Who Is Jean-Marc Vallée Nadia Live?

Nadia Live was said to be a Conjointe to Jean-Marc Vallée, but no information has supported the statement.

The French Wikipedia page states that Nadia was married to Jean and the mother of his two children, Emile and Alex.

However, almost every other online pages shares he was previously married to Chantal Cadieux, and she was the mother of his two children. Nadia Live doesn't seem to be in the picture.

On the other hand, Chantal Cadieux is a Quebec-based Canadian writer. She was born in Richmond and graduated from the National Theatre School of Canada with a certificate in playwriting in 1990. 

She was one of a group of young authors who contributed to the performance "38," based on Shakespeare's works.

Meet Jean-Marc Vallée Kids and Ex-Spouse

Jean-Marc Vallée had two kids Alex and Émile with his ex-spouse Chantal Cadieux.

His two boys chose to follow in their father's footsteps, working in the film industry in a variety of capacities. Alex and Emile are rarely recognized outside of their professional achievements since they live low-key lives like their father.

Alex has worked on various projects as a producer, editor, actor, and director, including the blockbuster TV drama 'Big Little Lies.' He's also appeared in several Canadian projects, including the short films 'Ainsi soit-elle' and 'Providence.'

In the late 1980s, Jean-Marc Vallée dated Canadian writer Chantal Cadieux. In 1990, the pair married. They divorced in 2006, though. The reason for their divorce is unknown.

Jean-Marc Vallée Cause Of Death

The cause of Jean-Marc Vallée's cause of death is still unknown. The information is hoped to be released soon by his close members.

Bumble Ward, the director's reps, said that Vallée died unexpectedly at his cottage near Quebec City, Canada, over the weekend.

Jean-Marc Vallee died at the young age of 58. The Canadian filmmaker was praised for his realistic approach to filmmaking and collaborations with Reese Witherspoon, Nicole Kidman, Amy Adams, and Jake Gyllenhaal.

In the United States, his breakout picture was "Dallas Buyers Club," a 2013 drama based on the actual tale of an AIDS sufferer who becomes a distributor of experimental therapies.

Although the Academy did not honor Vallée's directing, the picture was nominated for Best Picture and starred Matthew McConaughey and Jared Leto; both won Oscars for their performances.