Robert Charlebois produced music for multiple Hollywood productions during the course of his Hollywood career. Charlebois kickstarted his acting career in various films such as "Man on a Tightrope" (1953) with Fredric March, the Jean-Louis Trintignant action flick "L' Agression" (1974) and "Un Genio, Due Compari, Un Pollo" (1975). Charlebois also contributed music to the comedy "Deux Femmes en Or" (1971) with Louise Turcot and "La Fiancee Qui Venait du Froid" (1983). In the eighties and the nineties, Charlebois devoted his time to various credits, such as "Les Longs Manteaux" (1985), "Sauve-toi, Lola" with Carole Laure (1986) and "Lune de Miel" (1987) starring Nathalie Baye. He also worked on "Entangled" with Judd Nelson (1993). Charlebois's music was also featured in the Pascale Bussières drama "August 32nd on Earth" (1999), the documentary "Just Watch Me: Trudeau and the 70s Generation" (1999) with Doug Garson and the dramatic adaptation "No" (1999) with Anne-Marie Cadieux. In addition to his music, Charlebois also appeared on-screen in the Pascale Bussières comedy "French Immersion: C'est la Faute a Trudeau" (2011). Charlebois most recently acted in the Sophie Marceau romantic comedy "Happiness Never Comes Alone" (2012).