Vincent is a two-time Jessie Award winning and a multiple Dora Award nominated actor who works in both French and English. He has an Honours B.A. with Specialization in Theatre from the University of Ottawa, is a graduate of Studio 58, and he has completed the Manitoulin Conservatory for Creation and Performance’s summer intensive. He has a kinesthetic and corporeal approach to theatre. His main areas of interest include devised theatre, physical theatre, clown, and work that creatively tackles social issues.
His film & TV credits include La Malédiction de Jonathan Plourde (Super Écran), Girlfriends' Guide To Divorce (Bravo Network) and Abigaëlle et le date coaching (TV5/Unis).
His theatre credits include Camping Royale (Corpus Dance Projects), Les Zinspiré.e.s (Théâtre français de Toronto), If on a Christmas Night (DLT), The Curious Voyage (Talk is Free Theatre), Histoire d’amour (BoucharDanse), Unité Modèle (Théâtre la Seizième), Catacomb (Summerworks Performance Festival), Anonyme (Vortex Theatre), Bonjour, Là, Bonjour (Théâtre la Seizième), The Stranger (DLT), Bull (Rumble Theatre), Mathieu Mathématiques (Théâtre la Seizième), Let’s Talk About Sex, I Can't Tell You (San Diego/Tijuana/Vancouver/Victoria Fringes), and Selfie (Théâtre la Seizième). He was recently awarded the Paulette Gagnon prize and the Power Corporation prize from la Fondation pour l'avancement du théâtre francophone au Canada. Vincent is also currently developing his solo show Le Concierge - an immersive experience about a lonely janitor working a night shift.