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Lally Cadeau is a Actor Canadienne born on 10 january 1948 at Burlington (Canada)

Lally Cadeau

Lally Cadeau
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Nationality Canada
Birth 10 january 1948 (72 years) at Burlington (Canada)
Awards Dora Mavor Moore Award

Lally Cadeau was born on January 10, 1948, in Burlington, Ontario and has been a professional actor since 1974. An accomplished stage, television, film and radio actor, she has been a mainstay with the Stratford Festival since 1997. Miss Cadeau was in two television series; the CBC's Hangin' In, and Sullivan Entertainment's The Road to Avonlea.
Since 1980, she has been the recipient of many nominations and awards, including a Bijou, a Genie, 2 Geminis, and 2 Dora Mavor Moore awards. These were for her work in Harvest; You've Come a Long Way, Katie; The Road to Avonlea, and the stage plays; Saturday, Sunday, Monday, and Rose.

Since 1977 she has been with Robin Weatherstone, with whom she's raised a daughter and 2 sons.

Her work for the Stratford Festival has included the roles of Filumena, Juno Boyle, Jean Brodie, Mrs van Damm, The Duchess of York, The Nurse, and Lottie Childs.

Usually with

Rick Baker
Rick Baker
(1 films)
Julie Khaner
Julie Khaner
(2 films)
Jordan Barker
Jordan Barker
(1 films)
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Filmography of Lally Cadeau (4 films)

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Actress

Booky Makes Her Mark, 1h29
Genres Drama
Actors Tatiana Maslany, Megan Follows, Erik Knudsen, Lauren Collins, Sarah Allen, Roberta Maxwell
Roles Lucy Maud Montgomery
Rating64% 3.238323.238323.238323.238323.23832
Beatrice “Booky” Thomson, is a spunky 15-year-old who dreams of becoming a great writer despite the odds. Life in Toronto during the 1930s are hard ones for Booky’s family. Parents Thomas and Francy are barely able to eke out a living for themselves and their children Willa, Arthur and Booky. But irrepressible Booky, with her big imagination and even bigger plans, seems able to tackle anything.
Why I Wore Lipstick to My Mastectomy, 1h30
Directed by Peter Werner
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Comedy
Actors Sarah Chalke, Jay Harrington, Patti LaBelle, Lally Cadeau, Harvey Atkin, Robin Brûlé
Roles Geralyn's Mom
Rating73% 3.6889853.6889853.6889853.6889853.688985
Shortly after graduating from Columbia University's Graduate School of Journalism, Geralyn Lucas lands her dream job working for 20/20. Lucas is then diagnosed with breast cancer at the age of 27 and has a dilemma - whether to have a lumpectomy or the potentially safer mastectomy. After consulting several doctors (including her husband) and researching the operations she decides to undergo a mastectomy. Her subsequent chemotherapy treatment leads to tensions within her marriage but the couple stays together. She also has breast reconstruction. The final shot is of Geralyn cradling her child, something she feared she would be unable to do. Geralyn meets several "angels" in the story, people who have been in similar positions to her and are able to dispense good advice.
Videodrome
Videodrome (1983)
, 1h27
Directed by David Cronenberg
Origin Canada
Genres Science fiction, Thriller, Fantastic, Horror
Themes Films about films, Films about computing, Medical-themed films, Psychologie, Films about sexuality, Snuff films in fiction, Films about suicide, Films about television, BDSM in films, Films about pornography, Films about psychiatry, Political films, Cyberpunk films, Dystopian films
Actors James Woods, Debbie Harry, Leslie Carlson, David Cronenberg, Julie Khaner, Lally Cadeau
Roles Rena King
Rating72% 3.6498653.6498653.6498653.6498653.649865
Max Renn (Woods) is the president of CIVIC-TV, a UHF television station in Toronto that specializes in sensationalistic programming. Displeased with his station's current lineup, Max is looking for something that will break through to a new audience. One morning, he is summoned to the clandestine office of Harlan (Peter Dvorsky), who operates CIVIC-TV's pirate satellite dish which can intercept international broadcasts. Harlan shows him Videodrome, a plotless show apparently being broadcast out of Malaysia which depicts the brutal torture and murder of anonymous victims in a reddish-orange chamber. Believing this to be the future of television (seemingly staged snuff TV), Max orders Harlan to begin pirating the program.