Gaston Lepage

Throughout his long career in his native Canada, Gaston Lepage consistently delivered commendable performances on both the big and small screens. Born on Feb. 24, 1949 in Qubec, Canada, Lepage began acting on various ... Read more »
Born: 02/24/1949

Filmography

Actor (17)

The Rooster of St-Victor 2014 (Movie)

Dr. Milot (voice) (rumored) (Actor)

Coteau Rouge 2010 (Movie)

(Actor)

Je me souviens 2009 (Movie)

Amedee Marechal (Actor)

Le Bonheur de Pierre 2009 (Movie)

Ti-Guy (Actor)

Nitro 2007 (Movie)

Chirurgien (Actor)

Twilight 2007 (Movie)

(Actor)

Station Nord 2002 (Movie)

(Actor)

Hasards ou coincidences 1998 (Movie)

(Actor)

La Comtesse de Baton Rouge 1997 (Movie)

Edouard Dore (Actor)

Joyeux Calvaire 1995 (Movie)

Marcel (Actor)

Louis XIX - King of the Airwaves 1994 (Movie)

(Actor)

Being at Home With Claude 1993 (Movie)

Stenographer (Actor)

Gaspard et fils 1987 (Movie)

Claude Chuinard (Actor)

Kalamazoo 1987 (Movie)

Jacques De La Durantay (Actor)

Equinoxe 1985 (Movie)

(Actor)

Au Clair de la Lune 1978 (Movie)

T-Kid Radio (Actor)

Cordelia 1978 (Movie)

Samuel Parslow (Actor)

Biography

Throughout his long career in his native Canada, Gaston Lepage consistently delivered commendable performances on both the big and small screens. Born on Feb. 24, 1949 in Québec, Canada, Lepage began acting on various comedy serials like "Les as" (Radio-Canada, 1977-78), "Les brilliant" (Télémétropole, 1980), and the New Year's countdown and sketch comedy special "Bye-Bye" (Radio-Canada, 1968-2011). In 1980, Lepage co-starred in the critically acclaimed drama "Cordelia," followed by a string of TV and film roles, including a lead part in "Gaspard et fil$" (1988), as a 40-year-old librarian who reevaluates his relationship with his ailing, grumpy father after he learns the latter won the lottery. By this time, Lepage had established himself a versatile actor who excelled in both comedic and serious roles in films like "Jesus of Montreal" (1989), "King of the Airways" (1994), and "Joyeux Calvaire" (1996). Aside from acting, he was also an experienced helicopter pilot and founder of "Productions Inc. Tuxedo," which produced many popular soap operas and weekly programs in Canada. He continued to take on an impressive list of projects, including a featured role in Denys Arcand's Academy Award-winning film "The Barbarian Invasions" (2003), the long-awaited sequel to "The Decline of the American Empire" (1986), and recurring parts on the comedies "Caméra café" (TVA Films, 2002) and "Les Bougon: C'est aussi ça la vie" (CBC, 2004-06). In 2010, Lepage appeared on the historical drama "Musée Eden" (Radio-Canada) and in the feature comedy "Cabotins."

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