Andrée Lachapelle, French Canadian actress. Born in Montreal, she trained at age 14 at the Studio XV theatre school under Gerard Vleminckx, later attended teacher's college and taught elementary school for a few years. In 1952 she met actor Robert Gadouas, performed with him, and had three children before his death in 1969. She later appeared in plays by Michel Tremblay, Samuel Beckett and Tennessee Williams and in the films Léolo, Cap Tourmente, Route 132, The Last Escape and Don't Let the Angels Fall.(November 13, 1931 – November 21, 2019) was a
Andrée Lachapelle in 2013
|Died||November 21, 2019(aged 88)|
Notes and referencesEdit
- "La comédienne Andrée Lachapelle s'éteint à 88 ans". Radio-Canada (in French). November 21, 2019. Retrieved November 21, 2019.
- Obituary by Lisa Fitterman in the Toronto Globe and Mail 27 Nov. 2019.)
- Andrée Lachapelle, O.C., C.Q.
- Andrée Lachapelle, Chevalière (1997) Archived March 4, 2016, at the Wayback Machine (in French)
- Andrée Lachapelle on IMDb
- Celebrating Women's Achievements. Andrée Lachapelle (1931- ) Actor., Library and Archives Canada biography
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