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Evelyne Brochu

Evelyne Brochu

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Since graduating from the prestigious Montreal Conservatory of Dramatic Arts in 2005, Evelyne Brochu has been working nonstop in theatre, film and television.

Some of her more notable television credits garnered her three Gémeaux Award nominations for Best Supporting Actress and the award for Best Lead Actress in a television series. In 2013, Evelyne started working on the hit series Orphan Black playing the recurring role of Delphine opposite Tatiana Maslany.

Recent film credits include a supporting role in the critically acclaimed films Polytechnique, directed by Denis Villeneuve as well as Café De Flore, directed by Jean-Marc Vallée, which premiered at both the Venice Film Festival and Toronto Film Festival (TIFF) in 2011. In 2012, Evelyne starred in the lead role in the Canadian feature film Inch' Allah, which premiered at TIFF as well as the Berlin Film Festival, winning the Special Mention Prize of the Ecumenical Jury as well as the International Federation of Film Critics Prize. Her critically acclaimed performance garnered her a Canadian Screen Award nomination for Best Lead Actress. The following year, Evelyne received another Canadian Screen Award nomination, this time for Best Supporting Actress for her role in Tom At The Farm, directed by Xavier Dolan.

Upcoming projects include leading roles in the French Canadian film Les Loups directed by Sophie Deraspe and the highly anticipated feature Pawn Sacrifice directed by Ed Zwick, starring Tobey Maguire and Liev Schrieber. Brochu also shot The Nest, a short film directed by David Cronenberg in which she and Cronenberg himself are the only performers.

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