Ginette Reno, (born Raynault) (born April 28, 1946) is a French-Canadian author, composer, singer, and actress. Born in Montreal, Quebec, she is fluent in both English and French. She has recorded in both English and French. Her biggest hit in English is the 1971 song "Beautiful Second Hand Man". Among her recordings is a French version of the Lynsey De Paul song "Storm in a Teacup". She does most of her performing in Quebec. During her four-decade career, she has recorded approximately 60 albums. In 1970, she won the Juno Award for Artist of the Year. In 1982, she was made an Officer of the Order of Canada. In 2000, she was inducted into Canada's Walk of Fame. In 2004, she was made a Knight of the National Order of Quebec. Hits: "Aimez-le si fort", ("Les croissants de soleil") , "Ma vie", "À ma manière", "L'essentiel", "Ma mère chantait toujours", "Laissez-moi rev'nir sur terre", "Je ne suis qu'une chanson". In 1975, she did a duet with Jean-Pierre Ferland, and obtain a big success with the song "T'es mon amour, t'es ma maîtresse".