Monologue, comedian and social activist Yvon Deschamps said goodbye to 44,000 fans on his Facebook page on Friday afternoon.
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But Mr. His message obscured a certain ambiguity as Deschamps pointed to a firm retirement announcement from public life.
“It’s time to say goodbye to you,” says the 86-year-old top artist. When the good ones rest, they rest on their land, water their flowers, and write down their memories. Me, I’m going to retire to Judy’s (Richards, his wife) lands, I’m going to water her flowers, but I’m not going to write a memoir because I have nothing. ⁇
Mr. Annie, one of Deschamps’ daughters, said her father was “doing very well” but that he had “asked for the permanent closure of this official account” and that his demands should be respected.
Mr. Deschamps has declined significantly in recent years. In the summer of 2007, he returned to the stage and participated in the Just for Laughs class as part of the 25.And Anniversary of the event.
Recently, he had to attend a show When we fall in love, we will always be 20 years old With Jean-Pierre Ferland, Louise Latraverse and Clemence DesRochers at Place des Arts on September 21, 2021. But Mr. The show has seemed a bit unfocused in recent episodes, however; In December, he took part in the show Christmas at Deschamps With his wife, his three daughters Annie, Kareen and Sarah-Emily. In the process, they appeared on a few TV shows.
On October 23, 2020, Yvon Deschamps celebrated his 85th birthday in publicAnd Birthday (he was born July 31, 1935) by hosting a charity event for the benefit of the Yvon Deschamps Center-Sud Foundation in the Yup Application.
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