The Museum will be closed on November 7th 2019.
Born on September 17th, 1966
Humorist and actor from Quebec (Canada)
Stéphane Rousseau started his career as a radio host with CKMF. Thanks to his knack for improvisation and self-mockery, he soon became the star of the FM waveband. Encouraged by such unexpected success, he decided to try out a sketch at the Montréal Just for Laughs festival in 1988. As of 2004, he hosted the French edition of the festival with Franck Dubosc, thus becoming known to the French public. Good looking, a talented dancer, singer and actor, Stéphane Rousseau made his film debut in 2003 in Denys Arcand’s The Barbarian Invasions. In 2007, he was acclaimed Man of the year by the Elle Québec magazine.
In 2008, his participation in the blockbuster Astérix aux Jeux Olympiques (Astérix at the Olympic Games) proved that he had fully integrated the French-speaking world of comedy.
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