Monique Miller Height, Weight, Net Worth, Age, Birthday, Wikipedia, Who, Nationality, Biography

Monique Miller is a French Canadian entertainer who holds the title of OC GOQ. She is best famous for her live theater exhibitions, despite the fact that she has likewise showed up in movies and TV programs.

Monique is additionally very much perceived as Louise Remy’s senior sister. Louise was a notable entertainer in the broadcast business.

Official of the Order of Canada, Grand Officer of the National Order of Quebec, Actress of the Year at the Congrès des exhibitions, Mask for the best female version, are a portion of the honors of entertainer Monique.

At this point, the entertainer Monique Miller has not unveiled any data on her mate. Nor has the entertainer uncovered any subtleties on her conjugal status.

Born 9 December 1933 (age 87)

Montreal, Quebec
Known for actor

Many propose that the entertainer is as yet unmarried. In any case, current realities on her relationship status are obscure. Nor anything on her intimate life can be affirmed.

Morever, the entertainer has consistently liked to get her dating life far from the spotlight and overall population. She likes to get a loser far from her expert life in her regular routine.

Monique Miller has kept the subtleties of her folks stowed away. Be that as it may, going to her family, she is the senior sister of veteran entertainer Louise Remy.

However Monique and Louise come from a strong family, scarcely any subtleties on their relatives are revealed.

Entertainer Monique Miller should make a serious amount of sums from her vocation in the film and media business. Notwithstanding, her total assets data in 2021 is yet to be uncovered.

Morever, she is additionally very well known in the Theatrical business.


Mill operator was in the primary presentation of Montreal’s Théâtre du Nouveau Monde in 1951. In 1953, she made her screen debut in the film Tit-Coq. She featured in the TV series Cap-aux-sorciers in 1955.

Monique was designated an Officer of the Order of Canada in 2001. She was elevated to Grand Officer of the National Order of Quebec in 2011.

In 2015, Miller showed up in the play Absence at the Dublin Dance Festival. She got the Gascon Thomas Award from the National Theater School of Canada in 2016.

Mill operator is acting in Montreal starting at 2018.