Anne Dorval Net Worth

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Anne Dorval net worth: Anne Dorval is a Canadian actress who has net worth of Anne Dorval of $500 thousand dollars. Anne Dorval was born November 8, 1960 in Noranda Quebec. One of her important roles was for the movie “I Killed My Mother” (2009), and “Heartbeats” (2010), and “Lecoeur a ses raisons” (2005). She is also understood from the show “Quebec”, “Chambres en Ville”, “Virginie”, and “Paparazzi and Rumeurs”. She’s been granted the “FIPRESCI Award for Best Actress Award” for her character in “J’ai tue ma mere”. After that they were separated. They got two kids together.

Quick Facts

Birth date: November 8, 1960
Birth place: Noranda, Québec, Canada
Height:5' 4" (1.63 m)
Spouse:Marc-André Coallier
Children:Louis Coallier, Alice Coallier
Awards:Canadian Screen Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role
Nominations:Satellite Award for Best Actress – Motion Picture
Movies:Mommy, I Killed My Mother, Heartbeats, Heal the Living, Miraculum, Montreal Stories, The Rooster of St-Victor, A Sense of Humor, An Extraordinary Person, Serveuses demandées, The Secret Life of Happy People
TV shows:Le cœur a ses raisons, Les Parent

Interesting Facts

1Was listed as Variety's choice for Best Performance by an Actress in 2014 for the film Mommy (2014).
2Met Xavier Dolan when he was fifteen. Xavier and Anne were working in the same building, both doing french dubbing for different films. Xavier overheard Anne working, and walked into the recording room and told her he was a big of hers. He also told her he had written a script about a young gay man who is approached by an angel who helps him come to terms with his sexuality. The film was to be called Pink Angel. Xavier soon after sent her the script, wanting her to play a lead role in it, but nothing came of it. Anne has been quoted saying that the script was like eight films in one, and wasn't very good. Xavier kept sending Anne scripts over the next few years, but they weren't very good, and were never made. Then, one day, Xavier called Anne and told her he had another script (I Killed My Mother (2009)) that he wanted her to read, told her this time that he knew his previous scripts weren't very good, but that this one was going to be the first film he would make for real, and he pleaded with her to read it. She was hesitant at first but agreed to read it, and ended up loving it. Thus began a great working relationship and friendship.
3During the Cannes Film Festival, in which Mommy (2014) debuted in official competition, Anne says that when she met Jane Campion, jury president of Cannes 2014, Jane hugged her and told her: "See you at the Oscars.".
4Very well known in Quebec for her various television roles including Chambres en ville (1989), Le coeur a ses raisons (2005), and Les Parent (2008).
5Has two children, Alice and Louis, with actor Marc-André Coallier.
6She has done the French Canadian dubbing voices of many actresses, including Sharon Stone, Lucy Liu, Robin Wright, Kristin Scott Thomas, Vera Farmiga, among many others.


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Won Awards

Won awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2015Canadian Screen AwardCanadian Screen Awards, CAPerformance by an Actress in a Leading RoleMommy (2014)
2015Chlotrudis AwardChlotrudis AwardsBest ActressMommy (2014)
2015Lost Weekend AwardFilm Club's The Lost WeekendBest ActressMommy (2014)
2015IOMAItalian Online Movie Awards (IOMA)Best Actress (Miglior attrice protagonista)Mommy (2014)
2015JutraJutra AwardsBest Actress (Meilleure Actrice)Mommy (2014)
2015FIPRESCI PrizePalm Springs International Film FestivalBest ActressMommy (2014)
2010JutraJutra AwardsBest Actress (Meilleure Actrice)J'ai tué ma mère (2009)
2010FIPRESCI PrizePalm Springs International Film FestivalBest ActressJ'ai tué ma mère (2009)
2009Golden BayardNamur International Festival of French-Speaking FilmBest ActressJ'ai tué ma mère (2009)
2006GémeauxGémeaux AwardsBest Actress - Soap Opera or Comedy (Meilleur interprétation premier rôle féminin: Téléroman, Comédie)Le coeur a ses raisons (2005)
2005GémeauxGémeaux AwardsBest Actress - Comedy (Meilleur premier rôle féminin: Comédie)Le coeur a ses raisons (2005)

