Pierre Lebeau Movies and Career Information

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Cancer
Jul 22, 1954
Montreal
Actor

Pierre Lebeau (born July 22, 1954 in Montreal, Quebec) is a Quebec actor. He is best known for major roles in Quebec big-box movies such as Séraphin: un homme et son péché and the four-part Les Boys series. His acting career started on the theatrical scene in 1975, after graduating from the National Theatre School He played in various plays until the 1990s and one television series in 1978. However it was in 1997 that his career became more prominent with his first major role in Les Boys, playing the role of Meo, who is a friend of Stan (played by Rémy Girard) and businessman in which threaten to take Stan's bar if his garage league hockey team did not defeat this own squad made consisting of several tough players, albeit the Boys had defeated Meo's team. From the second movie, Meo plays in Stan's team after substituting a player. Lebeau played in all four chapters of Les Boys and will also play in the 2007 television mini-series along with most of the same actors that participated for part or all of the tetralogy including Marc Messier, Serge Thériault, Patrick Huard, Girard, Yvan Ponton and Patrick Labbé. Lebeau's second major role was the main protagonist in Séraphin: un homme

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