MONTREAL – comedian Aubert Pallascio, known for his roles in several series the quebec major, died Sunday, July 5, died of cancer at the age of 82 years.
The sister of the actor, Marcelle Pallascio, sent a note to the media Monday morning to announce his departure. Aubert Pallascio has lived its last moments in the hospice St-Raphaël in Montreal.
Born in 1937 and trained at the Conservatoire d’art dramatique de Paris, who has also made a career under the name of Louis Aubert was active in the worlds of theatre, television, film and dubbing. His professional career spread over more than sixty years, has also led on the boards of the Théâtre du Nouveau Monde (TNM), the Théâtre du Rideau Vert, Théâtre Denise-Pelletier, the Trident and the Compagnie Jean Duceppe, to name only these scenes.
Television in quebec, we were able to see, among others, in “Iberville”, “La Petite Patrie”, “Le clan Beaulieu”, “Earth human”, “Chez Denise”, “Le parc des Braves”, “Lance et compte”, “La Maison Deschênes”, “Inheritance”, “Scoop”, “Montreal Open City”, “Omertà”, “The inn of the black dog”, “C. A” and “Unit 9”.
It has also been many television dramas, Radio-Canada, and several productions at the cinema.On the big screen, he has lent his voice to the actor Morgan Freeman.
According to his obituary, Aubert Pallascio is survived by his sisters Maryse (Michel Bigras), Roseline, shirley and Marcelle (Jean-Marie Moncelet), Helen; his nephews Christophe Richelet, David Montpetit, Mathieu and Simon Bigras, as well as their spouses, his nieces Valerie, Pia and her husband, her numerous grand-nephews and grandnieces, cousins, and cousins of the families Massicotte and Pallascio.
The family of Aubert Pallascio will receive the sympathies of relatives and friends and to the public on 18 and 19 July, from 13 h 30 to 16 h 30, at the funeral home Memoria (1115 Laurier street West, Outremont). Wearing a mask will be mandatory. A ceremony with testimonies will be held on July 19, a 15-h.
On Facebook, where Marcelle Pallascio has also published notice of the death of his brother, the sympathy poured in.
The actors Louis-Olivier Mauffette, Nathalie Coupal, Dominique Pétin, Stéfan Perreault, Guillaume Champoux, Sophie Clément and Guy Thauvette, director Martine Beaulne and playwright Michel Marc Bouchard, among many others, are gone for words of comfort and praise in respect of the deceased.
“Sadness. All of my condolences. He was a wonderful man!”, wrote Michel Tremblay.
“Rest in peace Dear Aubert”, praised the actor Patrice Coquereau on Twitter, which is also expressed by the parliamentary chief of the Parti québécois and mna for Matane-Matapédia, Pascal Bérubé.
“A wonderful actor left us,” said the politician.