Johanne Marie Tremblay has been the star of more than 20 films and numerous television productions, with performances that are always characterized by a combination of strength and vulnerability. She worked with Denys Arcand in the critically acclaimed Jesus of Montreal
and on stage in Les Lettres de la Religieuse Portugaise
at the Theatre de Quat'sous.
Her film credits include Francis Leclerc's Girl at the Window, Claude Lelouch's Chance or Coincidence, Bernard Favre's Un Hiver de Tourmente, Lea Pool's Straight For the Heart, Sandrine Bechade's La Traversee des Songes (which earned Tremblay the Best Actress Award from the Union des Artistes), Jacques Leduc's La Vie Fantome and Paul Tana's La Sarrasine. Among her television credits is the series Mon Meilleur Ennemi.
Tremblay was previously a member of the Groupe de le Veillee, an innovative and wellknown theatrical troupe in Quebec. She frequently appeared with them on stage, including in L'Idiot, directed by Theo Spychalski, which toured in Quebec and Belgium from 1985 to 1987.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2004.
Johanne-Marie Tremblay Facts
|The Barbarian Invasions|
|Jesus of Montreal|
|Les Filles de Caleb|
|Ma Vie en Cinemascope|
|Tous les Autres Sauf Moi|
|Straight for the Heart|
|Great Land of Small|
|Being at Home With Claude|