A graduate of Theater Option at Lionel-Groulx College in 2000, Carl Poliquin wasquickly noticed. In 2002, he won the award for "Best Quebec Francophone Creation " at the Fringe Festival with the show L'Entrevue, which he was a part of and also directed. As an actor, he has participated in more than thirty theater productions directed byvarious people including Hugo Bélanger, Daniel Brière, Serge Denoncourt, MoniqueDuceppe, Frédéric Dubois, Jean Leclerc, Jean-Guy Legault, Daniel Paquet and LucePelletier, just to name a few. Among his performances, let's not forget his work as the lead role in Duceppe Theater's Billy l’éclopé, in Scaramouche at the Denise-Pelletier Theater, which earned him a nomination at the 2007 Masks Gala, as well as in Les Fourberies de Scapin, Le Cid and Peter et Alice. He was also in several shows by the company Tout à Trac, includingL'oiseau vert, La princesse Turandot (nomination at the Masks Gala in 2006 for BestSupporting Role), Münchhausen and Le tour du monde en 80 jours, all directed by HugoBélanger. Also a singer, we have seen and heard him in various musicals, including Pied de Poule,directed by Serge Denoncourt, where he played François Perdu and Les Misérables,directed by Frédéric Dubois, where he had the chance to play Marius. Carl has been teaching acting performance for the Lionel-Groulx College Theater Optionas well as for the Musical Theater Option since 2009.