Raymond Bouchard

Raymond Bouchard (born March 7, 1945 in Lauzon, Quebec) is a Canadian film, television and stage actor. He is most noted for his performances in the film Seducing Doctor Lewis (La Grande séduction), for which he received Genie Award[1] and Prix Jutra[2] nominations for Best Actor in 2004, and the television series L'Or et le Papier, for which he won the Prix Gémeaux for Best Actor in a Drama Series in 1990.[3]

His other performances have included the television series Scoop, Virginie, Chartrand et Simonne and Trudeau (in which he played Jean Marchand), and the films Cordélia, Ding et Dong, La Florida, Nitro, Le Banquet and Funkytown.


  1. "La Grande Seduction, Barbarian, lead Genies". Hamilton Spectator, March 17, 2004.
  2. "Jutra nominations recognize art and commerce". National Post, January 23, 2004.
  3. "Gemeaux Awards were a family affair; Coalliers hosts with the most". Montreal Gazette, December 17, 1990.

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