Élodie Grenier

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Élodie Grenier studied at the Conservatoire d’art dramatique de Québec. Since then, she has been seen on television in series such as “À cœur Battant,” “Alertes II,” “Nuit blanche,” and “District 31.” Since 2018, she has portrayed Passe-Partout both on television and in theater, and even collaborated with the Orchestre Métropolitain for the show “Passe-Partout Symphonique.” In cinema, she has been part of the cast of films like “Fanny ne sort jamais sans son bat,” “Solstice d’un cœur brisé,” and “Flashwood.” On the theatrical stage, she was part of this year’s cast of “Le Pif luisant” at Rideau Vert and was involved in “Les Voisins,” directed by André Robitaille, on tour in Quebec in 2022. In the past, she has performed in plays including “Voleurs d’occasion,” “Qui a peur de Virginia Woolf?,” and “Petite fête chez Barbe Bleue.” She has also participated in several web series, including “20h30 chez Mathieu,” “Synvain Dépôt,” “Bulle de stars,” and “Hypno.”