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 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. He played acting parts in Caïn – a play that he authored – and in La Cage aux Folles.
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