Jacques Godin was a film and television actor in Canada. For his performance in the film OK, he won the Canadian Film Award for Best Actor Ok…. Laliberté and was a candidate for Claude for Being at Home. He was born on September 14, 1930, in Quebec, Canada.
He was 90 years old.
Godin made his real professional radio debut after being introduced to the world of theater in parish productions, especially in radio novels for Radio-Canada. With roles in “14, rue de Galais,” “Cap-aux-sorciers,” “Les belles heures des pays d’en haut” and “Radisson,” he also participated in the beginnings of Quebec television.
“Victor Téoli in” Montreal P.Q. “by Victor Lévy-Beaulieu and Jérémie Martin in” Sous le sign du lion “are among his most striking roles, a role that won him two Gemeaux awards in 1998 and 2001.
Le comédien Jacques Godin, une des figures importantes de la scène culturelle québécoise, s’est éteint lundi. Il avait 90 ans.
For his supporting role in the series ‘Toute la verite’ in 2012, and ‘La charge de l’orignal epormyable’, an adaptation of a play by Claude Gauvreau in 1993, he received other Gemeaux awards. The theater also played an important role in his career, and over the years Godin played on stage in over 60 plays, touching on the repertoires of, among others, Arthur Miller and Anton Tchekhov, but also Michel Tremblay, William Shakespeare, Eugene Ionesco, Victor Lévy-Beaulieu and Samuel Beckett.