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Claude Landré is imitateur1, comedian and presenter born in Quebec Notre-Dame-du-Lac in Témiscouata County on November 3, 1944. He grew up with three brothers and two sœurs2.
Arrived in Montreal in the 1960s, he made his debut in the Montreal cabarets and in songs boxes. Including cabaret Chez Clairette; busy place at the time by the artists of the radio and television. He quickly noticed for his talent very precise imitation and amusing texts.
At the same time he frequents nightclubs, Claude Landré worked as a presenter and comedian on the radio station CKVL, doing variety shows. He himself wrote all the comic texts of its emissions. He adds, through his writings, thoughts, songs, and other artists poems.
In 1973 Landré lost an eye in an accident at his home while he was practicing a tour of magie3,4. Thereafter, it comes with a hidden eye by patching.
In the late 1960s and especially during the 1970s, Claude Landré made short appearances television3, among other Basile Created in emissions, The Night Owl (with Jacques Normand) and the People Me and the other (Denise Filiatrault and Dominique Michel).
Claude Landré also worked behind the microphone radio stations CKAC Montreal and CKCV3.
He also enjoyed success on record, selling close to 300,000 copies of his new microsillons3.1 - Landré the Canadian comedy (GRAND PRIX GPS3308)
Quotes of the artist
"I flatter without scratching! It should be a little caustic, it is causing the public, but you have to be determined. That is, to say out loud what people are thinking. In the past, the show, I often spoke the best imitator and I explained why it was me. I was fendant4 ... "
"Humor is a profession that does not age; it's like poetry, there is no age, it is not an ordinary profession we fact4. »