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Throughout his career, Stéphane Demers proved himself a competent actor who was comfortable tackling both comedic and dramatic roles. Born in 1966 in Montréal, Québec, Canada, Demers appeared in a string of guest starring roles on shows like "Chambres en ville" (TVA, 1989-1996), "Cormoran" (Radio-Canada, 1990-93), and "Omerta, la loi du silence" (Radio-Canada, 1996-99). Demers landed bigger parts in films as well, including "Cosmos" (1996), "Paysage no 1" (1997), and "The Left-Hand Side of the Fridge" (2000), a comedy about two roommates who make a documentary about their unrewarding job searches. He appeared on several Canadian comedy series, including "Si la tendance se maintient" (TVA, 2001) and "Cover-Girl" (Radio-Canada, 2005), an irreverent comedy comprised of colorful and fearless characters. Proving that he could portray a wide range of film characters, Demers played an estranged brother to three sisters who were abandoned by their mother in "The Orphan Muses" (2000), as well as a radio host dealing with the unexpected pregnancy of his long-term girlfriend in the 2005 comedy "Maman Last Call." That same year, Demers delivered a compelling performance in the biopic "Trudeau II: Maverick in the...

Throughout his career, Stéphane Demers proved himself a competent actor who was comfortable tackling both comedic and dramatic roles. Born in 1966 in Montréal, Québec, Canada, Demers appeared in a string of guest starring roles on shows like "Chambres en ville" (TVA, 1989-1996), "Cormoran" (Radio-Canada, 1990-93), and "Omerta, la loi du silence" (Radio-Canada, 1996-99). Demers landed bigger parts in films as well, including "Cosmos" (1996), "Paysage no 1" (1997), and "The Left-Hand Side of the Fridge" (2000), a comedy about two roommates who make a documentary about their unrewarding job searches. He appeared on several Canadian comedy series, including "Si la tendance se maintient" (TVA, 2001) and "Cover-Girl" (Radio-Canada, 2005), an irreverent comedy comprised of colorful and fearless characters. Proving that he could portray a wide range of film characters, Demers played an estranged brother to three sisters who were abandoned by their mother in "The Orphan Muses" (2000), as well as a radio host dealing with the unexpected pregnancy of his long-term girlfriend in the 2005 comedy "Maman Last Call." That same year, Demers delivered a compelling performance in the biopic "Trudeau II: Maverick in the Making," capturing the essence and sensuality of a then-young Pierre Elliott Trudeau, the 15th prime minister of Canada, as he undergoes a religious and political crisis. Demers continued to make inroads on television, with a recurring role on "Sophie" (CBC, 2008-09) and "Trauma" (Radio-Canada, 2010- ), as a well-respected surgeon who meets an untimely fate.

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 Zigrail (1995)
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