Born in Quebec, Didier Morissonneau is a creator and producer of shows.
From his beginnings as a radio and television host, Didier became the youngest artist agent in Quebec at age 22, representing such established stars as Gilles Carle, Chloé Sainte-Marie, Claude Laroche and an entire generation of young talent from television and film (Mahée Paiement, Manuel Hurtubise etc. ) in the early 90’s. His career as a producer began in 1992 when he brought the Parisian play Le Petit Prince to Quebec. Further success followed with cross Canada tours of such established American acts such as The Platters, The Glenn Miller Orchestra, Steppenwolf, The Mama’s and the Papa’s, Air Supply and many more. He crowned his career as an independent producer with tours featuring such immense French stars as Michel Sardou (1998) and Johnny Hallyday (2000). From there, Didier moved to Zone3 as producer and part of the team responsible for the programming of D’Amerique et de Solidarité, the show featured for the 2001 Summit of the Americas and televised worldwide.