Born in Montreal, Canada, Joëlle Morin has been acting for over 20 years in many high profile TV shows and films such as Scoop, Montreal P.Q., A Family Secret, Urgence, Paparazzi and the famous long-running soap opera Virginie. She won an Artis Award and a Gémeaux Award nomination for her heartbreaking performance as the late superstar singer, Lady Alys Robi. 2012 and 2013 marked her return to the stage as Curley's wife in John Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men. She starred in the hit franchise "When We Were Boys" released at the end of 2013 and co-starred in one episode of the popular series "Real Detective" in 2016. She spends time between acting projects raising awareness and campaigning for the environment, gender equality and animal welfare. Joëlle is also developing projects for TV and Film via her production company and investing in digital assets.