Laurence Leboeuf as Skye Ingram
A young, rising Canadian star, Laurence Leboeuf was born into the world of the performing arts, as the daughter of thespians Diane Lavallée and Marcel Leboeuf. She began acting at age 11, on two Télévision de Radio-Canada series Virginie and L’Ombre de L’Épervier. More recently, she returned to Radio-Canada for a starring role in the acclaimed series Musée Eden, about two sisters operating a Montreal wax museum in 1910.
In 2005, Leboeuf learned English for a role on YTV’s 15/Love, earning a best supporting actress nomination in Canada’s Gemini Awards. Soon after that, she began appearing in feature films, including The Secret (2007), Ma Fille Mon Ange (2007), and a starring role in Story of Jen (2008). Ma Fille Mon Ange earned her the Jutra Award for best supporting actress, and a Genie nomination.
In 2008, Leboeuf won the best actress award at Prix Gémeaux for her role in Les Lavigueur, la vraie histoire, a Radio-Canada television series based on the true story of a poor family that falls part after winning the lottery. That same year, she earned a Gemini Award for her work on the Canadian series Durham County.
Recently, she starred alongside Juliette Lewis, Max Theriot and Jason Priestley in Foreverland (2011), written and directed by Max McGuire. Her first title role in a U.S. feature film, The Trouble With Cali, premiered in 2012 at the Sedona International Film Festival.