Actor, author, storyteller and director, Fabien Cloutier is a 2001 graduate of the Quebec
Conservatory of Dramatic Arts. Since then, he has performed in more than twenty theatrical productions in Quebec City and Montreal. On the small and the big screen, we have seen him in Karl / Max, La Maison du pêcheur, Blue Moon, Les pays d’en haut, Plan B and Boomerang. With his performance in Les Beaux Malaises, he won the Gémeaux Award for Best Supporting Role in 2015. As a columnist, he spiced up the shows Paparagilles and Esprit Critique. In 2017, he played the unique Mike Pratt, in Stéphane Lapointe's series Faits Divers, for which he won the Gémeaux Award for best lead in a drama series in 2018.
Fabien Cloutier is also the author and performer of the Scotstown and Cranbourne which have been performed on several stages across Quebec, just like his comedy show,
Assume. His play Billy (Les jours de hurlement) won the Gratien-Gélinas Prize in 2011, while Pour réussir un poulet won the prestigious Governor General's Literary Award in the fall of 2015. His play Bonne retraite, Jocelyne, which he also directed, was presented at the La Licorne Theater and Trident Theater. In addition, he is the originator, writer and main actor of the television series Léo, broadcast on Club illico.