LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Kiefer Sutherland didn't bring up the DUI he received in Los Angeles just hours before being honored by a Canadian actors union Tuesday.
He got the honor at the Canadian consulate.
Gordon Clapp from "NYPD Blue" was one of the invited guests. He says Sutherland "gave a beautifully elegant speech." Clapp says it was all about homem, adding, "No matter how much time you spend here, you miss home."
Sutherland attended high school in Canada.
Clapp says Sutherland didn't mention the arrest.
As for Sutherland's demeanor, Clapp says, "He was fine, he was good. He was very affable with everyone and happy to see everybody."
Sutherland is due in court October 16th.
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