Réal Giguère

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Réal Giguère (born 24 May 1933) began his career as a radio announcer from 1956 to 1961. He worked as a talk show host on French Canadian network television:; Dix sur dix, Madame est servie, Parle, parle, jase, jase. He hosted game shows as well, such as Galaxie[1] and the French Canadian version of Jeopardy!. He was also an author for TV series such as Dominique, Métro, boulot, dodo and L'or du temps.[2] He played acting parts in Caïn[3] – a play that he authored – and in La Cage aux Folles.

In 2001, Giguère was inducted into the Canadian Broadcast Hall of Fame.[4]


  1. ^ "Quiz et jeux télévisés québécois qui ont marqué (ou pas tant que ça!) les années 1980-90", journalmetro.com, 9 May 2010, retrieved 2010-10-09
  2. ^ Potts, J. Lyman (October 2001). "Giguère, Réal (1933- )". Canadian Communications Foundation. Retrieved 2011-02-20. 
  3. ^ Montpetit, Caroline (2004) "Livres - Michel Tremblay: Les dessous d'une ville propre", Le Devoir, 20 November 2004, retrieved 2010-10-09
  4. ^ "Ten outstanding Canadians named to Canadian Broadcast Hall of Fame" (PDF). Ottawa. 22 October 2001. Retrieved 2011-02-20. 

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