|Date of Birth||25 June 1950, Alma, Québec, Canada|
Mini Bio (1)
Michel Côté is a French-Canadian actor. He is best known for his performance in the comedy Broue and his role in Omertà. He was born on June 25, 1950 in Alma, Québec, Canada. For his Education, he studied and graduated out of the National Theatre School of Canada in 1973. Michel is best known for his TV shows TV shows: La Petite Vie, Et Dieu créa... Laflaque. He is married to Véronique Le Flaguais since 1972 and they have two sons. Maxime Le Flaguais (Born in 1983 and known for movies Tentacules 8, le retour de la chose, The Sands, Turn Off Before Living) and Charles Côté.
Michel also formed "Broue" with Marc Messier and Marcel Gauthier in 1979. He also convinced Jean-Marc Vallée to film C.R.A.Z.Y. (2005) in Montréal instead of in the USA. Côté won the Genie Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role for C.R.A.Z.Y.
From a modest family, he made known classical studies. For personal enjoyment, he played in amateur plays. With Marc Messier and Marcel Gauthier, it is one of the pillars (bar) of the traveling comedy, Broue. Despite his 33 years of age, this comedy is always a great success and constitutes the bulk of its income. It is presented from October to April. For this reason, all his films are always made from May to September.
Throughout his career, he played various roles in television series, most notably the Omertà trilogy and Omertà La Petite Vie. He played in several films, including Le Dernier Tunnel, C.R.A.Z.Y., De père en flic, Liste noire, etc.. He received a Gémeau Award in 1999 for her performance in Omertà, Genie Award for best actor and the Jutra for best supporting actor. He is married to Véronique Le Flaguais and the father of two sons, Charles and Maxime.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Anonymous
|Véronique Le Flaguais||(1972 - present) (2 children)|