Noémie Yelle was born on in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. She is an actress and producer, known for Ma vie en cinémascope (2004), Féminin / Féminin (2014) and Mouvements du desire (1994).
Her career began with the role of Éloïse Gadouas in In the name of the father and the son in 1993. Comes immediately after the series Blanche, in which she obtains a leading role. Year after year, the young actress has made her mark and won the hearts of Quebecers. She participates in several episodes of the Short Scale (staging of children’s novels by Quebec authors) with the character of Stéphanie.
However, it was in 2001 that Noémie began to be more and more known to the public thanks to the role of Annabelle Courval in the family TV series Ramdam broadcast on Télé-Québec.. The character of Annabelle is jovial, bubbly, touching and full of humor. Over the seasons, this character will become a staple of the series. Subsequently, roles in the cinema including They were five (2004), My life in cinemascope (2004), Aurore (2005) and Cruising Bar 2 (2008) come, but also in many series such as Les Ex, Destinées, Virginie and Our summers.