November 27, 2022

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The comedian said goodbye to his role in District 31

The comedian said goodbye to his role in District 31

Illustration of District 31 It ends on March 25th with total emotion.

In fact, after six seasons of hard work to complete this daily life and being appreciated by all, artists and performers say goodbye to this project.

This has already happened in the case of some actors who do not have major roles in Luke Dion’s project.

Last Thursday, actor Stephen Cote had to quit his Maitreya Durand role. He was speaking on social media.

My participation in the filming of District 31 ended last Thursday. To tell you the joy I played in this Master Durand !! A sleit, he only had to appear in one episode, but here I am after a hundred episodes and the joy of giving him a voice never faded. Thanks to Lucy Robitel for introducing me to this, thanks to Luke Dion for always keeping his words so graceful and wonderful, thanks to the playmates, and to the team that has continued to inflict hell in these 6 beautiful years. Thanks to Roxanne for being my lovely coach during the shoot, Manon Clement for always knowing how to manage my availability in such a humane way and thank you attentive and passionate viewers.

Regarding the last episode, he said: Happy End of the Season to all of you and looking forward to your responses at the end of this last season. Prepare your tissues.

In fact, author Luc Dionne recently hinted that it would be particularly emotional about the end of his series. See what he has to say here. There are only 20 episodes left.

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Note that we deserve this week The most difficult scene to endure in the series. We will let you know about it here.