Denis Thériault

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Denis Thériault (born August 24, 1959) is a Canadian author, playwright and screenwriter of French-Canadian descent..

He graduated in psychology from the University of Ottawa (1981).

Thériault is the author of several plays including ''La prophétie'' (1980), ''Les cloches'' (1989), and ''Les Mordus'' (1990). After winning the Télé-Québec Scenarios Competition twice with ''Aïrenem'' (1983), and then ''Victor le vampire'' (1984), he began a career as a screenwriter.

Thériault contributed in the writing of several television series including ''La maison Deschênes'' (1987–88), ''Macaroni tout garni'' (2001 to 2005), ''Kaboum'' (2006 to 2010), ''Les argonautes'' (2011 to 2013). His film scripts include ''Frisson des Collines'' (2011).

Thériault published his first novel in 2001, ''L'iguane'' (''The Boy Who Belonged to the Sea''), which won four literary awards. He has since published ''Le facteur émotif'' (Canada-Japan Prize), ''La fille qui n’existait pas'', ''La fiancée du facteur'', and ''Manucure''. His novels are translated into many languages, including Russian and Chinese. Provided by Wikipedia
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