Anne-Élisabeth Bossé graduated from the Conservatoire d’art dramatique de Montréal in 2007. On television, she became known for her role of Karine Pagé in 30 vies and through the sketches of the comedy series Les Appendices and Les Bobos. She was also part of the cast of Toute la vérité, Série Noire, Les Pays d’en haut, Les Simone and En tout cas. In 2021, she starred as the lead role of the 3rd season of Plan B for which she was nominated for Best actress in a leading role in a drama series. This fall, we will see her in Indéfendable at TVA.
On stage, Anne-Elisabeth starred in, among others, Unité Modèle (Théâtre d’Aujourd’hui), Molière, Shakespeare et moi (Rideau Vert), Les enfants d’Adam (Monument National) and more recently in Consentement (Jean-Duceppe).
On the big screen, she stood out in Xavier Dolan's Les Amours Imaginaires, for which she was nominated for the Genies Awards, as well as in Laurence Anyways. She also played in Felix et Meira, La passion d’Augustine, 9 le film and Trip à 3. In 2019, she appeared in Émile Gaudreault’s Menteur and in La femme de mon frère, Monia Chokri’s first feature film for which she was nominated for a Best Actress Performance at the Gala Québec Cinéma. She was also part of the cast of Catherine Therrien’s La Révision and Julien Knafo’s Brain Freeze.
She recently presented Jalouse, her first One Woman Show.