| Julie Breton|
| September 1975 (age Expression error: Unrecognized word "september".–Expression error: Unrecognized word "september".)Expression error: Unrecognized word "september".Arvida, Quebec, Canada|
Genie Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role
Genie Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role
Starbuck, Cadavres, Tokyo Fiancee, Paul a Quebec, Maurice Richard
Stefan Liberski, Ken Scott, Martin Petit, Emile Gaudreault, Charles Biname
Julie Le Breton (born 1975) is a French Canadian actress born in Quebec. She predominantly appears in French-language television series and films.
She is best known internationally for her appearance in The Rocket, a French Canadian biopic about legendary ice hockey player Maurice "The Rocket" Richard. In this Charles Binamé interpretation, she plays Lucille Richard, the wife of the main character starring Roy Dupuis. For her appearance, she got a nomination for the Jutra Award and won the Genie Award for best leading actress.
She started her career with a leading role in the national television series Watatatow, and often acts in local television drama.Genie Award, 2007, award for best leading actress in The Rocket
Jutra Award, 2007, nomination for best actress The Rocket
Prix Gémaux, 2008, nomination for best actrice in a television drama in Nos Étés
Prix Gémaux, nomination for best actrice in a comedy in François en série
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