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Laurier L. LaPierre (1929–2012)

Laurier L. LaPierre was born on November 21, 1929 in Lac Megantic, Quebec, Canada. He was an actor, known for Le sort de l'Amérique (1997), Valse à trois (1974) and Jewel on the Hill (2000). He was married to Paula Armstrong. He died on December 16, 2012 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. See full bio »

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Known For

Le sort de l'Amérique
Le sort de l'Amérique Himself (author)
Valse à trois
Jewel on the Hill
Jewel on the Hill Narrator - French
Les Anglais sont arrivés
Les Anglais sont arrivés Animateur (1976)


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 2000 Jewel on the Hill (TV Movie)
Narrator - French
 1992 Heritage Minutes (TV Series)
Additional Cast
- Baldwin & LaFontaine (1992) ... Additional Cast (as Laurier Lapierre)
 1976 Les Anglais sont arrivés (TV Series)
Animateur (1976)
 1974 Valse à trois
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 1997 Le sort de l'Amérique (Documentary)
Himself (author)
 1985 Island in the Stream (TV Movie documentary)
 1965 This Hour Has Seven Days (TV Series)
Himself - Co-Host
- Episode dated 7 February 1965 (1965) ... Himself - Co-Host

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Laurier Lapierre

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He was co-host of the influential TV program This Hour Has Seven Days (1964). During an interview with the mother of a 14-year-old facing the death penalty for murder, he wiped tears from his eyes while noting a bill to abolish the death penalty was before Parliament. The CBC's president criticized this show of emotion as unprofessional, he was fired, and the show was soon cancelled. See more »

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