Originally from Québec, Tamara Bousquet is a young multidisciplinary creator. Trained as an actress at Dell’arte International school of physical theatre in California, she practices and teaches fire juggling, as well as mask and puppet making and manipulation.
She has worked with internationally renowned companies: Cirque du Soleil in 2005, with whom she crossed Europe, North and South America in the role of Pez Erizo. She also manipulated giants puppets with Théâtre de la Dame-de-Coeur for the shooting of the movie Harmonie. In 2007, she began two years of training at the international theatre school Philippe Gaulier in Paris. With Jérôme Vingadassalom, she performed at the Burning Man Festival 2009, in the Neveda desert. Back in France, with other members of the company The Last Baguette, she performed in the latest film by the spanish director Joachim Lison. She is currently working in Canada and Germany with her company Les Deux de Pique.