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|Birthplace:||Montréal, Quebec, Canada|
|Birthdate:||November 17, 1983|
|First Appearance:||"Conditions of Existence"|
|Latest Appearance:||"From Dancing Mice to Psychopaths"|
Évelyne Marie Léa Cassandre Brochu (born November 17, 1983) is a Canadian film, television, and theatre actress. Some of her most prominent roles include Chloé in Inch'Allah, Rose in Café de Flore, Sara in Tom at the Farm, and Stéphanie in Polytechnique. In 2013, she became known for playing Delphine Cormier, a French scientist and love interest of Cosima, one of the many characters portrayed by fellow Canadian Tatiana Maslany on the hit TV series Orphan Black.
Brochu grew up in Pointe-Claire and was speaking English at an early age. She says a key turning point in learning English was when she became an avid viewer of The Fresh Prince of Bel Air as a child. In 2005, Brochu graduated from Conservatoire d'art dramatique in Montréal, Canada.
- Cheech (2006)
- The Promise (2008–2012)
- Father Talk (2008)
- Polytechnique (2009)
- Admit (2009)
- Mirador (2010)
- Orphan Black (2013–2017)
- The Godmother (2014)