Nominated Awards

Nominated awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2015Cinema Bloggers AwardCinema Bloggers Awards, PortugalBest Actress - International CompetitionMommy (2014)
2015CCOPCríticos de Cinema Online Portugueses AwardsBest Actress (Melhor Atriz)Mommy (2014)
2015Dorian AwardGay and Lesbian Entertainment Critics Association (GALECA)Film Performance of the Year - ActressMommy (2014)
2015ICS AwardInternational Cinephile Society AwardsBest ActressMommy (2014)
2015INOCAInternational Online Cinema Awards (INOCA)Best ActressMommy (2014)
2015VFCC AwardVancouver Film Critics CircleBest Actress in a Canadian FilmMommy (2014)
2014ICP AwardIndiewire Critics' PollBest Lead ActressMommy (2014)
2014OFCS AwardOnline Film Critics Society AwardsBest ActressMommy (2014)
2014Satellite AwardSatellite AwardsBest Actress in a Motion PictureMommy (2014)
2013Golden NymphMonte-Carlo TV FestivalOutstanding Actress in a Comedy SeriesLes Parent (2008)
2012Golden NymphMonte-Carlo TV FestivalOutstanding Actress in a Comedy SeriesLes Parent (2008)
2011Chlotrudis AwardChlotrudis AwardsBest ActressJ'ai tué ma mère (2009)
2010VFCC AwardVancouver Film Critics CircleBest Actress in a Canadian FilmJ'ai tué ma mère (2009)
2009GémeauxGémeaux AwardsBest Actress - Comedy (Meilleur premier rôle féminin: Comédie)Les Parent (2008)
2008GémeauxGémeaux AwardsBest Actress - Comedy (Meilleur premier rôle féminin: Comédie)Le coeur a ses raisons (2005)
2004GémeauxGémeaux AwardsBest Actress - Dramatic (Meilleur premier rôle féminin: Dramatique)Grande ourse (2003)
1996GémeauxGémeaux AwardsBest Actress - Soap Opera (Meilleure interprétation premier rôle féminin: Téléroman)Chambres en ville (1989)
1993GémeauxGémeaux AwardsBest Actress - Soap Opera (Meilleure interprétation premier rôle féminin: Téléroman)Chambres en ville (1989)
1993GémeauxGémeaux AwardsBest Supporting Actress (Meilleure interprétation féminine dans un rôle de soutien: Toutes catégories)L'or et le papier (1990)
1992GémeauxGémeaux AwardsBest Actress - Soap Opera (Meilleure interprétation premier rôle féminin: Téléroman)Chambres en ville (1989)




Réparer les vivants2016Claire Méjean
Les Parent2008-2014TV SeriesNatalie Rivard
Mommy2014/IDiane 'Die' Després
Le Coq de St-Victor2014Florence (voice)
Quelqu'un d'extraordinaire2013Short
Les Bobos2012TV SeriesSandrine
Laurence Anyways2012Marthe Delteuil
Le sens de l'humour2011Stéphanie
I Killed My Mother2009Chantale Lemming
Master Key2009Catherine Laplante
Serveuses demandées2008Mère de Milagro
Chez Jules2008TV SeriesDiane
Le coeur a ses raisons2005-2007TV SeriesCriquette Rockwell / Ashley Rockwell
Super Phoenix2007ShortLa femme sans emploi
La vie secrète des gens heureux2006Florence
Dé SeriesCynthia
Grande ourse2004TV SeriesCatherine Laplante
Rumeurs2002TV SeriesValérie
Le grand blond avec un show sournois2000TV SeriesChroniqueuse
Paparazzi1997TV SeriesJocelyne Lamarre
L'enfant des Appalaches1997TV MovieMaïna
Virginie1996TV SeriesLucie Chabot
Chambres en ville1989-1996TV SeriesLola Corbeil
Montréal rétro1992
Montréal vu par...1991Sarah (segment "Rispondetemi")
Ding et Dong le film1990Joëlle



Xavier Dolan: à l'impossible je suis tenu2016TV Movie documentaryHerself
Rencontres de cinéma2014TV SeriesHerself
On n'est pas couché2014TV SeriesHerself
Le grand journal de Canal+2014TV Series documentaryHerself
La 10e soirée des Jutra2010TV MovieHerself
Tout le monde en parle2004-2008TV SeriesHerself
En attendant Ben Laden2005TV SeriesHerself
Radio Enfer1996TV SeriesHerself
Donald Brittain: Filmmaker1995DocumentaryNarrator (French version) (voice)
Le jardin oublié: La vie et l'oeuvre d'Alice Guy-Blaché1995DocumentaryAlison McMahan (voice)
Une île en mémoire - Laval 1900-19251993Documentary shortNarrator (voice)

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