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Bouvier performing with Simple Plan in Beijing in 2012
|Pierre Charles Bouvier|
9 May 1979|
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Bouvier was born to Réal and Louise Bouvier. He has two older brothers, Jay and Jonathan. He attended Collège Beaubois in Pierrefonds, Quebec, with bandmates Chuck Comeau, Jeff Stinco, and Sébastien Lefebvre. Before and partly during his early musical career, Bouvier worked as a cook at St-Hubert in Montréal. Bouvier has two daughters, and has been married to Lachelle Farrar since 2013.
When Bouvier was 13 or 14 years old, he founded the punk rock band Reset with his best friend Chuck Comeau in which he was the bass guitarist and lead vocalist. He was not happy with Reset and left the band in 1999, a year after Comeau's departure in 1998. His current bandmate David Desrosiers took his place as lead vocalist and bass guitarist. He later met Comeau at a Sugar Ray concert and joined him in creating Simple Plan with old schoolmates David Desrosiers, Jeff Stinco and Sébastien Lefebvre.
|2003||What's New, Scooby-Doo?||Himself (voice)||Also performed the theme song with Simple Plan|
|The New Tom Green Show||Himself||1 episode|
|A Big Package for You||Himself|
|2004||New York Minute||Himself|
|Punk Rock Holocaust||Himself|