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|Birth date:||January 16, 1942|
|Birth place:||Montréal, Québec, Canada|
|Profession:||Actor, Writer, Producer|
|Spouse:||Céline Dion, Anne Renée, Denyse Duquette, Laisse-moi me reposer, Si je te donne mon cœur, C'est le Freddie|
|Children:||René-Charles Angelil, Eddy Angelil, Nelson Angelil, Anne-Marie Angélil, Patrick Angelil, Jean-Pierre Angelil, Laisse-moi me reposer, Si je te donne mon cœur, C'est le Freddie|
|Parents:||Alice Angélil, Joseph Angélil, Laisse-moi me reposer, Si je te donne mon cœur, C'est le Freddie|
|Music groups:||Les Baronets|
|Movies:||Omerta, Snowballin', L'Apparition, Manette : la folle et les dieux de carton|
|TV shows:||National Heads-Up Poker Championship|
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Canadian supervisor, director and former vocalist Rene Angelil has an an estimated net worth of $400 million. He is the husband and supervisor of singer Celine Dion. He was born on January 16, 1942 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada into a father of Syrian ancestry along with a Canadian mother of Lebanese origin. He started his professional career as a pop vocalist in the 1960s. He formed a pop rock group The Baronets along with his childhood friends. The group sang French translations of popular British and American pop and rock songs that included “C’est Fou, Mais C’est Tout”, a translation of the Beatles’ songs Hold Me Tight. When the group was broken up, he and best friend Guy Cloutier started handling musicians including Ginette Reno and Rene Simard.
Rene Angelil Net Worth $400 Million
Rene Angelil’s largest find was Dion, after hearing her demo cassette, whom he later married. Angelil won the Felix Award for Supervisor of the Year in 1987 and 1988. In July 2008, Angelil was named the manager for the fourth season of the reality television show Star Academe that was aired in February 2009. Rene Angelil is an avid poker player. Rene finished in the money at the 2007 Mirage Poker Showdown event on the World Poker Tour, a series of high stakes tournaments.