CELEBRITY CLIENTS: For Toronto operator Roy Stevenson, it took him about 20 minutes to figure out that the woman riding in the backseat with a scarf over hear head was Angelina Jolie. Platinum Limousine was driving her to the Toronto Film Festival. She wanted to chat with her chauffeur, but didn't want anyone outside the car recognizing her. This is unlike most of Platinum's other customers who want everyone seeing them step out of a white limo. More typically, celebrities will be driven in a black sedan or SUV, but the point is: privacy is a top priority. Most chauffeurs/operators won't reveal the identities of celebrity clients unless trying to impress you with good stories during cocktail parties. But they don't want to be quoted on it. -- J.L.
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