Credit : PJ Dufort
Graduated from école de théâtre du Cégep de St-Hyacinthe (2016)
Download resume : RESUME VÉRONIQUE SAVOIE_ GChampagne AgenceArtistique
Singing, photography, dance, writing, ease with accents, reading at first sight, puppets, immersive theater, tennis.
No UDA : 156946
Height : 5’9’’
Hair : Brown
Eyes : Green
Spoken languages : French (international, québécois)
English (standard americain, british)
Driver licence : Classe 5 (standard)
Veronique Savoie is a graduate from the École de théâtre of Cégep St-Hyacinthe in theatrical interpretation (class of 2016). Her biggest assets are, for one, her vesatility (she played a prostitute, a queen, a brothel madam who lived in hell, an amnesic woman and a genie in a bottle…), in addition of having exceptional listening skills and being generous.
Since she’s been out of school, she cumulated a lot a experiences on stage, thanks in part to Theatre 450, with whom she collaborates on two plays. After that, she becomes assistant manager of Maison Corbeau theatre company and co-producer of AMSTERDAM musical play (the play is in Jacques Brel’s universe and Veronique plays Madeleine). Veronique really loves musicals, that’s the reason she’s been working on her voice for so many years now. In the summer of 2017, she even takes part in a continuous training with the Union des artistes. She participates two times at Festival Ste-Ambroise-Fring where she performs in C’est enterré (FRANKIE winner for best text) and in Tudor Mile-End, both written by Katerine Thériault. Veronique followed Syllabe’s training in voice over. She gives her voice to many characters in different TV and movie projects (Girl in the box, Pure, True and the rainbow kingdom, Wishfart…). In fall 2017, Veronique follows two trainings in camera acting, one for publicity and one for fiction with David Finley. Because she really likes to travel, Veronique also took many internships outside of the country : she went to Grenoble in 2015 for an internship with Alberto Ferraro, Commedia Dell’Arte master, and to London in 2012 for an anglophone theatre internship in the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art where she works on Shakesperian texts and on Quartett, a play from Heiner Mueller.