Birth Name: Michael Kevin Paré
Place of Birth: Brooklyn, New York City, New York, U.S.
Date of Birth: October 9, 1958
Michael Paré is an American actor. He is known for his roles in the films Streets of Fire, Eddie and the Cruisers, The Philadelphia Experiment, World Gone Wild, Deadly Heroes, Moon 44, Bad Moon, Hope Floats, The Virgin Suicides, and Bone Tomahawk, and on the shows The Greatest American Hero and Starhunter.
Michael is the son of Joan and Francis Paré. He is married to model Marjolein Booy, with whom he has one child.
Michael’s paternal grandfather was Jean-Alphonse Paré (the son of Ferdinand Paré and Alphonsine Menard). Jean-Alphonse was born in Montréal, Québec, Canada. Ferdinand was the son of Michel Paré and Archange Gagnon. Alphonsine was the daughter of Michel Ménard and Josephte Lafontaine-Surprenant.
Michael’s paternal grandmother was Laurianne LaFleur (the daughter of Joseph LaFleur and Odile Daigle). Laurianne was born in St. Antoine, Québec, Canada. Joseph was the son of Napoléon Lafleur dit Sevigny and Delima Lambert. Odile was the daughter of Jean-Baptiste Daigle and Delima Garneau.
Michael’s maternal grandfather was Joseph Moroney (the son of Patrick Moroney and Margaret Dillen/Dillon). Joseph was Irish, with a family from Clare.
Michael’s maternal grandmother was Rose Tucker (the daughter of Patrick Tucker and Margaret McGoeren). Rose was Irish.
Source: Genealogy of Michael Paré (focusing on his father’s side) – https://www.nosorigines.qc.ca