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Roy DuPuis - Overview

Date of Birth: Apr 21, 1963    
Place of Birth: Abitibi, Quebec, Canada
Nationality: Canada
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Moving seamlessly from one distinct role to the next and portraying each one with conviction was Roy Dupuis' key to success. Roy Michael Joseph Dupuis was born on April 21, 1963 in Ontario, Canada, and spent his childhood in Amos, Québec and Kapuskasing, Ontario. A graduate of the National Theatre School of Canada in Montréal, he launched his career with appearances in miniseries like "Le monde selon Croc" (Télé-Métropole, 1988), and in films like "Dans le ventre du dragon" (1989) and "Jesus of Montreal" (1989). Dupuis became an overnight celebrity when he co-starred in the miniseries "Les filles de Caleb" (Radio-Canada, 1990) as the adventure-seeking husband of a faithful wife. He received critical acclaim in Jean Beaudin's crime drama "Being at Home with Claude" (1992) as a gay hustler who must explain his unusual motives for murdering his lover. Dupuis kept up guest appearances in his native country until he landed a career-making role in the thriller "La Femme Nikita" (USA Network, 1997-2001), as Michael Samuelle, the emotionless team leader of a covert operat... Read More
Starred in "The Forbidden Room"
Appeared in "The Timekeeper"
1997 - 2001
Was a cast member on the TV series "La Femme Nikita"
Landed his first recurring TV role on "Les filles de Caleb"
Made his credited film acting debut in the French-Canadian sci-fi drama "Dans le ventre du dragon"