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Louise Portal

Louise Portal began her film career in 1972 in Clemont Perron's Taurean and went on to star in Pierre Harel's Vie d'Ange and Anne Clare Poirier's Scream From Silence, before winning over audiences as a murderess in Jean Beaudin's Cordelia. More recently, she had major roles in Denise Filiatrault's Alice's Odyssey, Charles Biname's Seraphin: Heart of Stone, Robert Favreau's The Orphan Muses, Michel Brault's Quand je serai part . . . vous vivrez encore, Rodrigue Jean's Full Blast, Yves Dion's The Big Snake of the World, Jean Beaudin's Memories Unlocked, Johanne Pregent's Les Amoureuses and Pierre Gang's Not Me! for which she earned the Guy L'Ecuyer Prize.

On television, Portal stars in the popular televison series Tabou. She also makes regular appearances on the soap opera Emma and was part of the cast of Riviere-desĀ­Jeremie, Fortier, Lobby and et Diva. An accomplished writer, she has also published two novels: L'Enchantee and Cap-au-Renard. On stage, her work includes Romeo and Juliette directed by Martine Beaulne and Les Muses Orhpelines directed by Rene Richard Cyr.

Note: This profile was written in or before 2004.

Louise Portal Facts

Birth Name Louise Lapointe
BirthdayMay 12, 1950 (71)
BirthplaceChicoutimi, Quebec, Canada

Selected Filmography

Not available.