Maxim Roy

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Maxim Roy
Born Maxim Roy
(1972-03-07) March 7, 1972 (age 42)
Rigaud, Quebec, Canada
Other names Max
Height 5 ft 7 in (1.70 m)
Website
http://maximroy.com

Maxim Roy (born March 7, 1972 in Rigaud, Quebec, Canada) is a Canadian actress from Quebec .

Career[edit]

Roy has worked in theater, film and television. Her breakthrough was the lead in a thirteen-episode TV series Au nom du Pere et du Fils. She then went on to do the sequel, Le Sorcier. She appeared in Love & Human Remains and in the television film Platinum. Her theatrical work includes roles in musicals and in the play L'Affaire Tartuffe. She appeared in the Golden Reel winning Les Boys in 1999.[1]

Roy is a founder and co-owner of the film production company, Sanna Films. The company's first film Final Four, was written and directed by Roy. She plays a part in a second production, Lotto 6/66, starring Peter Miller and directed by one of Roy's partners, Dominic Laurence James.[2]

She is the sister of québécois actors Gildor Roy, Luc Roy (with whom she starred in Coyote), and Yvon Roy.

Filmography[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "Biography." MaximRoy.com
  2. ^ "What's New." MaximRoy.com

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