Hugo St-Cyr, Canadian actor, Died at 36

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Hugo Saint-Cyr was born on November 23, 1978, in Longueuil and died on September 24, 2015.

He was a Canadian actor and presenter.

Hugo became known for his role as Michel Couillard in the popular youth series Watatatow, which aired for 14 years on Radio-Canada Television from 1991 to 2005.

The role he played earned him five MetroStar prizes and Gemini Awards.

He was affiliated with Vincent Bolduc (Alexis) in 1993, Hugo played the prominent role of Clément Fortin, a teenager who commits suicide, in the dramatic series written by Guy Fournier, Ent’Cadieux, broadcast on VAT.

Hugo played the role of Paul Rose, in the miniseries October 1970, tracing the historical way in eight episodes of the tragic events that occurred in October 1970 in Quebec, broadcast on CBC Television and Télé-Québec.

During 2007, Hugo hosted the show Xtreme Podium on Ztélé, dealing emission technology in extreme sports.

His winter special was, The Car Guide on the channel Vox in Montreal.

He left behind two daughters.

Hugo St-Cyr passed away at 36 years old on September 24, 2015, due to cancer of the bone.


 

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