Yves Pelletier

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Yves P. Pelletier (born January 15, 1961 in Laval, Quebec) (also credited as Yves Pelletier) is a Canadian film director, actor and comedian.

He first began to work for the comedy troupe "Rock et Belles Oreilles" (R.B.O.) from their debut in 1981 up to the group's separation in 1995. He is well known for his Monsieur Caron and Stromgol characters in the series, and is known for the use of absurd humour. He has also made appearances in the following Quebec films:

  • Ding et Dong le film (1990)
  • Les Sauf-conduits (1991)
  • Karmina (1996)
  • Karmina 2 (2001)
  • Camping Sauvage (2004)

He appeared from time to time on the television series Un gars, une fille as Guy's friend named Yves. He also appeared in film adaptations of the Rock et Belles Oreilles series.

He made his debut as a film director with his 2004 film Les Aimants and released his second movie, Le Baiser du Barbu on June 2010.

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