A successful actor and writer, Patrice Robitaille brought a unique viewpoint and energy to all of his work in front of and behind the camera. Born 1974 in Québec City, Québec, Canada, Patrice Robitaille was active in theatrical productions and various improv groups before making his screen debut on the family drama "Watatatow" (Radio-Canada, 1991-2005). After small roles on "Fortier" (TVA, 2000-04) and in the acclaimed drama "La femme qui boit" ("The Woman Who Drinks") (2001), Robitaille landed bigger TV roles on the magazine-set "Rumeurs" (Radio-Canada, 2002-08) and the prison drama "Temps dur" (Radio-Canada, 2004), for which he was nominated for a Gémeaux. He boosted his profile further by writing and starring in the quirky romantic comedy "Québec-Montréal" (2002), for which he won a Best Screenplay Jutra, as well as earning an additional Best Actor Jutra nomination and Best Screenplay Genie nomination. After pulling double duty writing/starring in "Horloge biologique" (2005), Robitaille earned another Gémeaux nomination for his role on the fascinating psychological sitcom "François en série" (Series+, 2006-07) and won a Best Actor Award at the Atlantic Film Festival for his turn in the prostitution dramedy "Cheech" (2006). Although he maintained a film presence with such hits as the crime caper "Les doigts croches" ("Sticky Fingers") (2009), Robitaille worked most steadily on TV with roles on such shows as "Prozac: la maladie du bonheur" (V, 2010) and the evergreen hockey fave "Les Boys" (Radio-Canada, 2007-2012), where he played the talented rookie Lamothe la Garnotte.