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Guy Cloutier

Music Producer

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11 February 1940 (age 81), Chicoutimi, Saguenay, Canada

Guy cloutier

Guy Cloutier (born 11 February 1940 in Chicoutimi, Quebec, Canada) is a Canadian music producer and talent manager.


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Cloutier adapted reality TV to the Quebec market. Entertainers Stéphanie Cloutier and Véronique Cloutier are his daughters. The father of Stéphanie's daughter is Florida Panthers goaltender José Théodore.

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On 20 December 2004, he was sentenced to 3 and a half years (42 months) in prison for sexually abusing singer Nathalie Simard.

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He started in managing and music production by forming Productions Guy Cloutier in 1969, becoming famous for launching the career of child singing sensation René Simard. He produced Loft Story, a made-in-Quebec reality TV show, and Taillefer & filles, a cooking show where mother and daughter Claudette and Marie-Josée Taillefer cook their favourite meals in front of a studio audience.


Cloutier pleaded guilty to five charges, including sexual assault, indecent exposure and sex with a minor. He served 19 months of a 42-month sentence. It was later revealed that one of the victims was Nathalie Simard, who was under contract with Cloutier. Cloutier also entered a guilty plea to a charge of indecent exposure involving another minor whose name and gender were not made public. He received a 16-month sentence in that case.

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His company, Guy Cloutier Communications, became Novem Communications in October 2004 when control passed to his daughter Véronique. In October 2009, Véronique sold her shares to Francois Ferland.


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