Weight : 62.6 kg
Height : 167.60 cm
Eyes : brown
Hairs : brown
Spoken languages : français, anglais (avec accent)
Member of : UDA, ACTRA
An actor with an unconventional path, Martin Dubreuil made his first career steps through acting in thirty short films. He later distinguished himself in several feature films, including 15 février 1839 by Pierre Falardeau, Tout est parfait by Yves-Christian Fournier, Les 7 jours du talion and 10 et demi both directed by Podz, Les Loups by Sophie Deraspe, La maison du pêcheur, directed by Alain Chartand, Avant les rues by Chloé Leriche, Félix et Meira by Maxime Giroux, where he played the lead role, as well as Bunker, a Patrick Boivin and Olivier Roberge film in which he played the role of Private Tremblay. We were also able to see Martin Dubreuil in the movie Maudite Poutine, directed by Karl Lemieux and produced by Metafilms. He played Édouard Lemire in De Père en flic 2 and Mr. Schultz in The 20th Century, a film by Matthew Rankin. Martin has also appeared in De l'autre côté du mur, a feature film by Jean-Pierre Avoine, La grande noirceur directed by Maxime Giroux, and Nicolas Roy's Nuit pour jour. He was also in the short film Be yourself by Charles-Antoine Olivier.
On television, he was involved in many projects including Toute la vérité, 19-2, Le Gentlemen II, Marche à l’ombre and District 31. He was also in L’imposteur, Fatale-Station, Les pays d’en haut, Victor Lessard, Trop and Les Honorables.
Martin won the Iris Award for "Best Male Performance in a Lead Role " for his portrayal of the committed poet Yves Boisvert in the film À tous ceux qui ne me lisent pas by Yan Giroux, at the 21st Québec Cinéma Gala in 2019.