Antoine Vézina

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Antoine Vézina (born in Quebec City, Quebec) is a Québécois actor. A 2000 alum of the Université du Québec à Montréal with a bachelor's degree in theater, Vézina has a strong improvisational theater background, having performed in the Quebec improvisational leagues the Ligue universitaire d'improvisation (LUI, league of Université Laval), the Ligue d'improvisation centrale de l'UQAM (LicUQAM, league of the Université du Québec à Montréal), the Cravates, the Ligue d'improvisation Globale, the Limonade, the Ligue d'improvisation montréalaise (LIM) and the reputed Ligue nationale d'improvisation (LNI). He is also a member of the improvisational troupe Cinplass.

Vézina was part of the winning team of the international improv competition the Mondial d’Impro in Strasbourg, France. In conventional theater, he played in 2005 the role of Don Bazile in The Barber of Seville. He was cast for the lead character in the television show La Job, a Quebec adaptation of the British The Office. He was seen in a number of television advertising campaigns like those of the Fédération des producteurs de lait du Québec, Chrysler Jeep-Dodge and the Yellow Pages.

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