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Éric Bruneau



Liam Bouchard in “Coroner”


Éric Bruneau stars as Liam Bouchard, a soulful army vet who lives off the grid, in The CW’s new drama “Coroner.”


Bruneau graduated from The National Theatre School of Canada in 2006. Since then, he has appeared in popular television series such as “Annie et ses hommes,” “Musée Éden” and “Tu m’aimes-tu?” and “Le jeu.” He was also recurring in the “Mensonges,” “Blue Moon” and “Trop.” His performances on television have earned him several nominations at the Gala des prix Gémeaux and the Gala Artis.


On stage, Bruneau was part of many prestigious theatrical productions including “Christine,” “la reine-garçon,” “Equus,” “Élisabeth, roi d’Angleterre,” “Un simple soldat,” “Tom à la ferme,” “Les liaisons dangereuses,” “La Divine Illusion,” “Caligula” and “La mort d’un commis voyageur.”


Bruneau has appeared in many feature films including “Etats-Unis d’Albert,” “Coteau Rouge” directed by Andre Forcier, “Les pieds dans le vide” directed by Mariloup Woolfe, “Gerry” directed by Alain Desrochers, “Les Amours Imaginaires” and “Laurence Anyways” directed by Xavier Dolan and “Le règne de la beauté,” in which he plays the lead role of Denys Arcand.


Bruneau is a sought after, well rounded actor of his generation, shinning on stage, on the big screen and the small screen.

May 2020