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Stéphanie Lapointe


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Stephanie Lapointe (born on March 26, 1984 in Brossard, Quebec) is a Quebec singer, song writer and television and movie actress. She is best known as the winner of the second season of Star Académie, the Quebec version of Fame Academy.

Musical and actor development
Lapointe discovered and developed her interest in music as a young kid. It was in 1992, at the age of 8, when she had her first piano courses at her elementary school in Brossard (formerly Longueuil) a southern suburb of Montreal. In 1996, just after she finished primary school, she traveled to France during a school extracurricular and educational activity. It was there she made her debut in theatrical plays. Her trip to France became the moment she discovered interest in the world of acting.
In 2001, at age 17, Lapointe became a member of a group which performed musical comedies. She then played in various other plays including a French remake of (Beauty and the Beast) as well as other French plays such as Aida, and Once on This Island. While in France, she also followed several dance courses. At the same time, she also gradually developed her skills in music and theatrical acting. The lessons later proved important for her future roles in Quebec television reality shows and movies since 2005.
While, preparing her acting skills, Lapointe went to Collège Édouard-Montpetit in humanity sciences.[1]

Star Academie experience
In 2003, TVA’s newest reality show Star Académie, which is a remake of France’s Star Academy debuted. Lapointe, while been in France, never auditionned for the French edition before returning to Quebec. She first auditioned for Star Académie in 2003 but had a greater success the following year, on the series second season, when she impressed the three judges.


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