Actor Andre Richard, best known for his role as Fanfan Dédé in T 1970lé-Métropole in the 1970s, died on April 21 at the age of 84.
The agent who confirmed the sad news to the QMI agency was Mériem Chaieb. She could not specify the cause of death.
Broadcast on Télé-Métropole (now TVA) from 1975 to 1982, “Fanfan Dédé” aimed not only at Quebec television but also at the hearts of thousands of children throughout the province.
“Patof with my childhood” Fanfan Dédé “and” Monsieur Tranquille “… Andre Richard is my TV dad, I’m not home. Thank you for taking care of me. ..That’s what I want you to be a fan of, “radio presenter Danny Berger wrote on Facebook.
“I had a lot of fun with Fanfon Dato when the Foundation des Artists reunited. […] My condolences to parents and friends, ”said singer Chandel Lambert.
Before the first show of his career, Andre Richard played in many children’s shows, such as “Funfreluch” and “Piccolo”.
After “Fanfan Dédé”, Andre Richard left the world of television and moved to the theater, traveling above all else.
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