From humble beginnings growing up on a Brome Lake dairy farm, Kenny Streule always aspired to be an actor. His career launched with his performance in 14 Diaries of the Great War right after graduating from Dawson College in May 2010. He is an active member of the bilingual Montreal performing arts community with a penchant to the comedic side of it all. He has had the pleasure to work with some of the city’s fantastic theatre companies like MainLine Theatre (Richard O’Brien’s the Rocky Horror Show), The Montreal Shakespeare Company (A Midsummer Night’s Dream) and Chocolate Moose Theatre Company (Conspiracy!). Kenny’s passion for creating has led him to establish his own theatre company which produced his inaugural written project, City Boy, based on the life of his cousin living in the country. Kenny has also worked on the production side of the St-Ambroise Montreal FRINGE Festival for the last 5 years as the associate director and as earned the title of the producer the 2020 edition. He has also contributed to Just for Laughs, Youth 4 Youth, Le Festival de Clown de Montréal, Brome Fair and many other organizations. Currently, he sits
on the Quebec Drama Federation Board. He is beyond excited for the badass team he has to produced his newest work Malunderstood, a piece about how his evil grandmother forced her way into his life.