|August 10, 1991|
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Olivier Dion (born August 10, 1991) is a Canadian singer, who specializes in pop.
In 2008, Dion along with Daniel Hamlitsch and Matthew Gaiser formed the indie-rock group Late Young. They released one EP entitled Nativity, of which Dion contributed his vocals alongside the bass guitar.
Dion first came to attention on the reality TV series Star Académie, competing for the title of the best singer. Despite not winning the competition, Dion participated in the Star Académie tour, which had over 130,000 spectators. His song, "Pour exister" on the album, Star Académie 2012 reached double platinum, becoming a hit on Quebecois radios.
In the summer of 2013, Dion played Link Larkin in the musical, Hairspray, which was directed by Denise Filiatrault.
On 1 December 2014, Columbia France announced that Dion had signed a licensed contract with the company to develop his European career, and released his single, "Si j'étais son soleil" on European radio the same day.
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