Louise Dechatelets is a well-known actress, television presenter and columnist from Quebec. Louise Dechatelets is popular as the former President of the Union des Artistes, serving there from 1980 to 1983.
Early Life and Childhood
Louise Decatelets was born on October 28, 1945 in Canada. This makes her Canadian by nationality and is 76 years old. She also follows the Christian religion and her birth sign is Virgo. Speaking of her family members, she was born to her father Maurice and mother Juliette.
She also had a brother named Michel. She spent her childhood in a subtle environment on Rue Chabot in the Rosemont neighborhood of Montreal. Her father died when she was eight years old. Therefore, she spent her childhood with her mother and brother.
She completed her school education at a private school in Canada, after which she joined Marie-Anne College and completed her high school diploma there.
working life and career
Louise began her acting career in college. She participated in various programs at the college. She also made her debut at the Montreal Metropolitan Colleges Drama Festival at the Gesù in April 1963. Here she played the role of Lia in the popular play Sodom and Gomorrah written by French writer Jean Giraudoux.
Similarly, in April 1964, she reprized the role of Nina in the play The Seagull, written by the popular Anthon Chekov. She performed this act at the same festival. She also won the Best Female Performer award for this role.
In 1965 she played the role of Bernada in Federico Garcia Lorca’s play “La Maison de Bernada Alba” at the Montreal Metropolitan Colleges Drama Festival. She also appeared in the 1968 play “Bilan” by Marcel Dube along with Janine Sutto and Jean Duceppe.
In addition to her theater career, she made her television debut in 1966 in the program “Rue des Pignons”. She also appeared in 1970 in the youth show La Souris Verte and the show Symphorien.
She succeeded Béatrice Picard as vice-president of the Union des Artistes in May 1975. This made her the youngest artist to be elected President of the Union des Artistes in January 1980. She held this position until April 1983, when she was appointed to the board of the Institut Québécois du cinéma together with Hélène Loiselle in the same year.
She appeared on television in 1982 in the series Peau de Banana. In it she played Simone Saint-Laurent, vice president of an advertising company. The show aired from September 1982 to April 1987. In 1983 she landed her first film role in Bonheur by filmmaker Claude Fournier. In 1986 and 1987 she was named best radio presenter at the Gala MétroStar.
Similarly, in 1989 she was cast in the lead role in the soap series Chambres en Ville. Louise Leblanc, an authoritarian lady who owns a boarding house for teens and young adults in the heart of Montreal 10, is the character she portrays. She also played Diane Cadieux, a single mother who lives with her son Alexis, on the series Ent’Cadieux from 1993 to 1999. Since 2000, she has been writing “Le Courier du Journal” in Le Journal de Montréal, occasionally the show La soiree est (encore) jeune.
Louise has made a pretty satisfying amount of money from her acting career. As a private individual, however, she has not revealed her actual net worth and annual income.
Regarding her personal life, she first dated a Quebec filmmaker, Guy Fournier. The couple began dating in 1981 and had a highly publicized relationship. They worked together on many shows and broke up in 1994. The same year she married Jean Michel de Cazanove.
They met in Guadeloupe 25 years ago of their marriage. However, they divorced in the late 1990s. After that, she started dating the author Marc Parson in 2008 and are still together.
Body Measurements and Social Media
Louise is improving her physique and still looks fit and attractive at this age. However, your physical information such as height, weight, chest-waist-hips, etc. are not available. On the other hand, she has light brown hair and a pair of gray eyes. If you think about her social media handles, Louise doesn’t have her personal accounts on any of them.