Canadian actors who deceased at age 19

Here are 3 famous actors from Canada died at 19:

Lionel Giroux

Lionel Giroux (April 5, 2015 Saint-Jérôme-December 4, 1995 Saint-Jérôme) a.k.a. Little Beaver was a Canadian actor and wrestler.

He died in emphysema.

Lionel Giroux began his professional wrestling career in 1950, working in various promotions across Canada and the United States. In 1953, he adopted the ring name "Little Beaver" and gained fame as a performer in the World Wide Wrestling Federation, where he worked alongside larger wrestlers such as Chief Jay Strongbow and Killer Kowalski.

Aside from wrestling, Giroux also appeared in several films, including the 1966 Western "Billy the Kid vs. Dracula." He later acted in a number of French-Canadian films, including "Les brûlés" and "La guerre des tuques."

In his later years, Giroux suffered from health problems related to emphysema and required the use of an oxygen tank. He passed away in December 1995 at the age of 80. Despite his diminutive stature, Giroux left a lasting impact on the wrestling industry and continues to be remembered by fans as one of its most unique and memorable performers.

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Jean-Louis Morin

Jean-Louis Morin (April 5, 2015 Val-David, Quebec-May 24, 1995 Montreal) was a Canadian actor, dancer, painter, sculptor and choreographer.

He died in hiv/aids.

Jean-Louis Morin was born in Val-David, Quebec in 1945. He studied art at l'École des Beaux-Arts de Montréal and later pursued a career in acting and dance. Morin gained popularity in the 1970s as a performer in Le Grand Cirque Ordinaire, a performance art troupe. He also acted in several films, including "The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz" and "Montréal vu par...". Morin was also a prolific painter, sculptor and choreographer, with his works being exhibited in galleries across North America. Unfortunately, he died in 1995 due to complications from HIV/AIDS, leaving behind a legacy as a multi-talented artist.

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Myles Ferguson

Myles Ferguson (January 3, 1981 North Vancouver-September 29, 2000) a.k.a. Myles Steven Ferguson was a Canadian actor.

He died caused by traffic collision.

Myles Ferguson was best known for his role as P.K. in the television series "Madison". He began acting at a young age with his first television appearance in the series "The Odyssey" at the age of 11. He went on to appear in numerous other TV shows, including "The X-Files" and "Smallville". Ferguson was also a talented musician and played guitar in a band called Prophecy. He attended the University of British Columbia in Vancouver where he studied acting and theatre. Ferguson's untimely death at the age of 19 was a great loss to the entertainment industry.

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