Robin Aubert is an actor, scriptwriter and director. As an actor, he has played many leading roles in both film and television. In film, he appeared in Robert Morin’s Le Neg’ (2002) and André Forcier’s La Comtesse de Batôn rouge (1996), for which he was nominated for a Genie award for lead actor. In television, he played Léo on Radio-Enfer, a series directed by Louis Saïa, from 1995 to 1997. He won the Gémeaux award for best actor for this role in the category dramatic youth series in 1996. In 2004, he played the character of Alain in the series Temps dur, written by Jean-Marc Dalpé and directed by Louis Choquette, for which he was nominated for a Gémeaux award. In 1997-98, Robin Aubert participated in Course Destination-Monde, a television series for young filmmakers. Back from his travels, during which he shot more than 15 documentary films around the world, he won the Public’s Choice award, the Silver Camera award and the SODEC award, which included a 50,000$ grant towards the production of a short film.