Louis-José Houde

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Montreal, 2015-06-23

Louis-José Houde (born October 19, 1977 in Saint-Apollinaire, Québec) is a French-Canadian comedian, who mostly does stand-up comedy and also has his own TV show. Recently Houde has broken into acting in feature films, such as Bon Cop, Bad Cop (2006), De père en flic (Fathers and Guns, 2009) and Le Sense de l'humour. He is a graduate of Québec's École nationale de l'humour.

Houde has hosted two TV shows on Radio-Canada: Louis-José Houde, à suivre... (2005) and Ici Louis-José Houde (2006). In 2003, he won a Félix Award for comic show of the year.

Houde championed Un petit pas pour l'homme by Stéphane Dompierre in Le combat des livres 2006.

Houde is particularly known for his extremely quick speech.

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