Doris Lussier

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Doris Lussier (July 15, 1918, Fontainebleau, Estrie, Quebec – October 28, 1993) was a French Canadian comedian and actor, and political activist. He was for many years the personal secretary of Georges-Henri Lévesque, but became famous as a comedian with the character of Père Gédéon, which was later included in the television series Les Plouffes.[1]

Lussier was a close friend of René Lévesque and was involved in the Quebec sovereignty movement.[citation needed] He died in 1993, aged 75.[2]

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  1. ^ "Canada-Québec investment of $242,998 in redevelopment of the Musée de l'aviation in Beauce region". Canada Economic Development for Quebec Regions. October 31, 2009. Retrieved November 15, 2009. 
  2. ^ Gingras, Pierre (2009-10-28). "Chroniques". Le Journal de Québec (in French). Canoe.ca. Retrieved 2009-11-15. 

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