Catherine De Seve

Born in Montreal, Canada, two-time Gemeaux nominated actor, Catherine De Seve studied butoh dance in Japan with 95 year old Kazuo Ohno. She then graduated with a degree in performance from the National Theatre School of Canada. She divides her time and versatile talent between theatre, television, voice work and film. She made a name for herself in Quebec television with Sketch Show, the Quebec adaptation of the British comedy series. She was a Series Regular on Radio-Canada’s L’Auberge du Chien Noir for 15 years where she played the role of Anaïs Provencher. On the stage she has played, among other roles, the Marquise de Merteuil in Dangerous Liaisons (in English) and Stella in A Streetcar Named Desire (in French). She speaks fluent French, English, and Spanish as well as functional Japanese and Italian. She directed a short film, entitled Hidden Dance, which was produced by her company Catfou. She practices meditation on a daily basis and enjoys family life, pottery and her cottage.

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