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.