Michel Cote cause of death: How did Michel Cote die?

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Quebec actor Michel Cote, who captivated audiences with his roles in the theatre piece “Broue” and films such as “Cruising Bar” and “C.R.A.Z.Y.,” has died at 72, his family said Monday.

Côté played a lead role in the film De père en flic, which took in $10.5 million at the box office in Quebec. In 2010, he appeared as pilot Robert Piché in the film Piché: The Landing of a Man, and in 2011 he starred as Roger Gendron in A Sense of Humour.

Michel Cote’s cause of death: How did Michel Cote die?

Born in Alma, Quebec, Michel Côté real cause of death is yet to be revealed by his family, however, Cote retired from public life just over a year before his death to undergo treatment for a bone marrow disease.

Michel Côté is survived by two children who are called Charles Côté and Maxime Le Flaguais.  and his wife Véronique Le Flaguais, who has acted in many Canadian productions.

Mr. Michel did not originally aspire to become an actor but took up the profession after starting to take amateur theatre roles as part of his university studies, and later enrolled at the National Theatre School of Canada.

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