Stéphane Archambault – multidisciplinary artist

Stéphane Archambault is a multidisciplinary artist who graduated from the École nationale de théâtre in 1995 and specializes in acting, painting, and singing.

His career

Today, he is active in theater, film and radio. He was first discovered on television when he played Simon-Olivier in the popular soap opera Quatre et demi. He then played in several television series, including Justice, The Secret Adventures of Jules Verne, Tohu-bohu, Caméra Café and Hommes en quarantaine. Stéphane was also part of the cast of La Vie, la vie, a series directed by Patrice Sauvé that instantly became a classic on Quebec television. He then played in another popular television series, Rumeurs. Stéphane Archambault also participated in the youth programs Il était une fois dans le trouble and Fée Éric. More recently, he has appeared in the comedies Madame Lebrun, Mon ex à moi and Web thérapie.

During his career, Stéphane Archambault has also played several film roles, notably in Mambo Italiano by Émile Gaudreault and in Mémoires affectives by Francis Leclerc. This feature film received four Jutra Awards in 2004, including Best Film. More recently, Stéphane played in Gerry by Alain DesRochers.

Stéphane Archambault has also participated in several theatrical productions such as Voyage au bout de la nuit by Wajdi Mouawad, Le rêve du papillon by Jean-Pierre Ronfard, Divines paroles by Jean Asselin, L’éveil du printemps by René-Richard Cyr, En hommage aux chacals by Mario Boivin and Les gagnants by François Archambault. In 2018, he is part of the cast of Normand Chouinard’s Laurel and Hardy.

A fan of new music as well as great classics, Stéphane has hosted the show Vraiment top on ICI Musique since 2013 and was the long-time host of Pour un soir seulement on Radio-Canada television.

Mes Aïeux

In addition to his career as an actor and host, Stéphane Archambault is a founding member, composer, and singer of the band Mes Aïeux. This group, which has six albums to its credit, offers a blend of folk-inspired music that has earned them several Félix awards since its founding in 1996.


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