Quebec actress Caroline Dhavernas will act as spokesperson for the 50th anniversary celebrations of the Cinémathèque québécoise. The festivities will kick-off on April 18th, the day the institution was founded, and will continue until April 2014.

It’s at age 12 that Caroline Dhavernas makes her television debut in the daily series Marilyn. Since then, she has accumulated lead roles in most of Quebec’s successful series, such as Zap, Jasmine, Urgence I and II, Lobby, and Tag I and II's unforgettable role of Stephanie.

Caroline is also very present on the movie scene, in Quebec, the U.S and Europe. The Baronness and the Pig, Heart; The Marilyn Bell Story, Nez Rouge and The Tulse Luper Suitcases, by English director Peter Greenaway, to name only a few. She held leads in the Belgium co-produced Comme tout le monde, with French actor Thierry Lhermitte and directed by Pierre-Paul Renders (Thomas est amoureux). In the U.S, she shot Hollywoodland, playing opposite Adrian Brody (Official competition, Venice 2006) and Breach, playing opposite Ryan Philippe and Chris Cooper. She also appeared in La Belle Bête, a Quebec-based production with Carole Laure and Marc-André Grondin (C.R.A.Z.Y.) followed by Surviving My Mother, Passchendaele directed by Paul Gross, The Baster with Jennifer Aniston and Mars et Avril directed by Martin Villeneuve.

The actress made an impression on the American press, mainly with her critically acclaimed portray of Jaye in the series Wonderfalls.