Patrice Coquereau has played an active role since the opening of Robin des Bois in 2006. His participation has included waiting on tables, speaking with media and attending special events. As the official spokesperson of the Robin des Bois, Patrice has done it all.
With over 60 theatrical productions to his credit, Patrice Coquereau has performed in many different types of productions such as classical and contemporary theatre but most of all, Québec and French-Canadian play writing. He was one of the founding members of “Les Éternels pigistes”. Most Quebecers know him through the hit TV series, Rumeurs and Le Coeur a ses raisons, les Bougon, Un Gars et une fille, 3600 secondes d’extase – just to name a few. He was also involved with the L.N.I. for three seasons and won the Robert Gravel trophy in 2000. Patrice has also appeared on screen in such films as Cheech, De Père en flic, l’Enfant prodige, Le Sens de l’humour and Laurence Anyways.
Patrice has, so far, directed three stage productions, these being Lucidité passagère, Cravate club and La Déprime. Being the creative type, he is currently developing projects for the theatre, TV and the web.
In 2014, he will be publishing a new book and embark on a public speaking tour to bring attention to the prevention and treatment of anxiety disorders, with the assistance of the Formax agency.
After a successful 25-year career, Patrice still remains enthusiastic and continues to be the spokesperson for a variety of causes.
Click here to consult Patrice Coquereau’s website.
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