Karen LeBlanc began her career with a breakout performance in the hit musical “Rent” and has continued to wow audiences with her multifaceted talent ever since. From feature films to television, live music to voice work, LeBlanc’s style and presence has shaped a career that has brought her exceptional projects and sent her travelling the world.
LeBlanc’s most recent television credits include lead roles in the new Amazon series “Jack Ryan,” “Frontier,” with Jason Momoa, “Insomnia,” “Killjoys” and “Mary Kills People.”
LeBlanc’s feature film credits include “Mobile Homes” and “Astronaut,” in which she starred alongside Academy Award winner Richard Dreyfuss.
In addition to LeBlanc’s prolific acting career, she has a solid reputation in the vocal world. From her time in Las Vegas and touring the world impersonating Tina Turner in the “Legends In Concert” series, to her current work as the voice of Air Canada (on aircraft and phone), she continues to sing live and has voiced a variety of work, including video games for Ubisoft as well as spots for professional football and Tylenol.
LeBlanc was born in Scarborough, Toronto and raised in a small town north of Toronto - Tottenham, Ontario. She attended Music Theatre College in Oakville, Ontario. Her birthday is May 1.