Luck Mervil

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Luck Mervil
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Luck Mervil on 26 August 2007
Born (1967-10-20) 20 October 1967 (age 50)
Port-au-Prince, Haiti
Occupation Actor, Singer–songwriter
Years active 1997–present

Lucknerson Mervil[1] (born 20 October 1967 in Port-au-Prince, Haiti) is a Haitian-Canadian actor and singer-songwriter. He is known for his belief in Quebec independence,[2] and was named Patriot of the Year 2004 (in 2005) by the Saint-Jean-Baptiste Society.[3]

Mervil was a spokesperson for the Canadian Centre for International Studies and Cooperation. Prior to creating his own NGO Vilaj vilaj.[4]

He is awaiting trial in a case concerning sexual relations which would have taken place in 1996 with a girl who was a minor at the time, while Mervil was 29 years old.[1] Preliminary hearings are planned for 2017.[5]




  • 2001: Betty Fisher et autres histoires as François Diembele
  • 2004: Le Goût des jeunes filles (composer and actor)
  • 2004: C'est pas moi, c'est l'autre as Dieudonné
  • 2006: A Sunday in Kigali as Raphaël


  • 1997: Sauve qui peut! (series) as Christopher Étienne
  • 1999: Notre-Dame de Paris (special) as Clopin
  • Piment Fort (game show guest)
  • 2002: The Mess Age (English performance, recorded in Montreal)[6]
  • 2003: MixMania (VRAK.TV), show host


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