Quitterie Hervouet is a bilingual (English-French) writer-director/actor. She moved to Toronto from Paris at the end of 2015. Her career path started as an actor in France where she studied acting at The Drama school Le Cours Simon (France) and acted in multiple short films but she quickly realized that she loved storytelling. So, she studied screenwriting at George Brown and stand-up at Comedy Bar (Toronto).
Quitterie collaborated with Iris Gardet, on French Off The Boat, a digital series she co-produced, co-wrote, and starred in. Two episodes won Best International Director at Atlanta Comedy Film Festival. In 2019, she represented Ontario at La course des regions, a Québec competition. She wrote and directed Prendre son envol a short documentary that was broadcasted on TV in November 2020 and won multiple awards (Best debut film at New-York Tri-State Film Festival and selected to 10 film festivals). Last year, she was selected in the Netflix Banff Diversity Of Voices Initiatives where she pitched one of her TV show to a broadcaster. She recently co-wrote a game app for MADBOX and is currently rewriting factual episodes for a francophone TV show. She also got a grant from the Ontario Art Council in February 2021 and is now in preproduction of a new short film. Quitterie also leads a career as a Bilingual Script supervisor and screenplay reader.