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Daniel Lavoie’s height is 5ft 11in (1.80 m)

Daniel Lavoie (born Gérald Lavoie; March 17, 1949 ; ) is a Canadian singer–songwriter, actor, producer, poet, and radio host, known for his song “Ils s’aiment” and the role of Frollo in musical Notre-Dame de Paris. He releases albums and performs on stage in Canada and France and tours in Eastern and Central Europe.

Daniel Lavoie

First Name: Daniel
Last Name: Lavoie
Other Names: Gerald Lavoie
Born: 17 March, 1949
Birthplace: Manitoba
Height: 5ft 11in (1.80 m)
Build: Slim
Eye Color: Green
Hair Color: Salt and Pepper
Astrological Sign: Pisces
Sexuality: Straight
Religion: Roman Catholic
Ethnicity: White
Nationality: Canadian
Occupation: Singer–songwriter, composer, musician, actor, producer, poet, radio host
Genre: French pop,Chanson,Folk,Rock,Jazz,Country,Musical
Filmography: Antigone 34 (2012), Félix Leclerc (2005, TV Show), Le Petit Prince (2003), The Book of Eve (2002), Notre-Dame de Paris (1999, TV Movie), The Return of Tommy Tricker (1994), Le fabuleux voyage de l’ange (1991), Entre l’effort et l’oubli (1990), Boogie-woogie 47 (1980, TV Show), Rapailler l’homme (2012), Ludovic: The Snow Gift (2002, Short Film), Ludovic – Un vent de magie (2002), Ludovic II: un crocodile dans mon jardin (2001, Short Film), Aujourd’hui ou jamais (1998), Whiskers (1997, TV Movie), Jours de plaine (1991, Short Film), Le fabuleux voyage de l’ange (1991), Entre l’effort et l’oubli (1990), Our Children (2012), Rise Up: Canadian Pop Music in the 1980s (2009, TV Show), Notre-Dame de Paris (1999, TV Movie), Kenny (1988), Victoires de la musique (2014), Rapailler l’homme (2012), Tossed Salad 2011 (2010, TV Movie), Rise Up: Canadian Pop Music in the 1980s (2009, TV Show), This Beat Goes On: Canadian Pop Music in the 1970s (2009, TV Show), Chabada (2009), Les années bonheur (2007, TV Show), Tout le monde en parle (2004, TV Show), Vendredi, c’est Julie (2000), Tapis rouge (1999), Vivement dimanche (1998, TV Show), Taratata (1993, TV Show), Embarquement immédiat (1987), Champs-Elysées (1982, TV Show), Le grand échiquier (1972, TV Show)

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