An actor, author, director, host and columnist, Louise Latraverse directed the Quat’sous Theatre from 1984 to 1986. She strikes the theatre world by defending more than thirty roles, expanding from comedy to drama, from classic theatre to creation. On television, she begins in 1986 by hosting Jeunesse oblige and continues to dazzle with her humour and sensitivity in fictions such as Côte de sable, Moi et l’autre, Symphorien, Grand-Papa, Les héritiers Duval and Le retour. She stars in La Promesse and Mauvais Karma, productions for which she wins a Gémeaux Award in the category Best Female Performance in a Supporting Role in 2007 and 2002. She is also part of the cast of 30 vies, playing the role of Monique.
On the big screen, she embodies characters with accuracy and passion in Les Orders by Michel Brault, Eliza’s horoscope by Gordon Sheppard, Deux actrices by Micheline Lanctôt, À l’origine du cri by Robin Aubert and Mon cirque à moi by Myriam Bouchard. In 2009, she joins the team of Pour le plaisir as a columnist and participates in the radio show Medium large, broadcast on la Première chaine. From 2013 to 2016, Louise also signs weekly columns in La Presse +. We recently saw her in the show Les Simone, directed by Ricardo Trogi and in Ruptures, directed by François Bouvier.