Éric Robidoux completed his acting training at the National Theatre School of Canada in 2005. Since then, he has worked in both dance and theater. He is known for his great interest in creation processes, which he explored through collaborations with choreographers such as Estelle Clareton, Dave-St-Pierre and Frédéric Gravel, as well as with many directors such as Christian Lapointe and Robert Lepage, to name a few. He has also worked with multidisciplinary directors such as Victor Pilon and Michel Lemieux.
Since 2011, Éric has evolved through more than a dozen creations, including Ainsi parlait (Étienne Lepage, Frédéric Gravel), Sepsis, Oxygène, Pelléas et Mélisandre (Christian Lapointe), Jocaste Reine (Lorraine Pintal), Les flâneurs célestes (Jean-Simon traversy), Un tramway nommé Désir (Serge Denoncourt), Judy Garland, la fin d’une étoile (Michel Poirier) and Britannicus (Florent Siaud).
In addition to taking part in the exploratory and multidisciplinary project Séance, Eric was seen on the big screen in Carole Laure's Love Project, in Rodrigue Jean's L'amour au temps de la guerre civile, and in Il pleuvait des oiseaux by Louise Archambault. He alsomultiplied roles on television in diverse series such as Les beaux malaises (TVA), Mon Ex à moi II (Série +), Marche à l’ombre (Super Écran), Fatale Station (SRC), L’Échappée (TVA), O' (TVA), Faits Divers(SRC) et 5e rang (SRC).