Upon leaving the Montreal Conservatory of Dramatic Arts in 2000, Eve Duranceau began her television career in the popular Fortier series. She will then make appearances in shows such as Big Bear, Les Bougons, The Elliot Sisters, Tactik, Providence, All Truth and more recently in Trauma and 30 lives. She stood out particularly for the role of Lili, which she held for three years in Sylvain Archambault’s The Trader series. At the theater, she played in Quebec and France for several years, thanks to the play Éclats et autres libertés, a production of Théâtre Le Clou, directed by Benoît Vermeulen.
In the cinema, Eve works with several directors such as André Turpin in Time Warp, Denis Villeneuve in Polytechnique, Catherine Martin for Dans les villes and she also plays in several works by Olivier Godin. It was in 2008 that Denis Côté premiered his first big role in the feature film, Elle veux le chaos.
Eve is also from the cast of Y’en will have no easy Marc-André Lavoie and The happiness of others Jean-Philippe Pearson. In 2012, she played the role of Clara in Chloé Robichaud’s Chef de pack, a short film selected in official competition at the Cannes Film Festival. Eve is also part of Sarah’s favorite cast, as well as the female / female web series of the same author. We will see her soon to interpret the role of Tania, in the series Walk in the Shadows, directed by Francis Leclerc.