Combining an illustrious stage career with roles in various soap operas, TV dramas and films, actress, writer and director Dominique Leduc was a permanent figure on the French-Canadian showbiz scene starting in the early 1990s. Born and raised in Quebec, she made her first appearance on screen in "Love-moi" (1991) before playing feminist journalist Idola St-Jean in "Nelligan" (1991), the biopic of Francophone poet Émilie Nelligan, and guesting as Caroline Langlois in the long-running soap opera "Ent'Cadieux" (TVA 1993-99), Adélaide Lefebvre in the post-World War I drama "Blanche" (Radio-Canada 1993) and Cécile in the TV adaptation of detective series "Les Nouveaux Exploits d'Arsène Lupin" (France 3 1996).
Leduc then landed one of the most notable roles of her career when she was cast as Julie, the old flame who Juliet (Stephanie Morgenstern) reunites with in "Revoir Julie" (1998) and followed it up with parts in children's TV series "Cornemuse" (Tele-Quebec 1999-2003), romantic drama Cauchemar d'amour (TVA 2001-04) and mining strike-based mini-series "Asbestos" (Radio-Canada 2002). After appearing as Mireille Farley in nine episodes of prison drama "Temps dur" (Radio-Canada 2004), she then portrayed politician Gérard Pelletier's wife, Alec, in TV movie "Trudeau II: Maverick In The Making" (2005), showcased her comic skills in "Vice caché" (TVA 2006) and played a mother in the socially-conscious indie drama "La rage de l'Ange" (2006).
Leduc was then cast as the mother of Nathalie, a law student who gets dragged into the world of pornography, in the thriller "My Daughter, My Angel "(2007), showed up in the comedy drama "Les hauts et les bas de Sophie Paquin" (Radio Canada 2006-09) and appeared as a casting director in the disco era drama "Funkytown" (2011). After taking on the iconic role of Édith Piaf in the touring production of "Piaf," she returned to the small screen as a prison librarian in "Unité 9" (CBC 2012- ) and then the big screen as the neighbour in Sébastien Pilote's Cannes Festival favourite "Le démantèlement" (2013).