Patricia tulasne Bography – Patricia tulasne Wiki
Patricia tulasne is a Franch born Canadian actress. The Quebec actress is also active in dubbing. She is a well-known actress for The Walk (2015), Heartbeats (2010) and I Killed My Mother (2009). She attended the Conservatoire d’art dramatique de Montréal, in Montreal, Canada. Patricia graduated with the class of 1981. During the 2013 Montreal municipal elections, Patricia ran as an independent candidate for mayor. The Municipal Elections took place on November 3, 2013. Tulasne presented the plan of action that she was to adopt if elected as a Mayor. She funded her own campaign and delegated it with transparency. THINK, ACT, REINVENT MONTREAL was her slogan.
Patricia tulasne Age
She was born on January 16, 1959, in Boulogne-Billancourt, France.
Patricia tulasne Husband
Her husband is unclear. She was married until 1994 when she was sexually assaulted. Patricia says that she left her husband “without ever telling him she had been sexually assaulted.” She has been single since she was sexually assaulted.
Patricia tulasne Family
Her parents are unclear. Tulasne’s father was French-born in China while her mother was a Canadian born in Quebec. Tulasne’s parents met in New York, the United States where they were both working. Patricia grew up in Montreal, and at the age of 16, she became an actress in the 1980s. She is the cousin of actresses Charlotte and a Canadian actress from Quebec, Lucie Laurier.
Patricia tulasne Sexual Assault
Patricia has filed a $1.6-million lawsuit against the producer and former head of the Just for Laughs comedy festival, Gilbert Rozon. She has accused Gilbert Rozon to have “brutally raped” her in her house in Outremont in 1994. Gilbert Rozon is a Canadian impresario, he is responsible for the development and international deployment of the Just for Laughs/Juste pour Rire brand in over 150 countries.
She says that since she was sexually assaulted by Gilbert Rozon she, “lost interest in her career and had a lot of difficulty being productive and looking for roles, having lost all confidence in herself.” The Quebec actress is seeking a total of $1.6, $600,000 in compensatory damages, and $1,000,000 in punitive damages for the sexual assault she suffered after the rape.
Patricia tulasne Net Worth
Patricia tulasne’s has an estimated net worth of $2 Million.