Isabelle Blais (actress and singer)
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Isabelle Sophie Emilie Blais (ca. 1975) is a Canadian film and television actress and singer.
Isabelle Blais was born in 1975 in Trois-Rivières, Quebec. She is a graduate of the Montreal campus of the Conservatoire de musique et d'art dramatique du Québec. She quickly charmed critics by her stage interpretation of Juliette in Romeo and Juliette, and in 2001, won their attention for her role in Soft Shell Man by André Turpin.
In 2002, she appeared in Confessions of a Dangerous Mind by George Clooney. In 2003, she was awarded a Jutra Award for "Best Supporting Actress" for her role in Quebec-Montreal by Ricardo Trogi. In the same year, appeared in The Barbarian Invasions, by Denys Arcand. In 2004, she appeared in a leading role in Les Aimants, by Yves Pelletier, for which she was nominated for a second Jutra Award, for Best Actress, as well as being nominated for a Genie Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role. In 2007, she appeared in a supporting role in Sur la trace d'Igor Rizzi, by Noël Mitrani.
- 2001 : Soft Shell Man: Marie
- 2002 : Confessions of a Dangerous Mind : Chuck's Date #2
- 2002 : Québec-Montréal
- 2002 : Savage Messiah
- 2003 : The Barbarian Invasions: Sylvaine
- 2004 : Monica la mitraille: Sylvana
- 2004 : Les Aimants
- 2007 : Sur la trace d'Igor Rizzi
- 2008 : Borderline: Kiki
- 2010 : The High Cost of Living: Nathalie
- 2010 : Le Baiser du barbu: Vicky