Marc-Antoine Kelertas (actra)

Marc-Antoine recently returned from England after completing intense conservatory training at the prestigious Bristol’s Old Vic Theatre School. He is happy to be back in Montreal and is keen to explore his passion for story telling in theatre, film and television.

He is perfectly bilingual and has worked in both English and French markets. Roles include: Sean-Michel Daviaux in 19-2 directed by Louis Choquette, A police officer in the new television series Real Detectives; Evan in the French TV show Liens Fatal II; The Prince in The Just For Laughs Special with Howie Mandell; Frazier in JFK: The Smoking Gun produced by Muse Entertainment;  "the boyfriend" in the TV Mini-Series Bullet in the Face directed by Eric Canuel, and the cute college guy in the popular TV show Being Human to name a few.

Marc-Antoine is also a skilled stage performer, playing roles such as Proteus in The Two Gentlemen of Verona directed by Chris Donnelly, Odysseus in The Odyssey and finallyBrick in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof under the direction of Sam Ellis.

His desire to tell stories started at an early age. Marc-Antoine remembers re-enacting and directing film scenes as a young boy in his basement, much to the dismay of his friends. Once grown up, he followed his heart when choosing to do his BA in the Theatre Performance program at Concordia University, then pursuing his Masters degree to further his knowledge and acting skills in England.

Marc-Antoine's talents do not end there, he is an accomplished athlete in a variety of sports, a musician and a dancer. He is also a freelance filmmaker/editor.