Suzanne Langlois

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Trois-Rivieres, Quebec, Canada
Born in Trois-Rivieres, Quebec, Canada on october 30 1928, Suzanne Langlois was best known for her interpretation of Madame Blancheville in a TV spot of Spic and Span soap in the early sixties (1962). She played in several soaps in French-Canadian broadcasting from the end of fifties to the end of eighties.

Her first major hit was her role of Phonsine, in the French-Canadian soap `le Survenant` where she played the role of the spouse of the lazy son of 'Pere Didace'. Read more...