How much is Garou worth? - Wondering how wealthy & rich is Garou? Or maybe you\u2019re just curious about Garou's age, body measurements, height, weight, hair color, eye color, bra & waist size, bio, wiki, wealth and salary?\n\n\n\n\n\n Garou , whose real name is Pierre Garand , is a singer born on June 26, 1972 in Sherbrooke, Quebec (Canada). His powerful and personal voice has turned him into one of the most important artists of the Francophone music scene, not only in his native Quebec, but in countries like France, Belgium, Switzerland, Poland, Czech Republic, Ukraine or Russia. . \n \n\nGarou's Biography \n Thanks to his father, a rock guitarist in his time, he received his first guitar at the age of three. In his adolescence he was a guitarist in a group of his school. After finishing high school, he did military service, where he was hired as a trumpet player. \n In 1992, he started playing in bars. In 1995 he created, with some musicians, the group The Untouchables. It was in 1997 when the famous composer Luc Plamondon discovered it, and Garou obtained the role of Quasimodo in the musical Notre-Dame de Paris, of which more than 100 performances were made between Montreal, Paris and London. The work was acclaimed by critics and the public, and received numerous awards. \n Back in 2000, taking advantage of the notoriety he had achieved, he embarked on his solo career with the disc Seul, where he had a carefully selected repertoire; under the authorship of Luc Plamondon on most subjects; and the presence of renowned producers, such as David Foster, Walter Afanasieff, Aldo Nova and Humberto Gatica. The album achieved enormous success in the francophone market, reaching triple platinum certification in Canada (more than 300,000) and double diamond certification in France (more than 2,000,000). The following year, he toured Canada and Europe, from which came the live album Seoul ... Avec Vous, which collects the best songs from his first album, plus several songs from Notre-Dame de Paris, as well as singer's favorites like You Can Leave Your Hat On or La Boh\u00e8me. \n In 2003 his second studio album Reviens appeared; with a more acoustic sound; and surrounded again by great composers such as Jean-Jacques Goldman, Erick Benzi, Jacques Veneruso and Luc Plamondon. Later a re-edition of the album was released, which includes the successful duo with Michel Sardou La Rivi\u00e8re de Notre Enfance. \n It was necessary to wait until 2006 to see the release of his third album, with an eponymous title, in which he reaffirmed himself as one of the most important and captivating male voices in the current panorama of French-speaking music, with superior total sales at 5 million copies The conceptual idea of \u200b\u200bthe album, created by Garou himself of his hobby to collect watches, is based on time. Hence the design of the script and that the topics included are twelve. Unfortunately, Garou did not achieve the expected sales success. \n In May 2008, a new album was released, the first of its English-language career, entitled Piece of My Soul, whose single was Stand Up. The album includes a version of the song First Day of My Life, popularized by Melanie C, and was produced by Peer Astrom and Vito Luprano, among others. \n At the end of 2009 Garou presented his fifth studio album, an album of versions of famous themes from different eras and styles, in both English and French. In Gentleman Cambrioleur we can find songs by Frank Sinatra (I Love Paris), Charles Aznavour (\u00c0 Ma Fille), U2 (New Year's Day), Rod Stewart (Da Ya Think I'm Sexy), Leonard Cohen (Everybody Knows) or Madonna (Sorry), among others. The singer personally chose the selection of songs and converted them into a jazzy crooner style. The title of the album, and theme of presentation, Gentleman Cambrioleur (translated as "gentleman thief") comes to refer to the idea of \u200b\u200bstealing songs from others to take them to a new musical style. This was the artist's first work under the seal of his own management company, Wolfgang Entertainment. \n In 2010 the Canadian artist returned to the music scene with his sixth studio album: Version Int\u00e9grale with the presentation theme J'Avais Besoin d'\u00catre L\u00e0. To promote it, Garou toured France and Eastern Europe, but the album had little impact. \n Garou currently performs for Cirque du Soleil on the Zarkana show. \n\n\n\nMore Facts about Garou\n\nThe Garou's statistics like age, body measurements, height, weight, bio, wiki, net worth posted above have been gathered from a lot of credible websites and online sources. But, there are a few factors that will affect the statistics, so, the above figures may not be 100% accurate.