Paul Doucet

Over the past 25 years, Paul Doucet has made numerous appearances in theater, television and film, playing a wide variety of roles in English and French.

In the theater, he has played under the direction of Lorraine Pintal, René Richard-Cyr, Denise Filiatrault and Martine Beaulne, to name a few.

On television, he brilliantly played the title role in the series Jean Duceppe. His performance earned him the 2002 Gémeaux award for best actor. He was then seen in Musée Éden and Mauvais Karma, for which he received Gemini nominations in both drama and comedy. He also participated in the cult series Unité 9, Les Pays d'en haut and District 31, and will be in the cast of the new series Indéfendable in the fall of 2022.

In cinema, after having participated in many feature films, his role as Rémi in Patrick Huard's Les 3 p'tits cochons in 2007 earned him a nomination for supporting role at the Gala des Jutra. He then played the role of Jonathan Aaronson, a character inspired by Coco Douglass Léopold in Funkytown by Daniel Roby, and more recently Jacques in Les vieux chums by Claude Chagnon.


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