Guy A. Lepage

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Guy A. Lepage
Guy A. Lepage in 2015
Guy A. Lepage in 2015
Born Guy Antoine Lepage
August 30, 1960
Montreal, Quebec
Nationality Canadian
Occupation Comedian, actor and producer
Notable work In 2014 Maclean's magazine ranked him sixth in the list of the 50 most important people in Canada.

Guy A. Lepage (born Guy Antoine Lepage; August 30, 1960 in Montreal, Quebec) is a Canadian (Québécois) comedian, actor and producer.

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Lepage was one of the five founding members of the Quebec comedy group Rock et Belles Oreilles (which also included Yves Pelletier, Bruno Landry and André Ducharme), and remained with the group from 1981 to 1995.[1]

Lepage became a popular media mogul and TV series director in Quebec in the early 2000s. He created and starred alongside Sylvie Léonard in the popular sitcom Un gars, une fille ("A guy, a girl").[2] He then followed up with the talk show Tout le monde en parle ("Everybody's Talking About It"), which is closely related to the popular show of the same name in France; most members of the show's panel were stand-up comics or talk-show hosts. In 2014, Maclean's magazine ranked him sixth in the list of the 50 most important people in Canada.[3]

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