Louise Deschatelets Age, Spouse And Wikipedia: Everything On The Canadian Actress

Louise Deschatelets Age, Spouse And Wikipedia: Everything On The Canadian Actress

Louise Deschatelets, a Canadian TV host and a courier is still going strong at her old age of 75. Read the full article to know how!!

Louise Deschatelets is a Canadian TV actress and host who has been in the Canadian television scene since 1964.

Louise is one of the most respected and adored celebrity personality in Canada mainly for her commitment at such an old age too. Louise has worked in twelve TV series and shows in her fifty-year long career.

Name Louise Deschatelets
Birthday October 28, 1945
Age 75
Gender Female
Nationality Canadian
Profession Actress
Parents Maurice Deschatelets and Juliette Deschatelets
Siblings Michel Deschatelets
Married/Single Married
Husband Marc Parson
Children 3
Divorce Guy Fornier
Education Collège Marie-Anne

How Old Is Louise Deschatelets?

Louise Deschatelets’ age is 75 years as of 2021. 

Louise was born on 28th October 1945. She also has a sibling brother Michel Deschatelets.

The siblings were born to their father Maurice Deschatelets and mother Juliette Deschatelets. Tragically, her father died when she was only eight years of age.

Louise Deschatelets Conjoint And First Husband?

Louise Deschatelets present spouse is Marc Parson. Marc is an author.

Louise and her conjoint were in a twelve years relationship before getting married to each other. The couple has been married for eleven years now. They got married when Louise was thirty-eight years old.

However, Parson was not Louise’s first husband. Louise’s first husband was also an author, Guy Fournier. The couple was widely renowned in Canada had even gone to multiple TV shows together.

Louise Deschatelets Net Worth & Wiki

Louise Deschatelets’s exact net worth has not been revealed to the public. You can read about Louise in detail on her Wikipedia page.

But we can assure she leads quite a luxurious life with fifty years of career in media.

Louise graduated from Collège Marie-Anne in 1964. While in college, she got her first part as Lia in the play Sodome et Gomorrhe. She soon got her first role in a TV series La Souris Verte in 1964. She is notable for her work in ‘Chambres en Ville’, ‘Bonheur d’occasion’, ‘Symphorien’, ‘Bye-Bye’ etc.

You can look at her full credit list on her IMDb page

She has also worked as a host in various TV shows. Louise was one of the daily hosts in the TQS. She currently works as a courier in Journal de Montréal where she tells the story and problems of various strangers and maintains their anonymity.

Louise also worked as a relationship columnist in Montreal Daily.