After graduating from the Conservatoire d’art dramatique de Montréal in 2009, Alice Pascual appeared in the Théâtre de La Roulotte production of Les aventures de Lagardère, based on the novel by Paul Féval. Since then she has shone in nearly 15 plays, navigating with ease between different repertoires. In 2010, under the direction of Yves Desgagnés, she played Douniacha in Chekhov’s La cerisaie (The Cherry Orchard). She then appeared in Anja Hilling’s Tristesse animal noir (2012) and Fanny Britt’s Bienveillance (2014), both presented at ESPACE GO and directed by Claude Poissant, who also directed her in 2015 in On ne badine pas avec l’amour by Alfred de Musset at the Théâtre Denise-Pelletier. The same year, she appeared at the Théâtre d’Aujourd’hui in Annick Lefebvre’s J’accuse, remounted in 2017. In 2018, for the Théâtre Prospero, she played an elementary school teacher in the one-woman show Madame Catherine prépare sa classe de troisième à l’irrémédiable.
For La Manufacture, Alice Pascual stood out in 2012 for her performance in Ce moment(Moment) by Irish playwright Deirdre Kinahan, directed by Denis Bernard, and in 2016 in Marc O’Rowe’sTerminus, directed by Michel Monty. At La Licorne, she also appeared in Annabel Soutar’s Fredy (2016), produced by Porte Parole, and was part of the cast of Jonathan Garfinkel’s La maison aux 67 langues (House of Many Tongues), presented in the spring of 2019 and directed by Philippe Lambert.
Her television credits include Toute la vérité, Yamaska, 30 vies, Nouvelle adresse, and O’. She also appeared in the series Prémonition and in the popular series Trop, where she played the very likeable Manuela.
She has appeared in various short films screened at festivals (including Marie-Ève Juste’s Plage de sable and François Jaros’s Maurice), and more recently in Matt & Max, Xavier Dolan’s latest film.