National Theatre School of Canada
Starred in and co-wrote comedy-drama "Amsterdam"
Directed first film, "Les cavaliers de la canette."
Landed starring role on "Minuit, le soir."
To train for his role in "In the Name of the Law," Champagne had to practice shooting at a range, which went against his pacifist nature.
He considers the fact that he took so long to earn fame as "Luc Picard syndrome" in honor of the Canadian actor who became famous after years of hard acting work for his TV role on "Simmone et Chartrand."
His film, "Les cavaliers de la canette," is about beer and male bonding.