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FRAZER (Frazer Mac) is a Canadian singer, songwriter, and actor. Born August 3,1988, Frazer was raised in Toronto and graduated in 2010 from the University of Western Ontario from the "Popular Music Studies” program.
Frazer studied voice under the renowned Elaine Overholt (Voice Coach to the Stars) and Sarah Morrison (Pop Stars/Canadian Idol). Frazer wrote and performed his first song at 8 years of age and, at 16, he placed in the top 100 on Canadian Idol. Frazer played a lead in a Gemini nominated television series and has starred in movies, both acting and singing (as "Fraser McGregor") alongside the likes of Burt Reynolds, Patrick Dempsey, Jason Priestly and Elizabeth Perkins to name a few.
In 2009, Frazer wrote and performed the branding song for Ovarian Cancer Canada, “Let’s Walk For The Cure,” which was used to promote the walk via Canadian-national radio ads. The song was also performed and sold nationwide at each walk to raise funds and awareness for the disease.
Frazer recently finished recording "SMOKESHOW," his first pop solo album, in August 2011, which is now available on iTunes! Follow FRAZER on twitter @FRAZER and "LIKE" his Facebook Artist Page for info and updates!!!