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Credits photo : Jean-François Bolduc

Credits photo : Jean-François Bolduc

Ariane C. L.


Graduated from Conservatoire d’art dramatique de Québec (2013)


                Animation, Narration, Spanish (intermediate), Writing, Music / Guitar (advanced), Improvisation, Juggling, Skating, Racing, Rugby, Skiing, Swimming, Soccer, Sound and lighting, Volleyball, Basketball.

No UDA : 143 932
Height : 5’6’’
Hair : Brown
Eyes : Brown
Language : French (international and quebec accent),
                     English (standard american accent), Spanish (medium)
Driver licence : Class 5

Graduated by the Conservatoire d’Arts Dramatiques of Québec in 2013, Ariane had the opportunity to work with Marie-Josée Bastien, Jean-Sébastien Ouellet, Lorraine Côté, Jacques Lessard, Jonathan Gagnon et Michel Nadeau. By the end of school in summer 2013, we could see her in the play Vague de fond, that she also co-directed, presented at Vieux bureau de poste de St-Romuald, and then in La boîte, a creation of her graduating class, successfully presented at Théâtre Premier Acte in November. In spring 2014, she has the privilege to pull the famous character of Puck in Shakespeare’s Le songe d’une nuit d’été, a production of the Quebec Symphony Orchestra supervised by Jacques Leblanc.
Bilingual artist, she took the opportunity to get trained in Toronto, where she studies on-camera performance with Lewis Baumander and Dean Armstrong. Strong of her learnings, we could see her on the big screen in Révolutions by Mathieu Denis and Simon Lavoie and then on television in the series Délateurs directed by Guillaume Lonergan. Curious and passionate, Ariane also provides animation for several events and festivals, improvisation with the Quebec SIT and actor direction.