Pierre Bruneau Biography
Pierre Bruneau, CM (born in Victoriaville, Quebec on June 5, 1952) is a journalist and news anchor from Canada. He has long served as the weekday anchor of TVA Nouvelles, which airs on the Quebec television network TVA each weekday.
Bruneau began his work in the media in 1972 when he was studying psychology at Université du Québec. He then worked as a host and reporter for the now-defunct CJTR in Trois-Rivières, as well as for CKAC and CITE in Montreal.
In 1976, he began his career as a news anchor for Télé-Métropole, afterwards renamed TVA. After 2000, he became co-anchor alongside Pierre Jobin and Paul Larocque, respectively, for the midday and evening newscasts.
Claude Charron, a former Parti Québécois MNA and Cabinet Minister, co-anchored the late afternoon news with Bruneau for a number of years.
Pierre Bruneau Wife
Since 1973, Pierre Bruneau and Ginette St-Cyr have been husband and wife.He is the father of three children, Charles, Geneviève, and Jean-Sébastien, and the grandfather of five grandchildren.
Pierre Bruneau Net Worth
Pierre Bruneau has an estimated net worth ranging between $1 million to $3 million. He acquired his wealth mainly from his successful journalism career.