Ginette Reno : Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children , Education and House
Ginette Reno is a Canadian author, composer, singer, and actress know all about her in this article as like her Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband, Children and Books
|Birthdate ( Age)||28 April 1946 (age 75 years)|
|Place of Birth||Montreal, Canada|
|Spouse/Partner||Bob Watier (m. 1965–1991), Alain Charbonneau|
|Parents||Name not Known|
|Profession||Canadian author, composer, singer, and actress|
|Net Worth||$ 3 Million|
|Last Update||October 2021|
Ginette Reno is a Canadian author, composer, singer, and actress. She has received nominations for the Genie and Gemini Awards and is a multi-recipient of the Juno Award. She is a gold and platinum selling Canadian musician.
In 1999, Reno was awarded the Governor General's Performing Arts Award for Lifetime Artistic Achievement, Canada's highest honour in the performing arts.In 2000, she was inducted into Canada's Walk of Fame. In 2004, she was made a Knight of the National Order of Quebec.
Early Life and Family
Reno was born Ginette Raynault in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, she began singing in 1960 and won the talent contest "Les Découvertes de Jean Simon" (Jean Simon's Discoveries). With this success, three clubs in Montreal (Café Caprice, le Café de l'Est and the Café Provincial) offered Reno her first professional contract. Simon suggested she adopt the stage name Reno—a phonetic spelling of her real last name (as pronounced in Canadian French).
Ginette Reno Husband
Ginette Reno Marrie two times firstly she married with Bob Watier in 1965 and the couple have two children together. The Divorced in 1991.After that Ginette Reno is in relation with Alain Charbonneau.They had a son named Pascalin
Ginette Reno Net Worth
Ginette Reno is a Canadian author, composer, singer, and actress has an estimated Net Worth around $3 Million in 2021.
Reno is a gold and platinum selling Canadian artist.She has recorded in both English and French. Her biggest hit in English was her 1970 song "Beautiful Second Hand Man". It reached No. 8 on the RPM singles chart. The song was from her third album Beautiful Second Hand Man released in 1971 on Parrot Records.The song was re-released on the French record label Melon-Miel on a two disc compilation Vocally Yours Vol. 7 & 8 in 2004.Among her recordings is a Lynsey de Paul song "Dans la vie tout s'arrange" (Storm in a Teacup). She mostly performs in Quebec. During her four-decade career, she has recorded approximately 60 albums.
In March 2019, she was one of 11 singers from Quebec, alongside Céline Dion, Diane Dufresne, Isabelle Boulay, Luce Dufault, Louise Forestier, Laurence Jalbert, Catherine Major, Ariane Moffatt, Marie Denise Pelletier and Marie-Élaine Thibert, who participated in a supergroup recording of Renée Claude's 1971 single "Tu trouveras la paix" after Claude's diagnosis with Alzheimer's disease was announced.
Reno played the mother in Jean-Claude Lauzon's 1992 film Léolo. She played Laura Cadieux in Denise Filiatrault's 1998 film It's Your Turn, Laura Cadieux . The role earned her a Genie Award nomination for Best Actress. She reprised her role for the 1999 sequel Laura Cadieux II . She was again nominated at the 2000 Genie Awards. She played the role of Maria Barberini in the 2003 Canadian independent film Mambo Italiano.She played Blanche in the 2006 film A Family Secret , earning her a Best Actress in a leading role Genie Award nomination.
In 2020, Ginette Reno came back to the big screen after 14 years in Martin Villeneuve's Imelda Trilogy, co-starring playwright Robert Lepage, in which she plays Martin and Denis Villeneuve's maternal grandmother Simone, Imelda's lifelong adversary.Reno was twice nominated for a Gemini at the 1999 Gemini Awards and 2000 Gemini Awards.
Reno won the Top Female Vocalist at the Gold Leaf Awards of 1970. She was awarded a 1972 Juno and a 1973 Juno in the category Outstanding Performance of the Year - Female. Reno was nominated for a Juno in 1998 in the category Best Selling Francophone Album for her album Versions Reno. She was again nominated at the Juno Awards of 1999 for Best Female Vocalist. In 2001 she won a Juno Award for Francophone Album of the Year for her album Un Grand Noël d'amour. In 2010 Reno was nominated for a Juno Fan Choice Award.