|Born||La Sarre, Québec|
|Known for||Cirque du Soleil|
Gilles Ste-Croix is a Canadian entrepreneur and the vice president and co-creator of Cirque du Soleil. He started Cirque du Soleil with co-founder, Guy Laliberté. His son, Olivier Rochette, was a technician with Cirque du Soleil who was killed by a blow to the head from an aerial lift in an on-set accident in November 2016.
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- Reed Johnson (2009-12-19). "Cirque du Soleil putting together its Hollywood show". The Los Angeles Times.
- Don Shirley (2004-10-15). "Cirque du Soleil to base show on Beatles music". The New York Times.
- Terence Loose (2009-12-17). "Interview with Gilles Ste-Croix". Coast.
- Bob Verini (2011-09-26). "Iris". Variety.
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