Karine Vanasse

A talented, charismatic actress, Karine Vanasse achieved international stardom and critical acclaim. Born Nov. 24, 1983 in Drummondville, Qubec, Canada, Karine Vanasse won a Gmeaux Award for hosting the kids' science ... Read more »
Born: 11/24/1983 in Drummondville, Quebec, CA


Actor (20)

Buddha's Little Finger 2016 (Movie)

Anna (Actor)

Revenge 2014 - 2015 (Tv Show)


The Forbidden Room 2015 (Movie)

Florence Labadie (Actor)

X-Men: Days of Future Past 2014 (Movie)

French Emergency Nurse (Actor)

All the Wrong Reasons 2013 (Movie)


En Solitaire 2013 (Movie)


Laurence Anyways 2013 (Movie)


The Carbon Rush Movie 2013 (Movie)


Pan Am 2011 - 2012 (TV Show)


French Immersion: C'est la Faute a Trudeau 2011 (Movie)

Julie Tremblay (Actor)

Midnight in Paris 2011 (Movie)

Belle Époque Couple (Actor)

Polytechnique 2011 (Movie)

Valerie (Actor)

Switch 2011 (Movie)


Perdu avec toi 2010 (Movie)


The Child Prodigy 2010 (Movie)


My Daughter, My Angel 2007 (Movie)


Head in the Clouds 2004 (Movie)

Lisette (Actor)

Set Me Free 2000 (Movie)

Hanna (Actor)

Killer Wave (TV Show)

Producer (1)

Paul à Québec 2015 (Movie)



A talented, charismatic actress, Karine Vanasse achieved international stardom and critical acclaim. Born Nov. 24, 1983 in Drummondville, Québec, Canada, Karine Vanasse won a Gémeaux Award for hosting the kids' science series, "Les débrouillards" (TFO, 1990-2003), but ascended to movie stardom with the starring role in Léa Pool's powerful "Emporte-moi" ("Set Me Free") (1999), the coming-of-age tale of an unusually intelligent and sensitive 13-year-old tomboy. Recognized as a major find, Vanasse won a slew of international honors, including Best Actress Jutra, Chlotrudis, Golden Bayard, Youth Jury and Toronto International Film Festival awards. Back on TV, actress earned a Gémeaux nomination for her supporting turn as a troubled young woman on the drama "2 frères" (TVA, 1999-2001). On the big screen, Vanasse delivered another masterful performance as Donalda, an angelic young woman forced into an unhappy marriage with the titular scoundrel "Séraphin: un homme et son péché" (2002), for which she earned a Best Actress Genie nomination and won another Best Actress Jutra Award. She starred in the miniseries "October 1970" (CBC, 2006), essayed the doomed queen "Marie-Antoinette" (Radio-Canada, 2006), and performed double duty as producer-actress on "Polytechnique" (2009), winning an Best Actress Genie for her work in the thoughtful, immensely moving analysis of the tragic real-life "Montréal Massacre." Receiving an international profile boost, Vanasse appeared in Woody Allen's sleeper hit "Midnight in Paris" (2011) and booked a series regular role as a French flight attendant on the glossy, 1960s-set airline drama "Pan Am" (ABC, 2011-12).


Renée Gamache


Conrad Vanasse




Acted opposite Owen Wilson in Woody Allen-directed fantasy romance "Midnight in Paris"


Landed a regular role on the ABC 1960s-era drama "Pan Am" as the romantic Parisian Colette


Cast in a supporting role opposite Charlize Theron and Penelope Cruz in war drama "Head in the Clouds"


Starred in Canadian film "Games of the Heart"


Played the title role of a teenager trying to find her identity in a tormented family environment in drama feature "Set Me Free"


Co-hosted the Canadian children's program "Les débrouillards"

Appeared in Quebec's teen show "Club des 100 watts" after winning a lip sync competition