20 April 1921 |
|Awards||Order of Canada, National Order of Quebec|
Born in Paris, the daughter of Léopold Sutto and Renée Mamert, she immigrated to Canada in the 1930s with her family settling in Montreal. "An icon of Quebec television, she has appeared in some 70 series and dramas, notably Les Belles Histoires des pays d'en haut, Joie de vivre, Septième nord, Symphorien, and Poivre et sel. Selected film roles include Astataïon ou Le Festin des morts (1965), Kamouraska (1973), Congorama (2005), La Capture (2006), and Route 132 (2010)."
In 1986 she was made an Officer of the Order of Canada and was promoted to Companion in 1991. In 1998, she was made a Knight of the National Order of Quebec. In May 2014, Sutto received a Governor General's Performing Arts Award for Lifetime Artistic Achievement for her contribution to Canadian theatre.
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