In 1969, while Award-winning Canadian star Remy Girard was a law student in Quebec, he joined the legendary Troupe des Treize at the Universite de Laval, and he hasn't stopped working since. Over the last 30 years, he has appeared in more than 30 feature films, and at least as many plays and mini-series. For his role in Denys Arcand's Jesus of Montreal he won a Genie for Best Supporting Actor. Most recently, he starred in Charles Biname's Seraphin: Heart of Stone, Les Boys I, II and III and two films for Georges Mihaka -- The Ideal Man and La Florida. He currently stars on the popular Canadian television series Emma.
On stage, Girard's work includes L'Ouvre Boite directed by Martine Beaulne and Les Joyeuses Commeres de Windsor for director Yves Desgagnes, as well as critically acclaimed performances in Don Quixote and Waiting for Godot.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2004.
Rémy Girard Facts
|August 10, 1950 (73)
|Jonquière, Quebec, Canada