Victor Andrés Trelles Turgeon

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A 2008 graduate of the National Theatre School of Canada, Victor Andrés Trelles Turgeon has held many outstanding roles in theatre, television and film.   

 Victor brilliantly played Father Malachy in the feature film Pour l’amour de dieu, directed by Micheline Lanctôt. He charmed viewers in the title role of the film Henri Henri directed by Martin Talbot. He also played François in Le Torrent directed by Simon Lavoie, garnering a nomination for his unforgettable performance at the Gala du cinéma. Recently, he was part of the cast of The Forbidden Room, directed by Guy Maddin and Even Johnson. In 2019, he touched Quebec audiences with his superb performance in Mariloup Wolfe’s Jouliks. In recent months, Victor starred in Stéphane Moukarzel’s feature film Sapins and in Yanie Dupont-Hébert’s 1+1+1. 

This massively talented actor is equally at home on the set of television productions. He played the character of Filou in the children’s series Salmigondis, which also earned him a nomination at the Gala des prix Gémeaux in 2017. He is part of the cast of Fatale Station, a series directed by Rafaël Ouellet, Victor Lessard, directed by Patrice Sauvé, and M’entends-tu ?, directed by Myriam Bouchard. In recent years, Victor has appeared in L’Échappée, Zoomizoon, Lac-noir, Une affaire criminelle, Les Bracelets Rouges, STAT, Bon matin Chuck, and Détective Surprenant. He has also appeared in the English-language productions Quantico, Blood and Treasure, Bellevue, and The Detectives.  

Victor Andrés Trelles Turgeon’s stage credits include Amuleto, directed by Catherine Vidal, Éclats et autres libertés, directed by Benoit Vermeulen, and the memorable Fredy, directed by Marc Beaupré.