Trained actor, Amélie Dallaire graduated from the Montreal Dramatic Arts Conservatory in 2006. Since then, she has been part of the movies Trois saisons (Jim Donovan, 2008), Laurentie (Mathieu Denis et Simon Lavoie, 2011), and La femme de mon frère (Monia Chokri, 2019). She has immersed herself extensively in creation as a performer, namely with Mathieu Quesnel, Philippe Lambert, Simon Lacroix and Charles Dauphinais.
Writing and creating has always been a very important part of her artistic career. As an author, director and actor, she took part in the Théâtre Tout Court soirees, with the Absolu Théâtre company. If the short play is the equivalent of what the short-film is to cinema, it was a way for Amélie to take her first steps into the vast realm of theatre creation. Her first long play, Queue Cerise, was created in the Jean-Claude Germain hall of the CTDA in January 2016, under the direction of Olivier Morin.
In May 2019, at the Petite Licorne, she created the play La Fissure, for which she takes on the position of director. Her last play Limbo, was performed in February 2022 at the Théâtre Aux Écuries. During autumn of the same year, she was part of the cast of Une fille en or, played at the Fred-Barry hall. In 2023, she lent her talent to Félix-Antoine Boutin in Sur l'apparition des os dans le corps, on the Théâtre Prospero stage. In addition, Amélie is also part of the television show 5e rang on Radio-Canada.