Since graduating from National Theater School, Léane Labrèche-Dor has walked the boards of several stages: that of the Jean-Duceppe Theatre in Les muses orphelines, of the Espace Go in the play Villa Dolorosa, and of the Theatre d’Aujourd’hui, in Annick Lefebvre’s creation J’accuse. From 2016 to 2019, she travels around Quebec with the show On t’aime Mickaël Gouin.
On television, Léane played Charlène in 30 vies, on Radio-Canada, and Fanny in Camping de l’Ours, broadcast on VRAK. She was also one of the regulars in the very popular sketch show SNL Québec (Télé-Québec) and its sequel, Le Nouveau Show (SRC and Tou.tv). Léane is one of the four headliners of the comedy series Les Magnifiques, produced by KOTV on Radio-Canada, she also takes on the role of Camille the psychologist in Cérébrum, Richard Blaimert’s new series. She worked on multiple web projects such as Sylvain, le magnifique, 7$ par jour, Le Frigidaire and La règle de 3. She also co-hosted La vie n’est pas un magazine, joined by Catherine Trudeau.
Léane also takes on several feature films including Julie Hivon’s Qu’est ce qu’on fait ici, Guillaume Lambert’s Les scenes fortuites, and Sophie Dupuis’ critically acclaimed Chien de Garde. In 2020, Léane defends the first role in the film Le Rire, directed by Martin Laroche, and is nominated at the Gala Quebec Cinema for her performance. She is also part of the cast of Escouade 99, an adaptation of the popular Americain show, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, available on Club Illico.