Jean-Luc Bilodeau

2013 Teen Choice Awards - Arrivals

Bilodeau in 2013, photo by Prphotos

Place of Birth: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Date of Birth: November 4, 1990

Ethnicity: French-Canadian, Northern Irish, Irish, about 1/32 Portuguese, distant Scottish and Cornish, 1/128th First Nations [Native Canadian]

Jean-Luc Bilodeau is a Canadian actor.

Jean-Luc’s father is of almost entirely French-Canadian descent. One of Jean-Luc’s paternal great-great-great-great-grandmothers, Philoméne McPherson, was the daughter of Andre McPherson, who was of Scottish ancestry, and of Mary Ikwessens, who was of Native Canadian [First Nations] descent, either Manawaki (Algonquin) or Blackfoot.

Jean-Luc’s mother’s ancestry includes French-Canadian, Northern Irish, Irish, Scottish, Cornish, and about 1/16th Portuguese.

Jean-Luc’s paternal grandfather was Adélard Vincent Joseph Bilodeau (the son of Joseph Ludger Bilodeau and Théodora Marie Blache Dubeau). Jean-Luc’s great-grandfather Joseph was the son of Thomas Bilodeau and Marie Anne Asselin. Théodora was the daughter of Ambroise Dubeau and Aimée/Emma Vachon.

Jean-Luc’s paternal grandmother was Murielle Amanda Nadon (the daughter of Louis Marie Nadon and Marie Louise Lemieux). Jean-Luc’s great-grandfather Louis was the son of Louis Nadon and Marie Jeanne Alphée Delormé. Jean-Luc’s great-grandmother Marie Louise was the daughter of Napoléon Lemieux and Louise Lemieux.

Jean-Luc’s maternal grandfather was Donald Earl Rose (the son of John Rufus Ross/Rose and Sadie May/Mae Stevenson). Donald was born in Vancouver, British Columbia. John was the son of Thomas Rose, who was born in Co Carlow, Ireland, and of Martha Kerr, whose parents were from Donegal, Ireland. Sadie was the daughter of John Stevenson, whose parents were from Ballymore, Armagh and Antrim, Ireland, respectively; and of Mary Jane Ryan, whose own father was Irish.

Jean-Luc’s maternal grandmother was Lyle Harriet Manuel (the daughter of Anthony William Manuel and Susan Newcombe Jones). Lyle was born in Manitoba. Anthony was the son of Urbine Ruben/Rueben Manuel, who was of Portuguese and French-Canadian descent, and of Mary Elizabeth Vautour. Susan was the daughter of James Harris “Harry” Jones, whose father was from Cornwall, England; and of Emily Donovan.

Sources: Genealogies of Jean-Luc Bilodeau (focusing on his father’s side) – http://worldconnect.rootsweb.ancestry.com
https://www.geni.com

Genealogy of Jean-Luc’s paternal grandfather, Adelard Vincent Joseph Bilodeau (focusing on his own mother’s side) – http://www.dubeaufamily.com

Obituary of Jean-Luc’s paternal grandfather, Adelard Vincent Joseph Bilodeau – http://www.mementofuneralchapel.com

Obituary of Jean-Luc’s maternal grandfather, Donald Earl Rose – http://www.legacy.com

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13 Responses

  1. Capricious says:

    Looks French Canadian.

  2. ashash says:

    Native American beauty.

    • follers says:

      He’s Native Canadian. :-)

    • guurl says:

      -.- his native blood is insignificant.

      • leslie2 says:

        I don’t know if you mean his blood percent is insignificant, or if his Native blood is too low to be significant or for him to be Native.

        if it’s the first, Clearly you must not be Native or one of thoughs fake-wannabe-deluded full blooded black/white Americans who think the one drop of Native blood or family tales with NO PROOF is significant to call themselves Native when in fact you people are a JOKE, and only Natives, Non-Canadians and Non-Americans seem to think blood quantum matters, because it does. Thank goodness for people like Follers on this site, to help set people straight about the facts.

        If you aren’t Native, Please do not speak FOR US.
        Just like any other race, we do not consider someone with 1/120th to be us, why would we? because they are not. Not just by blood quantum (MOST IMPORTANT) but they probably don’t know their tribe, reserve, anything, nothing in their spirit.

        I apologize if this is not the case and you are just agreeing with follers and I, however, I am more inclined to think you are disagreeing with us.

        Either way, please do not spread your own hearsay to speak for Natives, hardly any if any atall think blood quantum does not matter, it only seems to be the low bloods who think it is racist. It was meant to get right of our rights alongggg time ago, but now has been a godsend to keep our true Natives/Half Natives(recently)AND CULTURE ALIVE.

  3. andrew says:

    Rose isnt obviously of French origin

  4. J.J. says:

    correction; his eyes are hazel (light brown) and his hair is light brown (brunette) I think it should be listed

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