The 1970s. Young Gilbert joined the protesting theater troupe Le Grand Cirque Ordinaire. We also saw it in the cinema. He notably played the brother of Dominique Michel and Denise Filiatrault in I'm far from you cute, by Claude Fournier, released in 1976.
In 1981, 41 years ago, Gilbert Sicotte, aged 33, was already shooting a lot, notably in the films Cordélia by Jean Beaudin, Les Bons Débarras by Francis Mankiewicz and Fantastica by Gilles Carles. He also played the role of Fleurimont Lafrance in Le temps d’une paixalongside the widow Rose-Anna (Nicole Leblanc) on Radio-Canada.
This dear Jean-Paul Belleau, in Lise Payette's soap opera Des dames de coeur. Don Juan and unrepentant liar, he dated Julie (Dorothée Berryman/photo) while he was married to Lucie (Louise Rémy). A very big success of the 1980s on Radio-Canada. Gilbert Sicotte, adored by the public despite everything, was rewarded several times for this role.
In the summer of 1992, during the filming of the psychological drama Cap Tourmente, by Michel Langlois, a story of passion and hatred, the 44-year-old actor played alongside Roy Dupuis. Also in the cast were Andrée Lachapelle and Élise Guilbeault, and they had all won a Canadian Engineering Award the following year.
He Ten years ago, Gilbert Sicotte received the Jutra for best actor for his immense role in the film The Sellerby Sebastien Pilote. He will receive several awards in his career, notably for J.A. Bombardier, Antoine Beauchemin in Bouscotte and more recently for his touching role of Charlie in It was raining birds.
Gilbert Sicotte can be seen at the cinema in Mariloup Wolfe's new film, Arlette. He plays the Premier of Quebec who has just appointed Arlette Saint-Amour (Maripier Morin), a fashion director, Minister of Culture, in order to rejuvenate the image of the government. A war of image and power, with David La Haye, Paul Ahmarani and Benoît Brière. The film will be presented at the Angoulême film festival in August.
Gilbert Sicotte is from the third season of the thriller policeman The flaw. He plays the role of Léopold Jolicoeur, at the heart of an intrigue between three great families, alongside Isabel Richer, Detective Sergeant Céline Trudeau and Alexandre Landry. The action takes place this time in Estrie, in the village where Céline's best friend was murdered 30 years earlier. On Club illico this fall.
The actor is the narrator of the short film La Théorie Lauzon, recently presented at Cannes, an essay on the identity of filmmaker Jean-Claude Lauzon, who died tragically in the crash of his plane.
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