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Evelyne Brochu

Evelyne Brochu, actress,
Evelyne Brochu at the 2014 Canadian Screen Awards. Photo by Ralph Lucas for Northernstars.ca

B: November 17, 1983 in Québec

Evelyne Brochu is pictured at the 2014 Canadian Screen Awards where she was nominated for her work in Tom à la ferme. Born Évelyne Marie Léa Cassandre Brochu, after she graduated from the Conservatoire d’art dramatique de Montréal in 2005, Brochu quickly launched a successful television career. In 2007, she landed a major role in the hit series La Promesse. In 2010, she received two Gémeaux nominations, one for her performance as Mélanie in La Promesse and one for the role of Jolianne in Aveux. In 2007 she was active in the theatre, appearing in Le diable en partage by Fabrice Melquiot, La nuit arabe by Roland Schimmelpfenning and Sacrée famille by Carl Ritchie. In 2008, she was in the cast of L’assassinat d’Andrew Jackson at Théâtre de Carleton and in a Compagnie Jean Duceppe production of Le lion en hiver (The Lion in Winter). In 2009, she played Hennie in Réveillez-vous et chantez!, a new production by Théâtre de l’Opsis, and had a part in Chambre(s), presented at Théâtre de Quat’Sous, directed by Éric Jean. Most recently, she played the role of Sara in Tom à la ferme by Michel-Marc Bouchard, a play directed by Claude Poissant and staged at Théâtre d’Aujourd’hui. She began her film career in 2005 with a role in Cheech. Café de Flore, premiered at the Venice Mostra in 2011.