From Quebec City to Montreal, with stopovers in Paris and England, this globetrotting jack-of-all-trades will delight audiences with her charisma and nuanced acting.
After completing a diploma at Paris’ Cours Florent acting school in 2006, Elizabeth spent over a year playing various characters in the entertainment division of Disneyland Paris. Next, she flew off to England, where she got acquainted with film sets such as the Bad Girls television series and Mike Nichols’ full-length feature Closer.
Back in Montreal, Elizabeth continued to build on her theatre experience with unwavering enthusiasm and cultivating her artistic vision—one that is always engaged, multifaceted and fueled by the city’s rich cultural dialog. She became involved with a number of organizations including Diversité Artistique Montréal, a flagship organization devoted to promoting diversity in the city’s arts and culture. In 2008, she founded Théâtre Autrement Dit, whose first production Sainte-Carmen de la main, a play written by Michel Tremblay and directed by Simon Boulerice, was presented in August 2009 at the Monument-National with great success. She then appeared in Eric Piccoli’s web series Temps mort, before joining the ranks of the Théâtre Parminou. The year 2012 has begun auspiciously for Elizabeth as she learns the pleasures of writing, mentored by Fabien Dupuis and Nadine Jean.