Elyzabeth Walling is a performance graduate of the Lee Strasberg Institute in London. The versatile actress has brought her talents to the stage and the movies as well as to the small screen. Born of a French mother and an Irish father, her bilingualism has allowed Elyzabeth a career on multiple continents.
Even at the outset of her career, in the popular television series Au nom du Père et du Fils, she was hailed for how naturally she played the role of Roses-Lilas, breathing life into a character who moves from the late teens to the dawn of her forties. Quebec viewers were delighted to come across her again as a touching peasant in the sequel, Le Sorcier. She then broadened her palette, taking part in Mourir d'Amour under the direction osome co-productions: first one done with France, for Richard Ciupka, and then the made-for-TV film All Souls from American producer Aaron Spelling, where she was barely recognizable portraying a London prostitute. And she confidently assumed the character of the German-Jewish philosopher Hannah Arendt in the movie Varian's War, alongside William Hurt and Lynn Redgrave. After several other TV series she portrayed the sparkling Josée in Les Ex.
In the movies, Elyzabeth Walling has shared the screen with Murray Head in Le Grand Serpent du monde (The Great Snake of the World), and has subsequently worked with Jim Donovan (New Gold Dream) as well as many Oscar nominated directors like David Mamet (The Heist), among others. In Los Angeles, she was offered a leading role in Yana Gorskaya's film Stone. After returning to Québec she appeared in Philippe Falardeau's La moitié gauche du frigo (The Left-Hand Side of the Fridge) and then in the Kim Nguyen film Le Marais (The Marsh), with Grégory Hlady. With the latter she shared directing duties for the choreography of the opening event of Montreal's Théâtre de La Veillée, Kafka's Amerika. She also danced, played piano and sang in it.
Rock Amerika in New York and Paradox Pictures in Italy have called on Elyzabeth Walling's multiple talents in a number of music videos. For the past ten years, she has been a frequent collaborator of the Festival du nouveau cinema, where she organizes and hosts the highly original CinéOké presented at the cinema and new media complex Ex-Centris.
We saw her in the film Borderline (winner of 3 Jutras) and on TV in the drama series Virginie.  She was Chantal L'Amour for the comedy Meteo Plus on TFO.  On Radio-Canada, Elyzabeth interpreted Genevieve Marsolais for 5 of the 7 years of Providence, winner of the best tv drama award at the Gémeaux. As a cultural reporter she was part of the finest hours of Radio-Canada Première ( Y'a pas Deux Matins Pareils, and Grand Lac Café). On television she is the official voice of Disney Junior channel and now Télémagino. Elyzabeth is actively involved in the artistic community, among other things she is a member of CHOQ FM's administrative committee and collaborates with L'Alliance Française and Éléphant la Mémoire du Cinéma.