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France has been on stage since she can remember. A member of UdA, ACTRA and UBCP, she had her first professional stage contract when she was 18 and has been making a living at what she loves for the past ten years, in both French and English. Whether in front of a microphone, in front of a podium, on stage in a play or on a Film set, France feels comfortable in all mediums and gets the job done with a warm smile!
France is a graduate of the theatre department at The University of Ottawa. She has been on stage in numerous French and English shows, with independent theatre companies in town, and co-ops, gracing the Fringe Festival stages more than a few times, during the past ten years.
Her last Fringe venture “Get Off the Cross, Mary!”, just garnered an X-tra West Hero Award for Best Live Performance of 2008.
She has been on many sets, including Deadzone, Stargate-Atlantis, The L Word, Psych and many commercials. She loves independent films and shorts, and has participated in a variety of them, which are winning awards and screening around the world at festivals. Check out www.goingwestpictures.com (re: Peking Turkey), www.codependent.com (re: Swimming Lessons) and coming soon -a clip on youtube from a feature called Voicebox.
Commercial voice overs include such clients as :Intrawest, The Cash Store, Pizza Freschetta, Capital Direct, Lipton ... as for cartoons, France recently guest starred on “Martha Speaks” - a fabulous new show, and she continues to do more!
Live announcing has included The 2007 Canada Winter Games in Whitehorse, where France was the Live Bilingual Announcer for the Opening and Closing Ceremonies. She is also the regular House Bilingual MC for the annual Canadian Association of Broadcasters Conference, in Ottawa, as well as, a regular moderator at the Vancouver International Writers and Readers Festival.
Voice Acting Roles
Anime Staff Positions
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