Origin: Montréal, Québec, 🇨🇦
Céline Lomez was born in Montreal on May 11, 1955. She is a Canadian actress and singer.
Lomez started her show business career singing French-Canadian pop songs with her sister Liette, and the two gained popularity after their performance at the Festival du Disque in Quebec in 1968. Liette went on to join a trio called Toulouse. Lomez, however, was soon offered a role in the Denis Héroux film L'Initiation in 1970. She was only 15 years old at the time.
She has also released three albums. One of her main hit songs was "L'amour dans les rangs de coton" (1974), a Louisiana zydeco-style ballad. She had her greatest success on records in 1970, with the song "Ce que tu passant I got it". The same year she played in the film “Apres-ski”, and she participated in the Musicorama tour of C.J.M.S. In 1974, she appeared again at the top of the charts with "L'amour dans les rangs de coton", then in 1975 she played in the film "Gina". In 1979, she returned to the charts with “Vol de nuit” which she had recorded in English two years earlier.
She went on to play Christopher Plummer's ill-fated girlfriend in the cult thriller The Silent Partner in 1978. She was originally set to star as Brooke Parsons in the 1983 cult horror film Curtains, but was asked to leave after shooting several scenes by producer Peter R. Simpson. The character was then taken over by actress Linda Thorson.
In 2004, Lomez published her autobiography, Pour quatorze dollars elles sont à vous?