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Danielle Desormeaux

Born and raised in Northern Ontario, Danielle studied Music at Queen's University and graduated in 1984. She began her acting career in 1991 in Ottawa. Film and television credits include: How the Gimquat Found Her Song (2007 Award of Excellence - Accolade Television Awards, 2008 Best Children's Program - Banff World Television Festival), the Oscar-winning Affliction (dir. Paul Schrader), Stardom (dir. Denis Arcand), The War of 1812, Big Sugar (dir. Brian McKenna). Some of her favourite stage projects include: The Seagull (dir. Peter Hinton – Segal Centre for Performing Arts, The Comedy of Errors (dir. Peter Hinton - NAC/Centaur), Umloüt, MöcShplat (dir. Alain Goulem - Clowns Gone Bad) , National Capital/e Nationale (dir. Robert Lepage – NAC), as well as her own bilingual adaptation of The Anger In Ernest and Ernestine (dir. Alain Goulem - Hudson Village Theatre). Danielle has been a member of Platypus Theatre's touring company since 1997, performing theatre for young audiences with symphony orchestras across the Canada, the U.S. and South-East Asia.

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