Canadian theater, film, TV actor Albert Millaire has died at age 83. The actor, known for his classic roles, was diagnosed with cancer in 2000, but continued to work nonetheless. He was recognized by many older Quebecers as the image of Pierre Le Moyne d’Iberville, who he played in a popular television series in 1969. He also portrayed Sir Wilfrid Laurier in a miniseries about the ex-prime minister in 1987. Millaire won the Gémeaux prize in 2014 for best supporting actor in a soap opera for his role in Mémoires vives. Millaire appeared in two Euro-western TV series: “Adventures in Rainbow Country” (1969-1970) as Roger Lemieux and “By Way of the Stars” as Renauld (1992-1993).