Simon Pigeon

Simon Pigeon has more than one string to his bow, so much so that over the years, he has managed to make his way into the Quebec cultural universe. It was in Les étoiles filantes, at the age of 14, that Simon began his television career. His role as Thomas in this series earned him a Gémeaux nomination for best male supporting role (drama).


He is currently seen in 5e Rang and Nuit Blanche . Simon was also part of the cast of La Dérape, Olivier, District 31, Lourd, Marche à l'ombre and Les beaux malaises.


He got his first big screen role at the age of 15, in Un été sans point ni coup sûr. Since then, we have seen him in Prank. His interpretation of Jean-Sé earned him a nomination at the Gala Québec-Cinéma for best supporting actor.

Photo credit : Maxime Tremblay

He also played in the films 1987, Il était une fois les boys, Corbo, Le Déserteur, L'amour and Flashwood. In addition, Simon made his first steps in the theater in Romeo and Juliet at the TNM.

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