Julie Le Breton
Julie LeBreton built a successful career by effortlessly transitioning between comedic roles and in countless dramas on both TV and in film. Born in Québec, Canada, LeBreton trained at the College Option-Théatre Lionel-Groulx in Ste. Therese, Québec. She made her debut on the youth program "Watatatow" (Radio-Canada, 1990-2005), followed by appearances on comedies like "Les aventures tumultueses de Jack Carter" (Radio-Canada, 2003) and "Les Bougon: C'est aussi ça la vie" (Radio-Canada, 2004-06), and on the crime drama "Minuit, le soir" (Radio-Canada, 2005). LeBreton's many film credits include a featured part in "Québec-Montréal" (2002), as a woman who decides to suddenly separate from her boyfriend on a highway, the lead in "Déformation personnelle" (2003), and an appearance in "Maman Last Call" (2005). One of her most memorable roles was in "The Rocket: The Legend of Rocket Richard" (2005), which chronicled the life of ice hockey player, Maurice "The Rocket" Richard. LeBreton played Richard's steadfast wife, Lucille Richard, who was proud of his accomplishments yet feared for his safety. Television projects kept LeBreton in the limelight, including roles on "François en série" (2006), "Nos étés" (Groupe TVA, 2005-08), and "Mauvais Karma" ("Bad Karma") (Radio-Canada, 2010-11). She starred in the thriller "Cadavres" (2009) as a disillusioned TV actress who reunites with her long-lost brother to investigate their mother's sudden death, and in the hit comedy "Starbuck" (2011), as a pregnant woman whose boyfriend discovers that, as a sperm donor, he has fathered 533 children.