Jean-Carl Boucher


Jean-Carl Boucher started theater and interpretation courses at high school. He quickly began his acting career by acting in various short films, before taking up his first role in 2007 on the youth program Les Kiki Tronic. Then, he played roles in various TV shows such as Tactik, Les Parent, Marche à l’ombre and Fatale-Station. Simultaneously he lends his voice to several radio and TV commercials in addition to dubbing movies. During his film career, he acted in Un été sans point ni coup sûr and played the lead role of Ricardo Trogi in the films 1981 and 1987. He was nominated for a Genie and Jutra Award as best actor for his performance in 1981. In recent years he played in History of Love by Radu Milhaileanu, Identity by Samuel Thivierge, and Les scènes fortuites by Guillaume Lambert. In 2017, he resumed his role of Ricardo in 1991, the end of the trilogy.