Philippe-Audrey Larrue-St-Jacques

A graduate of the Montreal Conservatoire d’art dramatique, Philippe-Audrey Larrue-St-Jacques landed roles in television, film and theatre right after graduation—Starbuck, Toute la vérité, Leçon d’hygiène et bestialité—and he also performed his own plays in various theatrical evenings.

n the winter of 2016, he was discovered by a wider audience thanks to the popular Like-moi series broadcast on Télé-Québec  for which he won his first Gémeau (Comedy acting 2018). During the same year, he collaborated on the program Code G on Vrak, became an author for the Urbania webzine, in addition to playing Kev in the movie De père en flic 2. In 2017, the ascent continued as he travelled to Paris to participate in more than 40 stand-up comedy events in just one month, allowing him to export his comedy to Europe and refine his jokes. That same year, he participated in his first major comedy gala and, as part of the Zoofest, presented his first solo show Hélas, ce n’est qu’un spectacle d’humour to a sold-out audience, and won first prize at the 2017 Zoofest. In 2018, he received nominations as Discovery of the year and Number of the year at the 2018 Les Oliviers gala.

Daniel Doummar

Daniel Doummar was born in Montreal and is of Egyptian descent. He is the brother of the actress and author, Nathalie Doummar. His role as Habib in the series Teodore. Without the H. is his first acting experience. Daniel Doummar is a part-time employee at Telus, a Canadian telecommunications company.

Nathalie Doummar

A graduate of the Montreal Conservatoire d’art dramatique, Nathalie Doummar is a multi-talented actress. In addition to being an expert of theatre performance, she is an accomplished singer and writer, and has taken specialized courses in acting in front of the camera. She presented her first play, Coco, in January 2016 at La Petite Licorne, directed by Mathieu Quesnel and produced by Théâtre Osmose, in collaboration with Lez Spread the Word. In 2017, she acted in the play L’amour est un dumpling, which she co-wrote with Mathieu Quesnel and Simon Lacroix, and she was also part of the cast of Ken Ludwig’s Les 3 tenors.

She appeared in the television series Nouvelle adresse, Boomerang, Au secours de Béatrice and L’heure bleue. In 2016, she made her film debut by playing Félixe, starring in the film Pays by director Chloé Robichaud. She was nominated for it in the “best performance by an actress in a leading role” category in the 2017 Canadian Screen Awards competition.

Louise Bombardier

Louise Bombardier has been working on a wide range of projects in theatre, television and film for over 40 years. She collaborated several times with renowned theatre directors such as Denis Marleau, Serge Denoncourt, Claude Poissant, Alice Ronfard and Martine Beaulne. She appeared in many successful television series including L’écrivain public, 30 vies, Série noire, Toute la vérité, Les invincibles and Les Bougon to name a few. With movies she was featured in Votez Bougon, Exit and Gerry. She was also part of the cast of the short film Fauve, winner of several awards, including the Special Jury Award at the 2018 Sundance Film Festival, and nominated for an Oscar for best short film.

Louise Bombardier was a finalist at the 2006 Gémeaux Awards for her role as Gisèle in Les Invincibles and a Gémeau winner in 2014 for her role as Louise in Série noire. For her theatre work, she won an award at le Gala des Masques for best actress for La salle des loisirs and another for best supporting role for Tout va pour le mieux.

Houda Rihani

Born in Casablanca, Houda Rihani is an actress and performer who made a name for herself both in Morocco and Quebec. This gifted actress effortlessly made her debut in theatre before moving to television and then film.

She got her first degree in 1998 at l’Institut Supérieur d’Art Dramatique et d’Animation Culturelle (in Rabat, Morocco), in the performance option. She then appeared in several films, series, TV movies and sitcoms before deciding to continue her studies to complete a DESS degree in Management of Cultural Organizations at HEC Montréal. She now lives and works in Montreal, but she continues to act in productions in her home country.

Houda Rihani has received several awards and honours during her artistic career including the Young Hope Award at the Festival national du Théâtre professionnel de Meknès in 1999, the best actress award at the Tetouan International Mediterrenean Film Festival (18th edition) in 2012, the best actress award at the Festival national du Film de Tanger and the special mention from the jury at the Festival Cinéma et Migration d’Agadir in 2015. Furthermore, Houda Rihani was a member of the jury at the 6th Festival du film francophone de Safi in 2008, member of the jury at the 11th Festival ciné de Martil in 2011 and member of the jury at the 13th Festival national du Film de Tanger in 2012.

Lori’anne Bemba

Born in France, but of Senegalese and Congolese descent, Lori’anne Bemba arrived in Quebec at the age of 4. Passionate about theatre since her early childhood, she has been given many opportunities to perform over the years. In 2012, she enrolled in a high school with a theatre program and she learned the art of performance. In 2018, she appeared on the Quat’Sous stage in Geneviève Pettersen’s play La déesse des mouches à feu. Her role as Cheryl in the series Teodore. Without the H. is her first acting experience in a web series. Lori’anne Bemba is currently studying administration in CEGEP.


TEODORE - Philippe-Audrey Larrue-St-Jacques
HABIB - Daniel Doummar
AGATHE - Nathalie Doummar
MARTINE - Louise Bombardier
MAGDA - Houda Rihani
CHERYL - Lori’anne Bemba

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