reporter, videographer, and weekend news anchor. Before pursuing a career in broadcast journalism, she worked in public relations.
Tammie is a reporter for CityNews and Breakfast Television Toronto. She joined the Citytv team in 2008 as a writer, and later as an associate producer. In 2011, Tammie moved to the other side of the camera as a reporter.
Sutherland was born in Toronto, raised in Malton, ON and Brampton, ON and has roots in the sunny island of Jamaica. She studied journalism at Seneca College and earned a sociology degree at York University. Her career in journalism started in radio, working for Durham Radio Inc. in Oshawa before anchoring and reporting for AM640 Toronto.
Stephanie Henry is the Traffic reporter for Toronto’s liveliest morning show, Breakfast Television. Stephanie was drawn to media at an early age and taught herself how to use various programs including Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator and Flash. In high school, she fell in love with broadcasting after taking an introductory course at her high school.
Born in Toronto and raised in Brampton, Stephanie admits to being a reality TV junkie. She officially began her broadcast career at York University and Seneca College, where she completed a joint program, receiving a B.A in Sociology and a diploma for Broadcast Journalism. During her time in school, Stephanie received the Susan Anton Clark Award for excelling in writing and bringing empathy to important issues.
Prior to joining the BT team, Stephanie worked at 680 NEWS as a Traffic reporter, but often covered entertainment and award shows. On the weekends, Stephanie still gets on the radio at 680 NEWS to report on community events.
Sports and Entertainment Specialist
A broadcasting veteran, Devo Brown got his start on the radio circuit, where he worked for more than a decade, mostly on KiSS 92.5 in Toronto. No stranger to television, Devo previously presented entertainment news on the weekend for CityNews. Now, Devo is waking up Toronto on Breakfast Television. But, you can also catch him as host of Entertainment City and on Your World This Week. Whether it’s interviewing today’s top A-listers, or co-hosting the one-hour City LIVE at the GRAMMY’s red carpet special, Devo can be seen daily delivering the latest in entertainment, sports and lifestyle to viewers across the country.