Over the past 20 years, Paul Doucet has multiplied attendances in theater, television and films, performing many diverse parts both in English and French.
In theater, he has acted under the direction of Lorraine Pintal, René Richard-Cyr, Denise Filiatrault and Martine Beaulne to name a few.
On television, he brilliantly played the title role in the JEAN DUCEPPE series. For this, he won the Gémeaux for Best interpretation in 2003. Then, he took part in the series MUSÉE ÉDEN in 2010, and MAUVAIS KARMA in 2013, for which he was nominated both in drama and comedy at the Gémeaux. Afterwards, he performed in LA PROMESSE and ZOS, ZONE OF SÉPARATION, an English Canadian production presented on HBO. He embodies Georges Ste-Marie for the téléroman UNITÉ 9, back for a 4th season on Ici Radio-Canada, for which he got his first nomination at the 2013 Artis gala, and an Artis award for Best actor in 2014. He is also part of the distribution of MENSONGES by Sylvain Archambault, playing a role for which he was nominated at the 2014 Gémeaux.
On the big screen, after having featured in many films, he earned a nomination for Best supporting role as Rémi in LES 3 P’TITS COCHONS by Patrick Huard at the 2008 Jutra. He also played in NOÉMIE: LE SECRET by Frédérik d’Amours; not to mention his outstanding performance as Jonathan Aaronson, a character inspired by Coco Douglass Léopold in FUNKYTOWN by Daniel Roby. More recently, he has played in LA GARDE by Sylvain Archambault, EXIL by Charles-Olivier Michaud and he also lent his voice to the character of Baymax in the French version of the Disney animated film BIG HERO 6. In 2015, you will see him in GUIBORD S’EN VA-T’EN GUERRE by Philippe Falardeau and EARLY WINTER by Michael Rowe. Note that he will also be resuming his role of Rémi in the sequel of LES 3 P’TITS COCHONS, for which the filming is scheduled late summer 2015.