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Mylène was born and raised in Montreal, Quebec. The first time she ever set foot on a stage was at age 13 in a high school production of Shaw's Pygmalion. She survived, and fell in love with acting. She trained in Montreal with actor and mentor Gilles Plouffe and later in Vancouver with Nancy Sivak, Benjamin Ratner and Warren Robertson. First TV gig was a guest starring spot on CBC's Da Vinci's Inquest in 2003. Other television credits now include The Border, Smallville, Stargate Atlantis, Battlestar Galactica, Bullet in The Face and work in french (her native tongue) on Radio Canada's upcoming La Galère and Saison Deux.She was a series regular on CBC's DaVinci's City Hall as political aid Rita Mah and portrayed Doctor Olivia Fawcett for 3 seasons of CTV and Fox International Channels' supernatural drama The Listener. She's now hard at work in Montreal on CBC's upcoming new police drama Nineteen Two.She performed opposite Ashley Judd in Sandra Nettlebeck's haunting film 'Helen', worked with the hilarious Jayma Mays in the upcoming 'Smurfs 2' and is presently shooting in French on 'Lac Mystère', Bon Cop Bad Cop director Erik Canuel's next feature film.In July 2011, she was back on stage with friend, writer and fellow actor Noah Davis in Toronto. They performed his original script and play 'Point no Point', Chainsaw Theatre's inaugural stage production directed by David Tompa at The Tarragon Theatre.Mylène continues to train in Montreal with Gilles Plouffe and John Strasberg.