Gabriel Sabourin Conjointe 2020: In addition to being a television personality, Geneviève Rioux also performs in theatre, television, and film in Quebec. She received her bachelor’s degree in drama from the Conservatoire d’art dramatique de Montréal in 1983.
Rioux was nominated for a Genie Award in 1987 for her second film performance, Danielle in Le Déclin de l’empire américain, for which she received a nomination.
In 1989, for her performance in Roméo et Juliette, she was awarded the Gascon-Roux Prize for best stage actress. She also received the Prix Gémeaux for Best Female Performance in a Supporting Role – Dramatic for her work on the television series L’Héritage in the same year. Rioux was awarded the Prix Gémeaux for the second time in 2004 for her dramatic performance in the television series Chartrand et Simonne.
During her theatrical career, she performed roles from both the classical and current repertory. She has appeared in more than 30 pieces, including: Gabriel Sabourin’s Le prince des jouisseurs, directed by Normand Chouinard; Le prince des jouisseurs, directed by Normand Chouinard; Le prince des jouisseurs, directed by Normand Chouinard; Le prince des jouisseurs, directed by Normand Chouinard; Le prince des jouisseurs, directed by Normand Chouinard; Le prince des jouisseurs, directed by Norman Claude Poissant directs Étienne Lepage’s Rouge gueule, a film by the same name. Un certain Stanislavski, a film by Marcel Sabourin and Gabriel Sabourin, directed by Louis Choquette; Un certain Stanislavski, a film by Marcel Sabourin and Gabriel Sabourin, directed by Louis Choquette; In Clash, written and directed by Daniel Lemire, the characters come face to face with one other. Charles L. Mee is constructing the structure, which is being directed by Luce Pelletier. Luce Pelletier directs the production of Les Grecques. Marivaux’s Le jeu de l’amour et du hasard, edited by Danielle Fichaud, is a play about love and chance. Julie Vincent’s Le portier de la gare Windsor; Molière’s Le Misanthrope, edited by Olivier Reichenbach; and Shakespeare’s Roméo et Juliette, edited by Guillermo de Andrea are among the titles available.
Geneviève Rioux was the inspiration and co-writer for the documentary Crée-moi, crée-moi pas (English title: Impulses), which was directed by Marie-Pascale Laurencelle and produced by Marie-France Bazzo, and which aired on Télé-Québec in January 2013 (in French).
After competing at the Festival international du film sur l’art, the documentary was selected for the Brooklyn Girl Film Festival, where it received a “Audience Award” for best documentary.
Rioux has been a member of the women’s committee of the Union des Artistes since 2001, where she has advocated for equal pay and the elimination of ageism.
Sophie Lorain and Alexis Durand-Brault have a lot more in common than just their love lives. She is also creating many projects with the help of her spouses, such as the film “Charlotte has fun,” which was proposed in March, and the television series “Ten percent,” which is currently in development at TVA.
The couple even started their own production firm, which they named ALSO. Jean-François Pichette, a well-known face in the entertainment sector, has previously made the heart of Denise Filiatrault’s daughter beat faster: he is the son of Denise Filiatrault. In fact, the two performers appeared together in various sequences from the television series “Fortier” in the early 2000s.