“Fifteen years ago, I discovered yoga in a very natural way. As time went by, it took an increasingly important place in my very busy schedule and became a necessity.  Now, Yoga brings balance, mobility, and life to my body and mind.  Nothing less.”

The public discovered ÉDITH COCHRANE through her improvisation talents in the LNI, where she won the audience award and the Robert Gravel Trophy for the best scorer in 2003.  She continued to seduce us on the small screen in Unité 9, Les Bobo, Les Parent, Tranches de vie, Kaboum, Ni plus ni moi, Rumeurs, Prochaine sortie, Le Sketch show, Les Invincibles and many more performances that earned her three nominations for best actress at the Gémeaux.

In 2014, Édith Cochrane played Judith in Série Noire by authors François Létourneau and Jean-François Rivard as well as Karine, the boss in Complex G on TVA. We also appreciated her talents as a collaborator on the comedy show Brassard en direct d’aujourd’hui. On stage, she was part of the cast of Le dernier Don Juan, Les voisins and Appelez-moi Stéphane at the Jean Duceppe theatre company.  Furthermore, she won an Olivier for Director of the year for the play Les Duplicatas.  She also directed Emmanuel Bilodeau’s debut one-man show—the One Manu Show.

She has also appeared in several movies such as Le ring (Anaïs Barbeau-Lavalette), Le journal d’Aurélie Laflamme (Christian Laurence), Noémie (Frédérik d’Amour), and Dans une Galaxie près de chez vous II (Philippe Gagnon). In 2012, she held roles in two feature films: Pee Wee (Éric Tessier) and Hot Dog (Marc-André Lavoie). During the spring of 2015, she reprised her role of France Charbonneau in Aurélie Laflamme, les pieds sur terre (Nicolas Monette).  She also appears in the interactive web series Le Judas, 11 règles and Zieuter.tv. She also co-hosts Les Enfants de la Télé with André Robillard on Ici Radio-Canada.