Valérie Tellos is an actress who draws her fantasy from improvisation and sensitive encounters. With 10 years of experience in improvised theater, she knows how to adapt to proposals, both dramatic and comical, with accuracy and precision. During her scooling at the National Theater School of Canada, where she graduated from the 2020 class, she worked with Alice Ronfard, Solène Paré, Édith Patenaude and Catherine Vidal, among others. Fueling the challenge, it is with great commitment that she embodies Catherine Ragone, in Vie et mort du roi boiteux, directed by Steve Gagnon, an encounter that will have marked the rest of her training.
Of Polish origin, Valérie seeks in the last years to get closer to her paternal culture. Among other things, she created an amateur identity opera duo with Marie-Madeleine Sarr, presented at the La Licorne Theater in 2019. She also went to the Aleksander Zelwerowicz Theater Academy in Warsaw as well as to the WIFE in Warsaw in June 2019 for internships.