Fabienne Colas Joseph, is a Haitian-Canadian actress, director and producer. She is head of the Fabienne Colas Foundation, which is dedicated to the promotion of film, art and culture as it organizes many festivals. Fabienne is also a recipient for the 2018 Canada's 40 under 40 award.
|Born:||Fabienne Colas Joseph, March 18, 1979, Port-au-Prince, Haiti|
|Residence:||Montreal, Quebec, Canada|
|Occupation:||Actress, director, and producer|
|Notable work:||Sortie 67 (2010), Minuit (2008), Amour mensonges et conséquences (2006)|
|IMDb:||Fabienne Colas's IMDb|
About Fabienne Colas
Haitian actress who has appeared in films such as Gangsterland and Profonds Regrets. She has also played the role of Maia in the 2003 TV series L'auberge du chien noir.
One of her earliest acting gigs was in the role of Charlie Ménard in the 1990 TV show Watatatow.
She has gained over 110,000 followers on her Instagram account.
She posted a photo with her mother to her Instagram account in honor of International Women's Day in March 2018.
She is an actress from Haiti in the same vein as Garcelle Beauvais.
Information related to Fabienne Colas
- Black Canadian filmmakers
- Haitian emigrants to Canada
- Haitian Quebecers
- Black Canadian actresses
- Film directors from Montreal
- Actresses from Montreal
- Canadian women film directors