Éric Robidoux has been playing on stage for more than twenty years, as an actor and as a dancer. He is known for having a large appetite for creation, involved in several collaborations with choreographers such as Estelle Clareton, Dave-St-Pierre and Frédéric Gravel, as well as with numerous directors such as Christian Lapointe and Robert Lepage, to name a few.
Since 2011, Éric has evolved within a dozen plays, namely Sepsis, Oxygène, Pelléas et Mélisandre (Christian Lapointe), Jocaste Reine (Lorraine Pintal), Les flâneurs célestes (Jean-Simon traversy), Un tramway nommé Désir (Serge Denoncourt), Judy Garland, la fin d’une étoile (Michel Poirier), Britannicus (Florent Siaud) and Le Roman de Monsieur Molière (Lorraine Pintal) where he played the lead role.
In addition to being part of the experimental and multidisciplinary project Séances, we have seen him on the big screen in Love Project, Carole Laure’s feature-length movie, in L’amour au temps de la guerre civile by Rodrigue Jean as well as in Louise Archambault’s Il pleuvait des oiseaux.
On multiple occasions, he has collaborated with Jean-François Leblanc, specifically in Le Prince de Val Bé, Landgrave and Le gars de la shop. Éric has accumulated many roles in different television series, notably Les beaux malaises (TVA), Mon Ex à moi II (Série +), Marche à l’ombre (Super Écran), Fatale-Station (SRC), L’Échappée (TVA), O' (TVA), Faits Divers 3 (SRC), 5e rang (SRC), Alertes (TVA) and Cérébrum (SRC). He also played the title role of Edgar (Crave).
Recently, we have seen him in the cherished series Indéfendable, Désobéir : le choix de Chantale Daigle and Mégantic, a role which placed him finalist at the 2023 Gémeaux Prize. Renewing his collaboration with the director in 2024, he embodies Marc in Vil et Misérable by Jean-François Leblanc.