For more than 30 years, Claude Lemieux has worked in the arts. An actor, stage director and teacher, he has performed in many theatrical, cinematographic and television productions, has directed a dozen theatre productions and has taught acting workshops at institutions and privately.
On television, he is known, amongst various performances, for his portrayal of Bertrand Fournel in Omerta, of Luc Messier in Tabou I and II and of Raymond Laurin in Watatatow. His most recent roles for the theatre have been: Le frère Laurent and the father of Juliette in Romeo and Juliette, Casimir Flore in the Société de Métis by Normand Chaurette, the father of Gregor in the Metamophosis by Franz Kafka, Hanta in Une trop bruyante solitude by Brohumil Hrabal. His most significant stage directions were Yel by Hanokh Levin, Démon by Lars Noren, La femme comme champ de bataille and Théâtre décomposé by Mateï Visniec.
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