Dominique Leduc (Québec)

Dominique Leduc is an actress and a cofounder of Momentum theatre. Her work within the company has led her to write and direct several shows, including Game, 7 Façons d’Apprêter un Cadavre, and most recently, L’ardent Désir des Fleurs de Cacao. As an actress, she has appeared on many stages, such as le Théâtre du Nouveau Monde (Kean; Le Misanthrope; Tristan et Yseult), Espace GO (Toutefemme; Top Girls; Désordre public), La Licorne (Août; Un Repas à la Campagne; Doldrum Bay) and Théâtre Denise-Pelletier (Les Justes; Les Fridolinades; Les Trois Mousquetaires; and Bousille et Les Justes, for which she received a Les Masques nomination.) With Momentum, Leduc recently acted in Buffet Chinois and Mycologie, the newest creation of Stéphane Crête. During the 2010-2011 season, she toured Quebec with the play Piaf, performing the eponymous lead role.

On television, she has acted in numerous soap operas and series, including Providence, Yamaska, Les Hauts et les Bas de Sophie Paquin, Temps Dur, Ces enfants d’ailleurs and Cauchemar d’Amour, which earned her a Gemini Award nomination. Leduc plays the role of Esther in the popular children’s TV series KABOUM. She has also appeared in several films, such as Alexis Durand-Brault’s feature film Ma Fille, Mon Ange and Love-moi, the major work of filmmaker Marcel Simard.