Claire Brosseau

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Claire Brosseau (born Claire Elyse Brosseau; February 24, 1977 in Montreal, Quebec) is a Canadian actress, comedian, and podcaster. She is a graduate of John Abbott College in Montreal and the Neighborhood Playhouse acting school in New York City.

She works in film, television, theatre and musical theatre. She lives in Toronto but often works in Montreal. In 2003, she was nominated in the Best Actress category for a MECCA (Montreal English Circle Critics Award) for her portrayal of Louise in Daniel MacIvor's Marion Bridge.

Her film credits include: Confessions of a Dangerous Mind (2002), My First Wedding (2004), Geraldine's Fortune (2004), Phil the Alien (2005), A Previous Engagement (2005), The Ecstasy Note (2006), Framed for Murder (2007), The Love of Her Life (2008), Girl's Best Friend, and Who is KK Downey? (2008).

Her television credits include: Ciao Bella (2003), Petits mythes urbains (2004), Dr. Norman Bethune (2006), and The Business (2007).

In 2007, Brosseau was chosen to represent Montreal in the Homegrown Competition at the international Just for Laughs comedy festival.

In 2017, Brosseau began co-hosting the podcast Views From the 6ix with comedian Jamillah Ross. The podcast covers topics like, marijuana use, reality TV, life in Toronto, baseball, and dating.[1][better source needed]


  1. ^ "Views From the 6ix - homepage". Views From the 6ix. Retrieved 27 May 2018. 

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Claire Brosseau is the author of the blog The 1 Year Manbbatical published on her website and in NOW Magazine

She is a regular contributor at the CBC's "Day 6".

In 2010 she competed in the Seattle International Comedy Competition, & appeared at the Sudbury Comedy Festival and NXNE.

In 2011 she is appearing at the Winnipeg Comedy Festival.