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Morton Shulman

Born: 25-Apr-1925
Birthplace: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Died: 18-Aug-2000
Location of death: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Cause of death: unspecified

Gender: Male
Religion: Jewish
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Politician

Nationality: Canada
Executive summary: Ontario MPP, iconoclast

Toronto coroner during the 1960s, he was the model used for the role of "Wojeck", played by John Vernon, a Canadian coroner drama that paved the way for Quincy. Diagnosed with Parkinson's disease, Shulman purchased the rights to Deprenyl, an anti-Parkinson's medication. This particular medication had a number of popular "off the book" uses as well. Deprenyl Animal Health, Inc. touted the use of the drug as life extender for pets. Others noticed that the drug increased horniness.

Wife: Gloria Bossin (one daughter, one son)
Daughter: Dianne Saxe
Son: Geoff Shulman

    Medical School: MD, University of Toronto (1948)

    Legislative Assembly of Ontario Riding/High Park (1967-75)
    New Democratic Party of Canada
    Progressive Conservative Party of Canada
    Order of Canada 1993
    Risk Factors: Parkinson's

Author of books:
Anyone Can Make a Million (1966)
The Billion Dollar Windfall (1970)
Anyone Can Still Make a Million (1973)
Coroner (1975)
Anyone Can Make Big Money Buying Art (1977)
How to Invest Your Money & Profit from Inflation (1979)
Member of the Legislature (1979)

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