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Renaud began her career as a yé-yé singer, with a hit called Comme un garçon, originally performed by Sylvie Vartan, in France. After acting in the sitcom Moi et l'autre and films such as L'Initiation and Finalement..., Renaud relocated to France, where she built a respectable career as an award-winning script writer.
On 26 June 2004, after a courtship of some years, she married former Premier of Quebec and then Parti Québécois leader Bernard Landry. She figures prominently in the 2003 documentary À Hauteur d'homme about the 2003 Quebec general election, during which Landry defended his post as leader of Quebec.
- Pratley, Gerald (November 2003). A century of Canadian cinema: Gerald Pratley's feature film guide, 1900 to the present. Lynx Images. pp. 77, 107. ISBN 9781894073219. Retrieved 4 June 2012.
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