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Daniel Lavoie (I)


Daniel Lavoie was born on March 17, 1949 in Dunrea, Manitoba, Canada as Gérald Lavoie. He is an actor and composer, known for Notre-Dame de Paris (1999), Le fabuleux voyage de l'ange (1991) and À perdre la raison (2012). He has been married to Louise Dubuc since 1988. They have three children. See full bio »

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Known For

Notre-Dame de Paris
(1999)
À perdre la raison
À perdre la raison Soundtrack
(2012)
Félix Leclerc
Félix Leclerc Félix Leclerc
(2005)

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 2012 Antigone 34 (TV Series)
Paul
- Episode #1.4 (2012) ... Paul
 2005 Félix Leclerc (TV Mini-Series)
Félix Leclerc
- Les esprits du fleuve (2005) ... Félix Leclerc
- Episode #1.3 (2005) ... Félix Leclerc
- Episode #1.2 (2005) ... Félix Leclerc
- Episode #1.1 (2005) ... Félix Leclerc
 2003 Le Petit Prince
L'aviateur
 2002 The Book of Eve
Johnny Brancusi
 1999 Notre-Dame de Paris (TV Movie)
Frollo
 1994 The Return of Tommy Tricker
The Businessman
 1980 Boogie-woogie 47 (TV Series)
Jean Lorion
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He's a singer. He took part in several musicals, like "Notre-Dame de Paris" (character Frollo) and "Le Petit Prince" (character The Aviator). Daniel published two albums for children, "Bébé Dragon 1", and "Baby Dragon 2". In this work, he was helped by his youngest child, Joseph.

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Has three children: Matthieu, Gabrielle and Joseph (born 1988). See more »

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