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DR. MAGALIE "MAGS" LEBLANC Played By Laurence Leboeuf


Played By Laurence Leboeuf

Actor Bio

Laurence Leboeuf is an award-winning actress from Montreal who stars as Dr. Magalie "Mags" Leblanc in NBC's "Transplant." Mags is a ferociously analytical resident who pushes herself relentlessly.

The bilingual actress (French and English) has been acting professionally since she was 10 years old and rose to stardom with multiple award nominations and wins. She has continuously booked leading roles in both television and film of French-Canadian and English-Canadian productions.

Award wins for Leboeuf include the Gémeaux Awards (French-Canadian Emmys) for Best Actress in the series "Les Lavigueur," Best Supporting Actress for her role in the series "Musée Eden" and Best Actress for her role in the series "Marche à L'ombre," which also won her the Best Leading Actress award at the French Festival Séries Mania. She also won Best Actress for "Human Trafficking" (featuring Mira Sorvino and Donald Sutherland) at the ACTRA Awards (English-Canadian SAG Awards).

For her film work, Leboeuf won at the Prix Iris Awards (previously Jutra Awards) for Best Supporting Actress in "My Daughter, My Angel." Her indie action-comedy film "Turbo Kid" was well received at the Sundance Film Festival.

Leboeuf was born to actor parents and grew up surrounded by the creative arts. Her dad owned a stage theater for 18 years, which allowed Leboeuf to explore the behind the scenes of the craft. She is driven by the passion of acting and the need to be creative, with plans to produce and write. Leboeuf enjoys reading and staying active with running and snowboarding and loves to travel.

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