Yves Amyot Actor, Voice over, Audio and video producer, Writer.
Spoken languages : french, english. (Voice over in french only)
French canadian, established in Montreal since 2006, Yves started his career in Quebec city. He obtained his graduation from the Quebec Conservatory of Dramatic Arts (1992).
He specialized in the Conservatory of Dramatic Arts in Montreal, voice and micro 2007-2008. He has his own studio, equipped for making Voice Over recordings and offers various voice services (in french) to his clients, coming from all around the world.
On television, he participated in several series, including Les beaux malaises , with Martin Matte, Marche à l'ombre and Yamaska. He was also among others in the distribution of the series La Job (Quebec adaptation of The Office), broadcast on SRC TV, where he played the role of Rocky Larocque. It's also him who plays the father in La Trappe on Vtélé.
In theater, he played in nearly fifty theatrical productions. Many of them in which he participated were awarded over the years. In 2006, he won the Théâtre du Trident’s subscribers price, for his portrayal of the title role in the play Le libertin (The Libertine), written by Eric-Emmanuel Schmitt. He was also seen in various productions such as HA ha! ... by Réjean Ducharme (Mask, Best Production Quebec, Soirée des Masques 2005), Ionesco’s Le roi se meurt (The king dies) at Théâtre de la Bordée(Critics Award 2003, Quebec section), and Elizabeth, roi d’Angleterre (Elizabeth King of England), produced by Le Théâtre du Nouveau Monde (nominated for the critics Award 2008), to name just a few.
As an author, for television he joined in 2013 the team of ICI Laflaque, a comedy show aired on SRC TV. He also worked during five seasons as cowriter for Tranches de vie, a comedy, produced by TVA. For theater, he wrote L’Intrus, a successful comedy , produced many times in various cities of Quebec since its inception. Published, this play can also be ordered on the secure website lulu.com. He is also the author of short plays, urban tales and a plenty of various scenarios for the corporate sector.