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Robert d'Entremont



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Robert d'Entremont is a 32-year-old actor based in Montreal. In late 2021, Robert was cast as a recurring character on the popular satirical show La Maison Bleue (The Blue House). Directed by the award-winning Ricardo Trogi, the show recently aired in March 2022. With over 20 IMDb credits and 11 plays under his belt, Robert has made a name for himself in Quebec. 

Robert’s acting career actually began in a high school improv competition, where he won the People's Choice award back in 2007. In 2008, d'Entremont was cast as Tybalt in the regional French musical Romeo et Juliette which sold out for a week-long run at Th'Yarc Theatre in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia.

After high school, Robert pursued an education in the arts and was accepted as one of 18 students into Concordia’s Theatre Performance program. He worked as an actor on a total of six productions throughout his program completion.

Once he had completed his Bachelors of Fine Arts, Robert was accepted into the Tom Todoroff Acting Conservatory in New York City. While studying abroad, he had to chance to act in two off-Broadway plays at the New Comedy Theatre.


With this experience in theatre productions, he soon began branching into television with a début on an episode of Patrice Lemieux 24/7; he was cast in the first two seasons of the series. He has also appeared in guest spots on popular francophone TV shows such as 30 vies, Mensonges and Un tueur si proche. His recent film credits include Seasoned with Love, Maz, Midway, as well as starring in the critically acclaimed film Les Rois Mongols.

Robert has been turning his focus towards writing and producing his own work. In 2016, he created his own web series, which he shot entirely from his iPhone. The series OPEN, was not only written, produced, and directed by d'Entremont, but also stars the actor himself.


As an openly gay person in a public relationship, Robert feels the importance of helping out his community, that’s why he is so thrilled to be currently lending his acting skills to a new project funded by the Jasmin Roy Foundation. The foundation is working to find solutions to the discrimination of LGBT2+ communities in the workplace using Virtual Reality. 


Acting Demo

Animation Demo

Peoples choice award

Xavier: La Maison Bleue 3

Videogame  Demo

Accent Demo



Maison Bleue Season 3 

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Recent projects

Robert hosted la Fête Nationale de l'Acadie live on CBC on August 15th 2022.

He is also lended his acting skills to a virtual reality project with the Jasmin Roy Foundation. The Foundation works towards finding long-term solutions to discrimination and bullying for LGBTQ2+ in the workplace.


Quebec Agency

Michele Leclerc

Ontario /Canada Agency

Marla Mann

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