The announcement of the death of singer and actor Paulo Noel has shaken many generations of Cubs, both politically and culturally.
Despite the festivities surrounding Easter, various political figures took the time to pay tribute to the singer on many levels in the cultural world.
“I have fond memories of this charming singer, Toast at Cafe, Youth Music Hall and his tough role in Omerta,” said Franபெois Legold, Quebec’s Premier, who expressed his condolences to Paulo Noel’s family. Twitter post.
For his part, PQ member Pascal Bérubé recalled a beautiful memory with the singer when he was awarded the National Assembly Medal in 2010. Especially the actor in Omerta. My condolences to his wife Diane, ”he wrote in a tweet.
The leader of Bloc Québécois, Yves-François Blanchet, wanted to pay tribute to Paolo Noel on social media. “Time tears us from our adolescence, the obvious smile of a Paulo Noel, the look of our mothers with a little cross-eyed look, the sailor’s hat and striped jersey, the alluring trembling, the happy humor .. Hi!” He wrote.
At the cultural level, comedian Martin Perisolo responded first, emphasizing the actor’s outstanding role in the Omerta series. “The screen, cinema / television combination is the best incarnation of a mafia: Palo Noel,” he said in a tweet on Twitter.
“Pop culture practitioner. Award-winning tv junkie. Creator. Devoted food geek. Twitter lover. Beer enthusiast.”