Mylène St-Sauveur

From as young as 7 years old, Mylène St-Sauveur expressed her desire to become an actress and that desire became an ambition when she appeared in her first movie three years later. Since that moment, the very young and talented actress has appeared in more than 12 feature films, shot here in Quebec, but also in France, Belgium and Italy. Most of the movies she’s in were able to travel in festivals all around the world. Mylène didn’t stop after that. She also appeared in more than 20 TV shows and started her theatrical career as well. She played the one and only “Anne Frank” in the play “Le journal d’Anne Frank”, written by Eric-Emmanuel Schmitt at the Théâtre du Nouveau Monde in Montréal. She received for her moving performance, two prestigious awards that confirm her talent to adapt. For sure, 2016 had been a big year for Mylène, with the release of “King Dave” by Daniel Grou (Podz), and “Un jour mon Prince…” by Flavia Coste in France. She proved over the years, her will to become a great artist. This year, in 2017, we will be able to see her in two new TV shows, “L’heure bleue” and “Sur-Vie”, with Pamela Anderson.

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